Ian G Hill
Ian G Hill
Professor, Dalhousie University, Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science
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Organic thin-film transistor-driven polymer-dispersed liquid crystal displays on flexible polymeric substrates
CD Sheraw, L Zhou, JR Huang, DJ Gundlach, TN Jackson, MG Kane, ...
Applied physics letters 80 (6), 1088-1090, 2002
9192002
Charge-separation energy in films of π-conjugated organic molecules
IG Hill, A Kahn, ZG Soos, RA Pascal Jr
Chemical Physics Letters 327 (3-4), 181-188, 2000
8792000
Perovskite–fullerene hybrid materials suppress hysteresis in planar diodes
J Xu, A Buin, AH Ip, W Li, O Voznyy, R Comin, M Yuan, S Jeon, Z Ning, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
7342015
Molecular level alignment at organic semiconductor-metal interfaces
IG Hill, A Rajagopal, A Kahn, Y Hu
Applied Physics Letters 73 (5), 662-664, 1998
5861998
Air-stable n-type colloidal quantum dot solids
Z Ning, O Voznyy, J Pan, S Hoogland, V Adinolfi, J Xu, M Li, AR Kirmani, ...
Nature materials 13 (8), 822-828, 2014
4652014
Organic semiconductor interfaces: electronic structure and transport properties
IG Hill, D Milliron, J Schwartz, A Kahn
Applied Surface Science 166 (1-4), 354-362, 2000
3802000
Thin-Film Preparation and Characterization of Cs3Sb2I9: A Lead-Free Layered Perovskite Semiconductor
B Saparov, F Hong, JP Sun, HS Duan, W Meng, S Cameron, IG Hill, ...
Chemistry of Materials 27 (16), 5622-5632, 2015
3702015
Surface oxidation activates indium tin oxide for hole injection
DJ Milliron, IG Hill, C Shen, A Kahn, J Schwartz
Journal of Applied Physics 87 (1), 572-576, 2000
3702000
Recent advances of non-fullerene, small molecular acceptors for solution processed bulk heterojunction solar cells
FE Ala'a, JP Sun, IG Hill, GC Welch
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (5), 1201-1213, 2014
3442014
Improved organic thin-film transistor performance using novel self-assembled monolayers
M McDowell, IG Hill, JE McDermott, SL Bernasek, J Schwartz
Applied Physics Letters 88 (7), 073505, 2006
2602006
Plural layer woven electronic textile, article and method
IG Hill, S Trotz, GHN Riddle, DS Brookstein, M Govindaraj
US Patent 7,144,830, 2006
2162006
Metal-dependent charge transfer and chemical interaction at interfaces between 3, 4, 9, 10-perylenetetracarboxylic bisimidazole and gold, silver and magnesium
IG Hill, J Schwartz, A Kahn
Organic Electronics 1 (1), 5-13, 2000
1942000
Organic semiconductor heterointerfaces containing bathocuproine
IG Hill, A Kahn
Journal of Applied Physics 86 (8), 4515-4519, 1999
1941999
Energy level alignment at interfaces of organic semiconductor heterostructures
IG Hill, A Kahn
Journal of applied physics 84 (10), 5583-5586, 1998
1851998
Thin-Film Deposition and Characterization of a Sn-Deficient Perovskite Derivative Cs2SnI6
B Saparov, JP Sun, W Meng, Z Xiao, HS Duan, O Gunawan, D Shin, ...
Chemistry of Materials 28 (7), 2315-2322, 2016
1832016
Initial stages of metal/organic semiconductor interface formation
IG Hill, AJ Mäkinen, ZH Kafafi
Journal of Applied Physics 88 (2), 889-895, 2000
1622000
Occupied and unoccupied electronic levels in organic π-conjugated molecules: comparison between experiment and theory
IG Hill, A Kahn, J Cornil, DA Dos Santos, JL Brédas
Chemical Physics Letters 317 (3-5), 444-450, 2000
1612000
Combined photoemission/in vacuo transport study of the indium tin oxide/copper phthalocyanine/N, N′-diphenyl-N, N′-bis (l-naphthyl)-1, 1′ biphenyl-4, 4 ″diamine molecular …
IG Hill, A Kahn
Journal of Applied Physics 86 (4), 2116-2122, 1999
1601999
Key components to the recent performance increases of solution processed non-fullerene small molecule acceptors
SM McAfee, JM Topple, IG Hill, GC Welch
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 (32), 16393-16408, 2015
1542015
Synthesis, self-assembly, and solar cell performance of N-annulated perylene diimide non-fullerene acceptors
AD Hendsbee, JP Sun, WK Law, H Yan, IG Hill, DM Spasyuk, GC Welch
Chemistry of Materials 28 (19), 7098-7109, 2016
1502016
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