Organic Photonic Materials and Devices V

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  • Copyright: 2003-04-01
  • Publisher: Society of Photo Optical
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Table of Contents

Conference Committee
Optically addressable hybrid: photoconducting polymer-liquid crystal panelsp. 1
Beyond amorphous organic semiconductorsp. 12
A half-period surface relief grating formed by bicolor interferences in thin azopolymer filmsp. 25
Polarization holographic data storage using azobenzene polyester as storage materialp. 34
Organic light-emitting diode materialsp. 45
Photostabilizing effects of lidocaine and tris(8-hydroxy-quinoline) aluminum on organic fluorescent dyesp. 64
Angular dependence of the emission wavelength in microcavity organic light-emitting diodesp. 73
Nondoping red fluorophores for red organic light-emitting diodesp. 81
Holographic photopolymerization for fabrication of electrically switchable inorganic-organic hybrid photonic structuresp. 89
Enhancement in power conversion efficiency in phthalocyanine-based photovoltaic cellp. 98
Preparation of gold nanoparticle embedded graphilic carbon nanotubes and their field emission propertiesp. 110
Hyperstructured molecules for light harvestingp. 119
Preparation and nonlinear optical properties of phthalocyanine nanocrystalsp. 124
Electro-optic waveguide modulators by the integration of self-assembled superlattices with polymeric and semiconductor materialsp. 133
Ionic materials to improve charge injection in polymer electroluminescent devicesp. 144
Self-assembled materials for photonic devicesp. 152
Polymeric resonant structures in the reflection geometry for electro-optic modulation and sensingp. 158
Optical amplification properties of a cyanine-dye-doped DNA-lipid complex fiberp. 166
Optical power limiting properties of two-photon absorbing fluorene and dithienothiophene-based chromophoresp. 175
Reverse-saturable-absorption-based optical limiting properties of indium and gallium phthalocyanines and naphthalocyaninesp. 183
Optical limiting properties of carbon nanostructure and polymer dispersionsp. 194
Femtosecond two-photon absorptivities of a thiacyanine dye for optical limiting applicationsp. 204
Single crystal, liquid crystal, and hybrid organic semiconductorsp. 212
Photoconducting discotic liquid crystalsp. 222
Charge transport and charge generation in the bulk and at interfaces: discotic hole conductors versus amorphous hole conductorsp. 234
Electronic transport in self-organizing columnar phasesp. 242
Charge carrier mobility in highly ordered smectic and discotic mesophasesp. 253
Modeling of electronic charge transport in smectic liquid crystalsp. 274
Optical loss of photochromic polymer filmsp. 282
Luminescent polymer optical fibers: gain spectroscopy and lasingp. 293
Poled polymer thin film gratings studied by near-field second harmonic optical miscroscopy and far-field optical diffractionp. 305
Photoinduced spontaneous patterning of azopolymer films using light-controlled mass transportp. 313
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