Yang Yang Laboratory
Research Group for Organic Electronic Materials & Devices
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Recent papers:

Tuning Molecular Interactions for Highly Reproducible and Efficient Formamidinium Perovskite Solar Cells via Adduct Approach

Transparent Polymer Photovoltaics for Solar Energy Harvesting and Beyond

Achieving ordered and stable binary metal perovskite via strain engineering

Efficient Planar Perovskite Solar Cells with Improved Fill Factor via Interface Engineering with Graphene

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Welcome to Prof. Yang Yang's Laboratory.

Our Research

We are working on solution processable thin film electronic devices.

The devices we study include photovoltaic cells, digital memory units, light emitting diodes and thin film transistors. We are using various kinds of materials, including conjugate polymers, carbon based nanomaterials, as well as solution processable inorganic semiconductors, to pursue the highest performance based on a thin film made at extremely low cost.

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Our Lab

Our lab is located inside Engineering V, one of the newest buildings in the campus of University of California, Los Angeles.





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