I’m afraid this month I haven’t had time to create an interesting blog post. Instead, I finished at the University of Cambridge, packed up my life in London and moved to New York City to begin my Fulbright scholarship. It’s been quite the experience so far and I’m yet to do half the things on my To-Do list.
However, during my brief break from active research to move across the Atlantic, a fantastic review out of Prof. Thomas Anthopoulos‘ group, which I was invited to contribute to, was published in Advanced Materials.
The article joins Advanced Material’s Hall of Fame, a virtual issue containing invited-only review articles, showcasing the outstanding achievements of leading international researchers in the field of materials science. The review assesses progress over the last few decades in research on organic field effect transistors (OFETs) and addresses non-ideal characteristics which have become increasingly prevalent and have contaminated the literature surrounding the development of this exciting technology. I highly recommend the article to all who work with OFETs or charge transport in organic semiconductors.