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bestseller materials and energy – volume 7 the wspc reference on organic electronics organic semiconductors in 2 volumes volume 1 basic concepts edited by jean-luc bredas king abdullah university of science technology saudi arabia georgia institute of technology usa seth r marder georgia institute of technology usa  volume 2 fundamental aspects of materials and applications edited by seth r marder georgia institute of technology usa & jean-luc bredas king abdullah university of science technology saudi arabia georgia institute of technology usa this 2-volume set provides the reader with a basic understanding of the foundational concepts pertaining to the design synthesis and applications of conjugated organic materials used as organic semiconductors in areas including organic photovoltaic devices light-emitting diodes field-effect transistors spintronics actuation bioelectronics thermoelectrics and nonlinear optics w hile there are many

volume 1 basic concepts • an introduction to the electronic structure of π-conjugated molecules and polymers and to the concept of electronic bands jean-luc bredas [king abdullah university of science technology saudi arabia seth marder [georgia institute of technology usa and jeanmarie andré [university of namur belgium • • • • • • dft 101 and applications to π-conjugated systems  thomas körzdörfer [university of potsdam germany and jean-luc bredas [king abdullah university of science technology saudi arabia the molecular dynamics method – an introduction claudio zannoni [università di bologna italy photophysical properties of molecular aggregates “101” frank c spano [temple university usa and david beljonne [university of mons belgium • introduction to the theory of metal/organic interfaces georg heimel [humboldtuniversität zu berlin germany experimental characterization of interfaces of

volume 2 fundamental aspects of materials and applications • • • • • • conducting polymers redox states in conjugated systems james f ponder jr and john r reynolds [georgia institute of technology usa • ofets basic concepts and materials  wen-ya lee jianguo mei and zhenan bao [stanford university usa engineering applications of ofets in flexible and stretchable electronics martin kaltenbrunner and takao someya [the university of tokyo japan organic photovoltaics physical concepts behind device operation bernard kippelen [georgia institute of technology usa organic semiconductors manipulation and control of the microstructure of active layers neil d treat paul westacott and natalie stingelin [imperial college london uk organic light-emitting devices rasha hamze peter i djurovich and mark e thompson [university of southern california usa • • • polymer light-emitting diodes dan credgington and richard h friend [cambridge uk

about the editors jean-luc bredas received his b.sc 1976 and ph.d 1979 degrees from the university of namur belgium in 1988 he was appointed professor at the university of mons belgium where he established the laboratory for chemistry of novel materials while keeping an “extraordinary professorship” appointment in mons he joined the university of arizona in 1999 before moving in 2003 to the georgia institute of technology at georgia tech he is regents’ professor of chemistry and biochemistry and holds the vasser-woolley and georgia research alliance chair in molecular design between 2014 and 2016 he joined king abdullah university of science and technology kaust as a distinguished professor of materials science and engineering and the rawabi holding research chair in solar energy science and engineering in january 2017 he will resume his appointment at georgia tech jean-luc bredas is a member of the international academy of quantum molecular science the royal