With the Integration of Heterogeneous Components Department, the Lab of Technologies and Components for Visualisation (DIHS/LTCV) develops OLED devices. One of its main topics is aimed at producing hybrid OLEDs, hybrid standing for the mix of deposition techniques : wet and evaporation. Target applications come from micro displays to photodetectors via lighting.
For the development of hybrid OLEDs, DIHS/LTCV lab is looking for a Post_doc specialised in Organic Electronic to work in a fundamental research project. You will be in charge of stack development and of the characterisation method development for OLEDs devices.The optimisation of the cavity will be done based on the physical parameters of the different layers.
At the same time, IV, CV and photoluminescence analyses will be adapted in visible and IR range.
Finally, the layers interface study by impedance spectroscopy and Hall effect will be done.