Team Transparent Conductors

Team Transparent Conducting Oxides (TCO) is focused on using TCO materials as conductive inks to be used as a conductive material for use in electronic clothing.  To conduct our market research we are contacting industry leaders in the market, potential customers and designers of electronic clothing.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members

Susan Cooper is a graduate student in Jim Hutchison's lab. Her current research is focused on understanding the parameters that affect condensation reactions in the slow injection metal oxide synthesis previously developed in the Hutchison lab.
Brandon Crockett  is a graduate student in both Darren Johnson's and Jim Hutchison's labs. His current research is focused on the bottom up processing of inorganic oxide materials to be used in electronic applications.  His current focus is on metal-oxide nanoparticles and their use as functional inorganic materials as well as precursors for in situ thin film growth.
Brantly Fulton is a graduate student in both Darren Johnson's and Jim Hutchison's labs. His current research pertains to synthesizing new inorganic aluminum-based clusters.
Cory Perkins is a postdoc in Doug Keszler's research group. His research is mainly focused on the synthesis and characterization of aqueous precursors for solution processed inorganic thin films for use in electronic device applications.
Liangdong Zhu is a graduate student in Chong Fang's research group. His research focuses on implementing femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS) and other ultrafast spectroscopy methods to study ultrafast photochemical dynamics of solution-based metalorganic complex. This work will provide fundamental insights into the reaction mechanisms and give understanding of a series of important solution precursors to generate metal oxide thin films.

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