This laboratory is targeting the fast evolving fields of non (single) ctystalline semiconductors (Organics, Metal Oxides, Nano crystals, Perovskites) and our goal is to understand the materials' chemical-physics in the context of optoelectronic devices. These materials can be incorporated into low weight & flexible substrates and has already led to demonstrations of light weight and thin displays as well as solar cells. As the field is still at its relatively early age we aim to cover material properties as well as device properties and cross correlate the two. New device configurations and new fabrication methods are among our primary goals since they not only advance the technology but also allow better insight into the material properties that are relevant and affect device performance.
We study structure-property relation only in our case by structure we mean the device-structure and not the molecular structure.

To find out more of why this field is so exciting google organic electronics, oxide electronics, plastic electronics, printed electronics....

Which Technion courses do I need to take – go to "undergrad courses"

What kind of effort is needed for a successful research degree – go to "Research towards MSc or PhD"

Among the projects we are interested in you can find:

Disordered (not single crystal) optoelectronics

Organic Materials

Interfacing with other material systems/technologies

Organization of OMD Lab

The lab belongs to the electrical and compputer engineering department in the Technion and it consists of two parts:


The labs are located within the nanoelectronic center- Technion and it adds the ability to work in an inert atmosphere (solution processing and metal/dielectric deposition) within a glove-box..