Doctor Jinghai Li from the Molecular Materials for Electronic Devices (eMolMat) group at ICMAB-CSIC, defended his PhD thesis "Device Performance Optimisation and Photoresponse of Printed Organic Field-Effect Transistors" on Tuesday, 13 December 2022 in an online session.
The PhD thesis was supervised by Marta Mas-Torrent from the Molecular Materials for Electronic Devices (eMolMat) group at ICMAB-CSIC. The PhD Committee that evaluated the Thesis was formed by Rocío Ponce Ortiz, University of Málaga (President), Marta González, UAB (Secretary) and Egon Pavlica, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia (Vocal).
Doctor Jinghai Li's PhD thesis was part of the PhD Programme in Materials Science from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).
Jinghai Li during the online PhD Thesis presentation | ICMAB, CSIC
Initially, I was drawn to the current group because I am interested in studying organic semiconductors.
My research is about "flexible electronics", “electronic skin” and "flexible display''.
Sensors, electronic displays, solar cells, and many other applications are possible with organic semiconductors. Many of our phones have organic semiconductor screens, for instance.
No matter how limited the conditions are, there is always a way to fix the problem.
All people from our group.
The research skills I learned, and the attitude I developed towards life and research, will be helpful to me throughout my life.
Continue my research with a postdoc.
Take note of all the information about the experiment and the thinking behind it, and the new discovery is always in the details.
It appeals to me to try something new, and all of the researchers I met at ICMAB are very inspiring to me.
Marta Mas-Torrent and Raphael Pfattner. Their attitude towards scientific research is admirable, they can always figure out a solution.
Sí, de hecho espero que todo vaya bien en ICMAB. Bona Sort!
Congratulations, Doctor Jinghai Li!