Nanotechnology, Organic semiconductor, Transistor, Semiconductor and Field-effect transistor are his primary areas of study. His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Crystallization and Polymer. His Organic semiconductor study combines topics in areas such as Organic solar cell, Semiconductor device, Crystal growth and Nucleation.
His studies deal with areas such as PEDOT:PSS, Wetting, Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics and Conductive polymer as well as Transistor. His Semiconductor research incorporates themes from Electron mobility and Electronics. His study in Field-effect transistor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flexible electronics and Single crystal.
Alejandro L. Briseno mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Organic semiconductor, Optoelectronics, Crystallography and Polymer. Nanotechnology is closely attributed to Electronics in his work. Alejandro L. Briseno interconnects Electron mobility, Pentacene, Nucleation, Organic electronics and Organic solar cell in the investigation of issues within Organic semiconductor.
His studies in Optoelectronics integrate themes in fields like Layer and Transistor. He has included themes like Flexible electronics and Single crystal in his Transistor study. His study explores the link between Polymer and topics such as Polymer chemistry that cross with problems in Polythiophene and Thiophene.
Alejandro L. Briseno spends much of his time researching Crystallography, Rubrene, Crystal structure, Organic semiconductor and Crystal system. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Side chain, Polymer, Steric effects and Electron mobility. His Rubrene study incorporates themes from Photochemistry, Stacking, Semiconductor and Intermolecular force.
His research in Organic semiconductor intersects with topics in Chemical physics, Crystal growth, Thin film, Polymorphism and Crystal. Optoelectronics is often connected to Transistor in his work. Alejandro L. Briseno studied Transistor and Flexible electronics that intersect with Graphene.
Alejandro L. Briseno mainly focuses on Crystal, Rubrene, Nanopillar, Chemical physics and Chemiresistor. His Crystal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nanotechnology and Doping. The Rubrene study combines topics in areas such as Microelectromechanical systems, Semiconductor and Organic semiconductor.
His Semiconductor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organic electronics, Electron mobility and Raman spectroscopy. Alejandro L. Briseno has researched Organic semiconductor in several fields, including Deformation, Stacking and Intermolecular force. His Optoelectronics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Air gap, Transistor and Electrode.
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Patterning organic single-crystal transistor arrays.
Alejandro L. Briseno;Alejandro L. Briseno;Stefan C. B. Mannsfeld;Mang M. Ling;Shuhong Liu.
Oligo- and polythiophene/ZnO hybrid nanowire solar cells
Alejandro L. Briseno;Thomas W. Holcombe;Akram I. Boukai;Erik C. Garnett.
Nano Letters (2010)
Perylenediimide nanowires and their use in fabricating field-effect transistors and complementary inverters.
Alejandro L. Briseno;Stefan C. B. Mannsfeld;Colin Reese;Jessica M. Hancock.
Nano Letters (2007)
Controlled Deposition of Crystalline Organic Semiconductors for Field-Effect-Transistor Applications
Shuhong Liu;Wechung Maria Wang;Alejandro L. Briseno;Stefan C. B. Mannsfeld.
Advanced Materials (2009)
Introducing organic nanowire transistors
Alejandro L. Briseno;Stefan C.B. Mannsfeld;Samson A. Jenekhe;Zhenan Bao.
Materials Today (2008)
High‐Performance Organic Single‐Crystal Transistors on Flexible Substrates
Alejandro L. Briseno;Ricky J. Tseng;Mang-Mang Ling;Eduardo H. L. Falcao.
Advanced Materials (2006)
Fabrication of Field-Effect Transistors from Hexathiapentacene Single-Crystal Nanowires
Alejandro L. Briseno;Stefan C. B. Mannsfeld;Xianmao Lu;Yujie Xiong.
Nano Letters (2007)
Patterned growth of large oriented organic semiconductor single crystals on self-assembled monolayer templates.
Alejandro L. Briseno;Joanna Aizenberg;Yong-Jin. Han;Rebecca A. Penkala.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Understanding the Morphology of PTB7:PCBM Blends in Organic Photovoltaics
Feng Liu;Wei Zhao;John R. Tumbleston;Cheng Wang.
Advanced Energy Materials (2014)
TiO2/BiVO4 Nanowire Heterostructure Photoanodes Based on Type II Band Alignment
Joaquin Resasco;Hao Zhang;Nikolay Kornienko;Nigel Becknell.
ACS central science (2016)
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