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Photonics Research Center Photonics Research Center, Department of Chemistry, Seattle, WA 98195
1776-1938 Northeast Pacific Street Seattle Washington 98195 US
(206) 616-2988(206) 616-2988

The Photonics Research Center is a multi-user shared research facility (Bagley Hall, rooms 453 and 459) that houses state-of-the art equipment for the fabrication, materials characterization, and device testing associated with thin film optoelectronic devices. The primary goal of the center is to facilitate research and development of organic electronic and optoelectronic devices such as thin-film transistors, energy efficient light-emitting diodes, and solar cells. At the core of the facility are two inert atmosphere processing and thin-film deposition systems that allow for sample preparation and device testing without exposing samples to water and oxygen. This capability is essential to making high-performance, durable devices from organic semiconductors, but may be used by other users provided their processes are compatible with the processes of established users. An extensive array of equipment for the optical and electrical characterization of materials and thin film devices is also available for use in and out of the gloveboxes

Center Contact
Dr. Micha Glaz
Available to
Anyone
Resource Type
Service Providing Laboratory
Institution
University of Washington
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(206) 685-1229(206) 685-1229
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