ESR5 Mindaugas Gicevičius
Field effect transistors with ultrahigh mobilities
- Supervisor: prof. Henning Sirringhaus (University of Cambridge)
- Secondment 1: Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
- Secondment 2: Kyoto University
My work in UHMob
My work in UHMob will be focused on understanding the electron-phonon coupling of charge carriers in high mobility molecular semiconductors to low-frequency intermolecular vibrations. My work will include extracting reliable charge carrier mobility values of organic semiconductors in order to determine structure-properties relationship and to establish molecular design rules.
My doctoral studies began during very uncertain times. Therefore, I find it really important to keep my mind open to different possibilities and opportunities. However, I hope to remain dedicated to research.
Publications, posters and oral presentations
HIGH-PERFORMANCE HUMIDITY SENSING IN Π-CONJUGATED MOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES THROUGH THE ENGINEERING OF ELECTRON/PROTON TRANSPORT AND DEVICE INTERFACES
Authors : Nicholas Turetta, Marc-Antoine Stoeckel, Rafael Furlan de Oliveira, Félix Devaux, Alessandro Greco, Camila Cendra, Sara Gullace, Mindaugas Gicevičius, Basab Chattopadhyay, Jie Liu, Guillaume Schweicher, Henning Sirringhaus, Alberto Salleo, Mischa Bonn, Ellen H.G. Backus, Yves H. Geerts and Paolo Samorì
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Date of the publication : February 7, 2022
I come from Lithuania, where I graduated from Vilnius University with Master’s degrees in chemistry. In my free time I enjoy reading, hiking in nature or riding my bicycle.
Having participated in several international exchange and internship projects, I really appreciate being part of a project such as UHMob that brings people of different backgrounds together.