His primary areas of study are Optoelectronics, OLED, Optics, Substrate and Phosphorescence. His work in the fields of Dopant overlaps with other areas such as Permeation. His research integrates issues of Heterojunction and Doping in his study of OLED.
His work on Pixel and Brightness as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Stack and Display device, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The various areas that Paul E. Burrows examines in his Substrate study include Thin film and Electrical conductor. His Phosphorescence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Denticity, Ligand, Microsecond and Photochemistry.
Paul E. Burrows mainly investigates Optoelectronics, OLED, Electroluminescence, Layer and Optics. Paul E. Burrows works mostly in the field of Optoelectronics, limiting it down to topics relating to Substrate and, in certain cases, Thin film, as a part of the same area of interest. He has researched OLED in several fields, including Photochemistry, Dopant, Phosphorescence and Quantum efficiency.
His work deals with themes such as Ligand, Molecule, Fluorescence and Polymer chemistry, which intersect with Photochemistry. His research in Ligand intersects with topics in Microsecond, Metal and 2-Phenylpyridine. His work on Brightness, Pixel and Laser as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Stack, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in OLED, Photochemistry, Quantum efficiency, Optoelectronics and Electroluminescence. His studies deal with areas such as Phosphor, Dopant and Phosphorescence as well as OLED. He is interested in Phosphorescent organic light-emitting diode, which is a branch of Phosphorescence.
In the field of Photochemistry, his study on Carbazole overlaps with subjects such as Exciton. Paul E. Burrows studied Quantum efficiency and Diphenylphosphine oxide that intersect with Stacking, Dibenzofuran, Molecule and Organic semiconductor. Optoelectronics connects with themes related to Indium tin oxide in his study.
OLED, Diphenylphosphine oxide, Photochemistry, Quantum efficiency and Electroluminescence are his primary areas of study. His OLED study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecule, Photoluminescence and Phosphorescence. His Molecule study incorporates themes from Dibenzofuran and Stacking.
His work carried out in the field of Photoluminescence brings together such families of science as Fluorene and HOMO/LUMO. The concepts of his Phosphorescence study are interwoven with issues in Optoelectronics, Heterojunction and Dopant. Dopant is the subject of his research, which falls under Doping.
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Highly phosphorescent bis-cyclometalated iridium complexes: synthesis, photophysical characterization, and use in organic light emitting diodes.
Sergey Lamansky;Peter Djurovich;Drew Murphy;Feras Abdel-Razzaq.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
OLEDs doped with phosphorescent compounds
Mark E. Thompson;Yujian You;Andrei Shoustikov;Scott Sibley.
Transparent contacts for organic devices
Stephen R. Forrest;Mark E. Thompson;Paul E. Burrows;Vladimir Bulovic.
Vacuum deposited non polymeric flexible organic light emitting devices
Gong Gu;Paul Burrows;Stephen R. Forrest.
High efficiency organic light emitting devices with light directing structures
Vladimir Bulovic;Stephen R. Forrest;Paul Burrows;Dmitri Z. Garbuzov.
Displays having mesa pixel configuration
Stephen R. Forrest;Paul Burrows;Dmitri Z. Garbuzov.
Three-Color, Tunable, Organic Light-Emitting Devices
Zilan Shen;Paul E. Burrows;Paul E. Burrows;Vladimir Bulović;Vladimir Bulović;Stephen R. Forrest;Stephen R. Forrest.
Method for patterning organic thin film devices using a die
창순 김;버로우스,폴,이.;포레스트,스테판,알.;테오도레 조우.
Mechanisms of Vapor Permeation Through Multilayer Barrier Films: Lag Time Versus Equilibrium Permeation
Gordon L. Graff;Rick E. Williford;Paul E. Burrows.
Journal of Applied Physics (2004)
Organic light-emitting devices with extended operating lifetimes on plastic substrates
Michael Weaver;L Michalski;K Rajan;M A. Rothman.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
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