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Stelios Choulis

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Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science a
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Stelios Choulis

Biography

Stelios Choulis is Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering. Prior to his election to the Cyprus University of Technology, he was the head of Konarka Technologies' organic and hybrid photovoltaic (R & D) research and development (R & D) activities with Dr. CJ as Chief Technology Officer Brabec. He previously worked as OSRAM Opto-Semiconductor Inc. (OSRAM Opto-Semiconductor Inc) research member of the OSRAM Opto-Semiconductor Inc. research group in Silicon Valley, Calif., USA, who was the first commercially available (micron-based) semiconductor polymer based product. During his Ph.D. dissertation (Ph. D) at the University of Surrey (UK) and his first postdoctoral research post at the Advanced of Technology Institute (Surrey University, UK) funded by EPSRC (British Engineering and Physical Science Research Council) investigated the optical properties of quantum materials and photonics. In 2002, he joined the team of Professor DDC Bradley, FRS (Fellow of the Royal Society) and Professor J. Nelson at the Electronic Materials and Appliance Center at Imperial College (London, UK) as postdoctoral research associate funded by British Petroleum and worked in the field of opto-electronic properties of molecular materials and their devices. UK) funded by both the EPSRC (British Engineering and Physical Science Research Council) investigated the optical properties of quantum materials and photonics. In 2002, he joined the team of Professor DDC Bradley, FRS (Fellow of the Royal Society) and Professor J. Nelson at the Electronic Materials and Appliance Center at Imperial College (London, UK) as postdoctoral research associate funded by British Petroleum and worked in the field of opto-electronic properties of molecular materials and their devices. UK) funded by both the EPSRC (British Engineering and Physical Science Research Council) investigated the optical properties of quantum materials and photonics. In 2002, he joined the team of Professor DDC Bradley, FRS (Fellow of the Royal Society) and Professor J. Nelson at the Electronic Materials and Appliance Center at Imperial College (London, UK) as postdoctoral research associate funded by British Petroleum and worked in the field of opto-electronic properties of molecular materials and their devices.

Research Interest

His research work is based on the experimental physics and mechanics of molecular (organic) and nanostructured (inorganic) electronic materials and their opto-electronic applications.

Publications

  • "Kim, Y., Choulis, S.A., Nelson, J., Bradley, D.D.C., Cook, S., Durrant, J.R. Device annealing effect in organic solar cells with blends of regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene) and soluble fullerene, Applied Physics Letters, 86, 063502,(2005). "

  • "Claudia Hoth, Stelios A. Choulis, Pavel Schilinsky, Christoph Brabec. High Photovoltaic Performance of inkjet printed polymer:fullerene blends, Advanced Materials, 19, 3973, (2007) . "

  • " Benjamin C. Krummacher, Mathew K. Mathai, Franky So, Stelios A. Choulis and Vi-En Choong. LIGHT EXTRACTION FROM SOLUTION BASED PROCESSABLE ELECTROPHOSPHORESCENT ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES, IEEE Journal of Display Technology, Volume: 3, Issue: 2, page 200, (2007). "

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