Supramolecular Materials in Organic Electronics


Organic electronics is of great fundamental interest in materials science and is also recognized as one of the most promising and competitive markets for industry. This interdisciplinary course sits at the intersection of synthetic chemistry, supramolecular self-assembly, and materials science. It introduces the underlying theory and operating principles of modern optoelectronic devices. The main goal of the course is: a) the formation of knowledge about modern problems of molecular electronics and optoelectronic devices; b) training in the technology of obtaining molecular electronics devices based on supramolecular materials; c) training in the use of modern methods of physical and chemical research of supramolecular materials.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

1. Understand the relationship between the structure of organic materials and the physicochemical properties required for use as optoelectronic materials;

2. Apply theoretical approaches to design supramolecular structures;

3. Understand the principle of creation of modern optoelectronic devices;

4. Know modern technologies for creating molecular electronics devices;

5. Use physical chemistry methods to study the optical properties of supramolecular materials