|Speaker||Prof. Dongwook-kim (Kyonggi University)|
|Date||Thu. 2 May. 2019|
|Venue||#331, Asan Hall, College of Science|
Theoretical studies of organic molecules in OLEDs:
From chemical stability to the excited-state nature
Since their first invention, the performance of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) have tremendously been improved for last three decades. In such a long journey, theoretical and computational studies have provided fundamental insights into various optical/physical /chemical phenomena in the devices and suggested the design rules of new efficient organic semiconducting materials to improve the device performance. Among many such studies, for example, in the case of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) phenomenon, which enables a full harvest of triplet excitons with organic emitters, our recent theoretical studies have unveiled the true nature of the singlet and triplet energy difference,1-2 and the role of different excited-nature between such states in the intersystem crossing.3 In addition, the role of multiple donor or acceptor units in enhancing the intersystem crossing rate and fluorescence rate was recently addressed.4 We recently also investigated the chemical stabilities of organic semiconducting materials in a combination of electron donor and acceptor units, pertaining to the device lifetime.5-6 In this talk, I would like to briefly discuss the chemical stabilities and excited-state natures of organic semiconducting materials in OLEDs.
1. D. Kim, J. Phys. Chem. C 2015, 119, 12690.
2. K. Lee and D. Kim, J. Phys. Chem. C 2016, 120, 28330.
3. P.K. Samanta, D. Kim, V. Coropceanu and J.-L. Bredas, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 4042.
4. C. Ahn and D. Kim, submitted.
5. H. Li et. al. Chem. Mater. 2019, 31, 1507
6. D. Kim, submitted.
|Notice||Spring semester 2019 Seminar Schedule||-||-|
|66||[Wed. 28 Dec. 2016] Prof. James Y. Hamilton/Development of a Broad Range of Asymmetric C–C Bond Forming Reactions with a Versatile Iridium Catalyst||Prof. James Y. Hamilton||Wednesday 28 December 2016|
|65||[March 5. 2019] Prof. Michael J. Sailor/Treatment of S. aureus Bacterial Infections with Porous Silicon Nanoparticles||Prof. Michael J. Sailor (UC San Diego)||Tuesday. 5 March. 2019|
|64||[March 5. 2019] Innovation@Agilent||Dr. Darlene Solomon (Agilent Technologies Inc.)||Tuesday. 5 March. 2019|
|63||[October 10, 2017] Novel Terahertz Spectroscopies||Director Mischa Bonn||Tue, October 10, 2017|
|62||[Thu. 9 Jun. 2016] Prof. Yong-Young Noh/Development of Printed Large Area Organic Transistors and Integrated Circuits||Prof. Yong-Young Noh||Thursday 9 June 2016|
|61||[Thu. 8 Sep. 2016] Prof. Jaeyoung Sung/Stochastic chemical dynamics in living cells and its consequence for the control capacity of living cells over biological functions||Prof. Jaeyoung Sung||Thursday 8 September 2016|
|60||[Thu. 6 Oct. 2016] Prof. Young S. Park/Atomistic Molecular Engineering of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons||Prof. Young S. Park||Thursday 6 October 2016|
|59||[Thu. 3 Nov. 2016] Prof. Min-Sik Kim/Mass spectrometry and its applications to Biological Discovery||Prof. Min-Sik Kim||Thursday 3 November 2016|
|58||[Thu. 29 Sep. 2016] Prof. Tae-Young Yoon/Observation of Single Membrane Proteins under Mechanical Tension||Prof. Tae-Young Yoon||Thursday 29 September 2016|
|57||[Thu. 26 Jun. 2016] Prof. Sung June Cho/Structural Elucidation of Novel Zeolite by Dual Space Approaches Using X-ray Powder Diffraction||Prof. Sung June Cho||Thursday 26 May 2016|
|56||[Thu. 22 Sep. 2016] Prof. Anna Lee/Organocatalyzed Asymmetric Reactions||Prof. Anna Lee||Thursday 22 September 2016|
|55||[Thu. 20 Oct. 2016] Prof. Chan Hyuk Kim/Novel Small Molecule-based Approaches for Cancer Immunotherapy||Prof. Chan Hyuk Kim||Thursday 20 October 2016|
|54||[Thu. 2 Jun. 2016] Prof. Sunkyu Han/Total Syntheses of Complex Alkaloids Inspired by Biosynthetic Hypotheses||Prof. Sunkyu Han||Thursday 2 June 2016|
|53||[Thu. 19 May. 2016] Prof. Zhuang Liu/Nanotechnology for enhanced cancer radiation therapy and immunotherapy||Prof. Zhuang Liu||Thursday 19 May 2016|
|52||[Thu. 17 Nov. 2016] Prof. Seunghoon Shin/Synthetic Methods Development based on Rational Analysis of Intermediates||Prof. Seunghoon Shin||Thursday 17 November 2016|
|51||[Thu. 1 Dec. 2016] Prof. Sang-Yong Ju/Highly Pure Carbon Nanotubes sorted by a Flavin for Thin Film Transistor Applications||Prof. Sang-Yong Ju||Thursday 1 December 2016|
|50||[May 9. 2019] Chemistry in Molecular Vessels||Prof. Partha Sarathi Mukherjee||Thu. 9 May. 2019|
|49||[Thu. 9 Mar. 2017] Prof. Woon Ju Song/Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea||Prof. Woon Ju Song||Thu. 9 Mar. 2017|
|48||[Thu. 8 Jun. 2017] Prof. Won-jin Chung/Department of Chemistry, GIST, Gwangju, Republic of Korea||Prof. Won-jin Chung||Thu. 8 Jun. 2017|
|47||[Thu. 6 Dec. 2018] Prof. Dong-Ho Kim/Department of Chemistry, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea||Prof. Dong-Ho Kim (Yonsei University)||Thu. 6 Dec. 2018|
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