Mark W.B. Wilson
Mark W.B. Wilson
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto
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Ultrafast dynamics of exciton fission in polycrystalline pentacene
MWB Wilson, A Rao, J Clark, RSS Kumar, D Brida, G Cerullo, RH Friend
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (31), 11830-11833, 2011
A transferable model for singlet-fission kinetics
SR Yost, J Lee, MWB Wilson, T Wu, DP McMahon, RR Parkhurst, ...
Nature Chemistry 6 (6), 492-497, 2014
Next-generation in vivo optical imaging with short-wave infrared quantum dots
OT Bruns, TS Bischof, DK Harris, D Franke, Y Shi, L Riedemann, ...
Nature Biomedical Engineering 1, 0056, 2017
Solid-state infrared-to-visible upconversion sensitized by colloidal nanocrystals
M Wu, DN Congreve, MWB Wilson, J Jean, N Geva, M Welborn, ...
Nature Photonics 10 (1), 31-34, 2015
Exciton fission and charge generation via triplet excitons in pentacene/C60 bilayers
A Rao, MWB Wilson, JM Hodgkiss, S Albert-Seifried, H Bässler, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (36), 12698-12703, 2010
Real-time observation of multiexcitonic states in ultrafast singlet fission using coherent 2D electronic spectroscopy
AA Bakulin, SE Morgan, TB Kehoe, MWB Wilson, AW Chin, D Zigmantas, ...
Nature Chemistry 8 (1), 16-23, 2016
Methylammonium bismuth iodide as a lead‐free, stable hybrid organic‐inorganic solar absorber
R Hoye, RE Brandt, A Osherov, V Stevanovic, SD Stranks, MWB Wilson, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 22 (8), 2605-2610, 2016
Singlet exciton fission in polycrystalline pentacene: From photophysics toward devices
MWB Wilson, A Rao, B Ehrler, RH Friend
Accounts of Chemical Research 46 (6), 1330-1338, 2013
Energy harvesting of non-emissive triplet excitons in tetracene by emissive PbS nanocrystals
NJ Thompson, MWB Wilson, DN Congreve, PR Brown, JM Scherer, ...
Nature Materials, 2014
Singlet exciton fission-sensitized infrared quantum dot solar cells
B Ehrler, MWB Wilson, A Rao, RH Friend, NC Greenham
Nano Letters 12 (2), 1053-1057, 2012
Searching for “defect-tolerant” photovoltaic materials: Combined theoretical and experimental screening
RE Brandt, JR Poindexter, P Gorai, RC Kurchin, RLZ Hoye, MWB Wilson, ...
Chemistry of Materials 29 (11), 4667-4674, 2017
Temperature-Independent Singlet Exciton Fission in Tetracene
MWB Wilson, A Rao, K Johnson, S Gélinas, R di Pietro, J Clark, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (44), 16680-16688, 2013
In situ measurement of exciton energy in hybrid singlet-fission solar cells
B Ehrler, BJ Walker, ML Böhm, MWB Wilson, Y Vaynzof, RH Friend, ...
Nature Communications 3, 1019, 2012
Investigation of Bismuth Triiodide (BiI3) for Photovoltaic Applications
RE Brandt, RC Kurchin, RLZ Hoye, JR Poindexter, MWB Wilson, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6 (21), 4297-4302, 2015
Continuous injection synthesis of indium arsenide quantum dots emissive in the short-wavelength infrared
D Franke, DK Harris, O Chen, OT Bruns, JA Carr, MWB Wilson, ...
Nature Communications 7, 12749, 2016
Photophysics of pentacene thin films: The role of exciton fission and heating effects
A Rao, MWB Wilson, S Albert-Seifried, R Di Pietro, RH Friend
Physical Review B 84 (19), 195411, 2011
Speed Limit for Triplet-Exciton Transfer in Solid-State PbS Nanocrystal-Sensitized Photon Upconversion
L Nienhaus, M Wu, N Geva, JJ , Shepherd, MWB Wilson, V Bulović, ...
ACS Nano, 2017
Efficient ZnO nanowire solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells using organic dyes and core−shell nanostructures
NOV Plank, I Howard, A Rao, MWB Wilson, C Ducati, RS Mane, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (43), 18515-18522, 2009
Deconstructing the photon stream from single nanocrystals: from binning to correlation
J Cui, AP Beyler, TS Bischof, MWB Wilson, MG Bawendi
Chemical Society Reviews, 2013
Saturation of the photoluminescence at few-exciton levels in a single-walled carbon nanotube under ultrafast excitation
YF Xiao, TQ Nhan, MWB Wilson, JM Fraser
Physical Review Letters 104 (1), 017401, 2010
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