Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – April 2016

by | Apr 14, 2016

The month’s top articles from the field of nanooptics, optoelectronics, optical devices, detectors & sensors, micro/nano resonators and more.

Advanced Optical Materials brings you the newest breakthrough discoveries in optics and photonics. The journal covers topics like nanooptics, optoelectronics, photonic crystals, nonlinear optics, optical devices, detectors & sensors, micro/nano resonators, optical waveguides and more. Make sure to recommend the journal for online access to your librarian. All information can be found here.

Check out some of the most downloaded papers of the last month:

Five selected papers: 

Advances in Full Control of Electromagnetic Waves with Metasurfaces
by Lei Zhang, Shengtao Mei, Kun Huang and Cheng-Wei Qiu

Reversible Laser Induced Amplified Spontaneous Emission from Coexisting Tetragonal and Orthorhombic Phases in Hybrid Lead Halide Perovskites
by Fabian Panzer, Sebastian Baderschneider, Tanaji P. Gujar, Thomas Unger, Sergey Bagnich, Marius Jakoby, Heinz Bässler, Sven Hüttner, Jürgen Köhler, Ralf Moos, Mukundan Thelakkat, Richard Hildner and Anna Köhler

Molecular Engineering of High Efficiency and Long Lifetime Blue Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescent Emitters for Vacuum and Solution Processed Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
by Yong Joo Cho, Sang Kyu Jeon and Jun Yeob Lee

Empirical Comparison of Random and Periodic Surface Light-Trapping Structures for Ultrathin Silicon Photovoltaics
by Matthew S. Branham, Wei-Chun Hsu, Selcuk Yerci, James Loomis, Svetlana V. Boriskina, Brittany R. Hoard, Sang Eon Han, Abasifreke Ebong and Gang Chen

Rational Design of TADF Polymers Using a Donor–Acceptor Monomer with Enhanced TADF Efficiency Induced by the Energy Alignment of Charge Transfer and Local Triplet Excited States
by Roberto S. Nobuyasu, Zhongjie Ren, Gareth C. Griffiths, Andrei S. Batsanov, Przemyslaw Data, Shouke Yan, Andrew P. Monkman, Martin R. Bryce and Fernando B. Dias


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