LMI Seminar: Carbon Nanotubes with Luminescent Defects for Single-Photon Emission and Strong Light-Matter Coupling

Prof. Dr. Jana Zaumseil - Institute for Physical Chemistry & Centre for Advanced Materials, Universität Heidelberg

02 December 2020, 13:00 
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81634122426?pwd=eW0wbldGRFRlbkhvb0xYNlc1VkJyUT09 
LMI Seminar

Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81634122426?pwd=eW0wbldGRFRlbkhvb0xYNlc1VkJyUT09



Polymer-wrapping has enabled the sorting and purification of large amounts of semiconducting and monochiral single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) that can be applied in a wide range of optoelectronic devices. Their near-infrared emission properties can be tuned either by intentional doping and non-covalent functionalization [1], or by the controlled introduction of luminescent sp3-defects [2]. Furthermore, photoluminescence and electroluminescence spectra can provide information about charge transport in operating devices based on nanotube networks with and without defects [3]. Here, I will give an introduction and overview of recent progress on targeted and controlled functionalization of polymer-wrapped semiconducting SWNTs and the resulting photophysics with regard to strong light-matter coupling [4], single- photon emission and electroluminescence.







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