Welcome! Research in the Leger lab
focuses on several themes:
Devices for conversion of solar energy
Current research students and projects
Jordan Marsh and Anthony Nault: Development of high index dielectric plasmon-polariton waveguides for integration with luminescent solar concentrators (Funded though the National Science Foundation: SOLAR Program)
Anton Ilkevich, Paul Cochran, and Tyko Shoji: Hybrid organic-inorganic optoelectronic devices based on polymer blends with quantum dots (Funded through the National Science Foundation: Faculty Development Award)
Tyko Shoji: ToF SIMS imaging of ion profiles in electrochemical light-emitting devices (Funded through the National Science Foundation: CAREER Award)
Nick Regis: Hybrid photovoltaic devices based on electrodeposited CdSe thin films (Funded by the Murdock Charitable Trust)
Paul Cochran: Biocompatible artificial muscles (Funded by the Murdock Charitable Trust)
Brock Ricker: Charge transport and directional light emission in oriented organic semiconductor films (Funded through the National Science Foundation: DMR)
David Nichols: Photovoltaic devices utilizing electrochemically doped organic semiconductors (Funded through the National Science Foundation: CAREER Award)
Undergraduate research students are involved in all aspects of research, from lab work to publication. Interested students with majors in Chemistry or Physics should contact Janelle Leger (email@example.com) to discuss current research opportunities.
Page last updated 7.18.12
Tyko spending the summer at EMSL doing ToF SIMS
Janelle gives invited talk at Surface Science 2012
Sam's paper on ion profiling using ToF SIMS appears in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
Janelle becomes a RCSA Scialog fellow
Sam gets accepted to the U of O Master's Industrial Internship Program!
NSF CAREER Awarded!
Amanda's paper on QD-LECs appears in Nano Letters