Organic and Flexible Electronics Laboratory

With a focus on organic semiconductor materials and devices relevant to large-area and flexible electronics, we investigate the relationship between structure, processing, device structure, and device performance.

Current research areas:

Organic Solar Cell: Assessment of novel donor-acceptor materials for improved stability and efficiency.

Metal Halide Perovskite Devices: Analysis of alternate hole & electron transporting materials and interface engineering for higher stability and efficiency.

Fundamental studies on charge transport in organic semiconductor materials and devices.

List of Equipment:

  1. Four port Glovebox (GS, Germany purifier attached to Make in India Glove Box) with attached thermal evaporator (HHV) for device fabrication: Organic solar Cells, OFETs, and Perovskite solar cells
  2. J-V Characterization setup for Solar cells using Sciencetech solar simulator (AM1.5G, Class A.A.A.) and Keithley 2450/2436B S.M.U.
  3. Analytical balance (Mettler Toledo make)
  4. Spin coater (Apex Instruments, up to 12K R.P.M. and INSTRAS, US, up to 10K R.P.M.)
  5. U.V. Ozone cleaner (BioBee Tech, Bangalore)
  6. Desiccator / Dry Cabinet
  7. Muffle Furnace (Nabertherm, Germany Make)
  8. Vacuum Oven
  9. U.V. Cabinet
  10. Ultra Sonicator
  11. Fume Hood
  12. Laminar Hood
  13. Hot Plate
  14. Temperature and Humidity meter (Fluke)

Team Members:

  • Dr. Upendra Kumar Pandey (Principal Investigator)
  • Kajal Yadav (Ph.D. Student)
  • Ankita (Ph.D. Student)
  • Tarun (Ph.D. Student)
  • Konduru Sandilya (OUR Student)




Contact Person

Dr. Upendra Pandey