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Welcome to Tho Nguyen Group

The Nguyen Group focuses on Spintronics in π-conjugated organic semiconductor. We fabricate various organic spintronics devices such as organic spin valves, organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic solar cells, spin-OLEDs and perform optical and magneto-electrical characterization of those devices. We optimize the device performance by investigating carrier-spin related interaction such as hyperfine interaction and spin-orbit interaction in the organic semiconductor. Using various optical experiments we can characterize the π-conjugated semiconductor thin films and devices such as photocurrent, photo- and electro-luminescence, photo- and charge-induced absorption.

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                                          Latest News

January 2017: Congratulations to Ram, Rugang and Hoang! Their paper "Large Magnetoelectric Effect in Organic Ferroelectric Copolymer-based Multiferroic Tunnel Junctions" has been been published in Applied Physics Letter.

January 2017: Welcome the new graduate student Pham Thien Minh to join our group!

September 2016: Congratulations to Rugang and Hoang! Their review paper "A review on organic spintronic materials and devices: II. Magnetoresistance in organic spin valves and spin organic light emitting diodes" has been published in Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices. 

June 2016: Congratulations to Rugang and Hoang! Their review paper "A review on organic spintronic materials and devices: I. Magnetic field effect on organic light emitting diode" has been published in Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices. 

August 2016: Welcome the new graduate student Hoang Luong to join our group!

May 2016: Congratulations to Rugang! He received the Disertation Completion Award from The UGA Graduate School.

February 2016: Congratulations to Rugang! His paper "Engineering of spin injection and spin transport in organic spin valves using π-conjugated polymer brushes" has been published in Advanced Functional Materials.