Non-line-of-sight (NLOS) imaging aims at recovering obscured objects from multiple scattered light. Our recent work provides a signal-object collaborative regularization (SOCR) framework for high-quality and noise-robust NLOS reconstructions.
Upon modifying cadmium-free InP quantum dot emitting layer by passivation with 1,4-butanediamine and zinc iodide, we successfully decrease electron mobility and enhances the hole transport in the InP QLED. As a result of optimizing the electrons and hole injection, it leads to green 545 nm InP QLED with a maximum quantum efficiency (EQE) of 16.3% and a current efficiency of 57.5 cd/A.
Researchers from the Chinese University of Hong Kong discovered a topology-correlated affinity transition in both 2D and 3D packing-derived networks. Based on this transition, they reveal the strategies to build multifunctional systems with adjustable elasticity.
Researchers from the University of Tokyo have developed two-dimensional hole gas in solution-processed organic semiconductors, where an apparent insulator-metal transition has been experimentally observed for the first time. These results have just been published in Nature Materials.
Graded BHJ organic solar cell with well-defined vertical phase separation has the potential to surpass the classical counterpart. Here, the authors reveal solvent selection strategies for optimising morphology of the structure, enabling efficient, eco-friendly, and scalable solar cells.
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