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Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and DeviceS GROUP

At the Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and Devices lab we conduct research going from the design and preparation of new materials to the fabrication and optimization of devices for lighting, photovoltaic, and diagnosis applications. This is rounded by our expertise in electrochemical, spectroscopic, and theoretical characterization techniques. Our final goal is to progress the technologies above fulfilling the “green photonics” concept. In particular, our current research encompasses three lines: i) hybrid organic-inorganic materials, ii) 3rd generation of electroactive materials, and iii) bio-hybrid optoelectronics. 

Publications

The team

Rubén D. Costa

Rubén D. Costa

Group Leader

Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

Juan Pedro Fernández

Juan Pedro Fernández

Senior postdoctoral researcher

Multifunctional Nanocomposites

Julio Fernández

Julio Fernández

Postdoctoral researcher

New Materials for electroluminescent lighting devices

Gilbert Mahoro

Gilbert Mahoro

PhD Student

New electroactive materials for thin-film lighting devices

Alba Martínez

Alba Martínez

PhD Student

Nanostructured electrodes for photoelectrochemical cells

Yanyan Duan

Yanyan Duan

PhD Student

Intrinsic white emitting materials for lighting

Elisa Fresta

Elisa Fresta

PhD Student

Thin-film lighting technologies

Verónica Fernández-Luna

Verónica Fernández-Luna

PhD Student

Bio-inspired light-emitting diodes

Anna Espasa

Anna Espasa

PhD Student

All bio-coatings for light-emitting diodes

Isabel Gómez

Isabel Gómez

Master Student

Sara Ferrara

Sara Ferrara

Master Student

Photovoltaic technologies and the synthesis and application of new organic dyes in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

Luca Maria Cavinato

Luca Maria Cavinato

Master Student

Small molecules in light-emitting electrochemical cells

Highlighted Projects

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Techonology offer

Protein-Polymer materials for energy- and medical-related applications

Family of flexible and rigid polymer coatings, in which fluorescent proteins (FPs) and enzymes are easily introduced. The bio-functionality is preserved over years under ambient conditions and several months under device/reactor operation conditions.

Opportunity: Technology license