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This free webinar, held in conjunction with the Materials Research Society (MRS), provides an overview of AFM applications for emerging photovoltaics including hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites and organic semiconductors.
• Discover the latest AFM techniques to accurately map local photocurrent, work function, and other electrical response in photoactive materials and charge transport layers
• See real-world results from leading researchers in the field on a variety of photovoltaic systems using standard and advanced AFM techniques
• Learn how AFM has become simpler with turnkey instrumentation for better AFM optical experiments
Dr. Rajiv Giridharagopal, Ginger Lab, University of Washington–Seattle
Rajiv Giridharagopal has been a Senior Research Scientist in Prof. David Ginger’s laboratory at the University of Washington–Seattle since 2015, with a research focus on SPM development for photovoltaic, bioelectronic, and related materials. He previously worked at the Intel Corporation in optical microscopy development. He earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Rice University and holds two patents.
Dr. F. Ted Limpoco, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research
Ted Limpoco is an Applications Scientist at Oxford Instruments. He has over 10 years of AFM experience in nanoelectrical, nanomechanical, and nanotribology techniques. He was previously a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Florida.
Academic and industrial researchers including:
• Materials scientists, chemists, physicists, and electrical and chemical engineers involved in photovoltaic R&D
• Scientists and engineers using microscopy, especially atomic force and scanning probe microscopy
• Managers and instructors of multi-user characterization, microscopy, or nanotechnology centers