报告人：Prof. Mats Fahlman
Division of Surface Physics and Chemistry
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Link?ping University, SE-58183, Link?ping, Sweden
题目: Energy level alignment in multilayer stacks featuring metal-organic and organic-organic interfaces
地点：909号楼一楼B会议室(Conference Room B, 909-1F)
All organic-based electronic devices are made by deposition of successive layers (metal, oxide, insulating or semiconducting layers), and many key electronic processes (such as charge injection from metallic electrodes, charge recombination into light or light conversion into charges, etc.) occur at interfaces. In fact, as charges are localized on (parts of) molecules in most films, even charge transport through a film can be seen as a sequence of charge injection events at organic-organic junctions. Organic electronic device performance thus is strongly linked to the energy level alignment at the various interfaces contained within, and it is of great importance to understand and predict energy level alignment at both metal-organic and organic-organic interfaces. Here we will in some detail discuss how photoelectron spectroscopy combined with interface modeling can shed light on the energy level alignment across multi-layer stacks featuring metal-organic and organic-organic interfaces [1-4]. We will further use a set of donor molecules with intrinsic molecular dipole moment to show how molecular order effect energy level alignment at organic-metal and organic-organic interfaces [5-7].
 M. Fahlman, A. Crispin, X. Crispin, S.K.M. Henze, M.P. de Jong, W. Osikowicz, C. Tengstedt and W.R. Salaneck, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19 (2007) 183202.
 S. Braun, W.R. Salaneck and M. Fahlman, Adv. Mater., 21 (2009) 1450.
 G. Brocks, D. Cakir, M. Bokdam, M.P. de Jong, M. Fahlman, Org. Electron. 13 (2012) 1793.
 Mats Fahlman, Parisa Sehati, Wojciech Osikowicz, Slawomir Braun, Michel P. de Jong, Geert Brocks, J. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom, 190 (2013) 33
 Linda Lindell, Deniz ?ak?r, Geert Brocks, Mats Fahlman and Slawomir Braun, Applied Physics Letters 102 (2013) 223301
 D. ?akir, M. Bokdam, M.P. de Jong, M. Fahlman, G. Brocks, Appl. Phys. Lett., 100 (2012) 203302
 S. Braun, et al, submitted.
l Professor in Surface Physics and Chemistry at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM), Link?ping University, 2008 – present.
l Director of the Division of Surface Physics and Chemistry at IFM, Link?ping University, 2008 – present.
l Node leader in SUNFLOWER (EU FP7), 2011-2015
l Node leader in HINTS (EU FP7), 2011-2014.
l Node leader in MOLESOL (EU FP7), 2010-2013.
l Node leader in MINOTOR (EU FP7), 2009-2012.
l Node leader in ONE-P (EU FP7), 2009-2011.
l Director of the division of Physics and Electronics, Department of Science and Technology, Campus Norrk?ping, Link?ping University, 2001- 2005. 2006 (Dec.) – 2007 (July).
l Node leader in OFSPIN (EU FP6), 2007 – 2009.
l Deputy director of the Electronics Engineering, Physics and Mathematical programs at LiU, 2007 – 2008.
l Director of the Master of Engineering Programs at the Norrk?ping Campus, Link?ping University, 2003-2006.
l Node leader in LAMINATE, an EU-RTN project, 2003-2005.
l Node leader in COE, an SSF-sponsored consortium, 2003-2008.
l Coordinator of Education in Physics and Electronics at Campus Norrk?ping, Link?ping University, 2001-2002.
l Coordinator of Industrial Research in the Center for Advanced Molecular Materials (CAMM: SSF-financed materials consortium including groups from KTH, Link?ping University, Lund University and Uppsala University), 2000 – 2008.
l Co-winner of the EU Descartes prize awarded in 2003 for the research and development of Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes for displays.
l G?ran Gustafsson prize in Physics in 2013.
Commissions of trusts
l Chairman of the FASM (the association for Synchrotron Radiation Users at MAX-lab) board, 2004-2006.
l Member of the Board of Directors, National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory MAX-Lab, Lund, Sweden, 2001 – 2010
Career publications (Journals+proceedings+books, ISI Web of Knowledge, as of 2013-11-12):
l 135 items
l h-index: 35
l average citation: 32.1
l Total citations: 4338
l Total citations without self-citations: 4016
l Crown index (Field normalized citations) 2007-2011: 2.46