Publications

Recent publications

Acetylammonium chloride as an additive for crystallization control and defect passivation in MAPbI3 based perovskite solar cellsAkhil Alexander, Varun Srivastava, Poovannan Ravichandran, KP Vijith, B Anitha, Alvin Joseph, Manoj AG Namboothiry; Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 55 265501, 2022

Solution-Processed Self-Powered Panchromatic Organic Photodiode and Its Application in Biomedical DevicesAlvin Joseph, Anitha B Pillai, Vijith K Pulikodan, Akhil Alexander, Raees Muhammed, Manoj AG Namboothiry, , ACS Appl. Electron. Mater. 2022, 4, 4, 1567-1575

Flexible thin-film photodetectors based on solution-processed molybdenum disulphide nanosheets;  Vijith K Pulikodan, Raees Muhammed, Alvin Joseph, Akhil Alexander, B Anitha, Manoj AG Namboothiry; Journal of Materials Research 37, 6, 1246-1255

Charge carrier dynamics and photovoltaic properties of near-infrared absorbing squaraine incorporated solution-processed additive-free PTB7: PCBM based ternary solar cells; B Anitha, A Joseph, A Alexander, KP Vijith, S Varun, MAG Namboothiry; Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 55 (12), 125301

List of publications

  1. Alvin Joseph, Anitha B Pillai, Vijith K Pulikodan, Akhil Alexander, Raees Muhammed, Manoj AG Namboothiry, Solution-Processed Self-Powered Panchromatic Organic Photodiode and Its Application in Biomedical Devices, ACS Appl. Electron. Mater. 2022, 4, 4, 1567-1575
  2. Akhil Alexander, Varun Srivastava, Poovannan Ravichandran, KP Vijith, B Anitha, Alvin Joseph, Manoj AG Namboothiry, Acetylammonium chloride as an additive for crystallization control and defect passivation in MAPbI3 based perovskite solar cells  Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 55 265501, 2022
  3. V Srivastava, A Alexander, B Anitha, MAG Namboothiry, Impedance spectroscopy study of defect/ion mediated electric field and its effect on the photovoltaic performance of perovskite solar cells based on different active layers
    Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 237, 111548
  4. Vijith K Pulikodan, Raees Muhammed, Alvin Joseph, Akhil Alexander, B Anitha, Manoj AG Namboothiry, Flexible thin-film photodetectors based on solution-processed molybdenum disulphide nanosheets
    Journal of Materials Research, 1-10
  5. R Raveendran, MAG Namboothiry Bias Stress Stability and Hysteresis in Elastomeric Dielectric Based Solution Processed OFETs
    Materials Research Bulletin 146, 111596
  6. B Anitha, A Joseph, A Alexander, KP Vijith, S Varun, MAG Namboothiry Charge carrier dynamics and photovoltaic properties of near-infrared absorbing squaraine incorporated solution-processed additive-free PTB7: PCBM based ternary solar cells
    Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 55 (12), 125301
  7. B Anitha, KP Vijith, A Alexander, V Srivastava, MAG Namboothiry Understanding the poor fill factor of solution-processed squaraine based solar cells in terms of charge carrier dynamics probed via impedance and transient spectroscopy
    Journal of Materials Chemistry C 8 (42), 14748-14756
  8. Pulikodan, V.K., et al., Photoresponse of Solution-Processed Molybdenum Disulfide Nanosheet-Based Photodetectors. ACS Applied Nano Materials, 2020. 3(10): p. 10057-10066.
  9. Raveendran, R., M. Nagaraj, and M.A.G. Namboothiry, High-Performance, Transparent Solution-Processed Organic Field-Effect Transistor with Low-k Elastomeric Gate Dielectric and Liquid Crystalline Semiconductor: Promises and Challenges. ACS Applied Electronic Materials, 2020. 2(10): p. 3336-3345.
  10. Somashekharappa, G.M., et al., Unsymmetrical Squaraine Dye-Based Organic Photodetector Exhibiting Enhanced Near-Infrared Sensitivity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2020. 124(39): p. 21730-21739.
  11. Jose, E., et al., Room temperature deposition of high figure of merit p-type transparent conducting Cu–Zn–S thin films and their application in organic solar cells as an efficient hole transport layer. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2020. 829: p. 154507.
  12. Mohan, M., R. Sekar, and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Understanding the effects of shape, material and location of incorporation of metal nanoparticles on the performance of plasmonic organic solar cells. RSC Advances, 2020. 10(44): p. 26126-26132.
  13. Anitha, B., A. Alexander, and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Photovoltaic performance of solution-processed ternary solar cells based on PTB7: PCBM and squaraine dye. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2019. 2162(1): p. 020121.
  14. Vijith, K.P. and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Effect of oxygen incorporation in the photoconductivity of two-dimensional MoS2. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2019. 2162(1): p. 020119.
  15. Srivastava, V., et al., Study on the defect density of states in light soaking effect enhanced performance of perovskite solar cells. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2019. 52(26): p. 265302.
  16. Srivastava, V., et al., A comparative study of defect density of states for single, mixed and bulk heterojunction perovskite solar cells. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2019. 2082(1): p. 050013.
  17. Raveendran, R. and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Influence of gate dielectrics, channel length and atmospheric conditions on the performance of organic field effect transistors. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2019. 2082(1): p. 070005.
  18. Ghosh, S., et al., Charge Carrier Polarity Modulation in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Low Band Gap Semiconductors by Terminal Functionalization. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2019. 11(1): p. 1088-1095.
  19. Raveendran, R. and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Surface-Treated Poly(dimethylsiloxane) as a Gate Dielectric in Solution-Processed Organic Field-Effect Transistors. ACS Omega, 2018. 3(9): p. 11278-11285.
  20. Mohan, M. and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Effect of cathode interface thickness on the photovoltaic parameters of bulk heterojunction organic solar cells. Materials Research Express, 2018. 5(11): p. 116203.
  21. Mohan, M., S. Ramkumar, and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Plasmon enhanced power conversion efficiency in inverted bulk heterojunction organic solar cell. SPIE Organic Photonics + Electronics. Vol. 10363. 2017: SPIE.
  22. Mohan, M., et al., Efficient Organic Photovoltaics with Improved Charge Extraction and High Short-Circuit Current. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2017. 121(10): p. 5523-5530.
  23. Ganga, B.G., et al., Photovoltaic properties of low temperature solution processed earth abundant CuO nanocrystal-based hybrid solar cells. physica status solidi (a), 2017. 214(1): p. 1600671.
  24. Pradeep, C., et al., Performance of polymer/CdS organic-inorganic hybrid LEDs. Optoelectronics Letters, 2016. 12(2): p. 110-114.
  25. Krishnan, B.P., et al., Semiconducting Fabrics by In Situ Topochemical Synthesis of Polydiacetylene: A New Dimension to the Use of Organogels. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2016. 55(7): p. 2345-2349.
  26. Varma, P.C.R. and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Squaraine based solution processed inverted bulk heterojunction solar cells processed in air. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016. 18(5): p. 3438-3443.
  27. Pradeep, C., et al., Study on cadmium sulphide nanoparticles on blue and green light emitting polymers. SPIE Organic Photonics + Electronics. Vol. 9566. 2015: SPIE.
  28. Pradeep, C., et al., Enhanced brightness from all solution processable biopolymer LED. SPIE Nanoscience + Engineering. Vol. 9557. 2015: SPIE.
  29. Aneesh, P.M., et al., Enhancement in Photovoltaic Properties of Plasmonic Nanostructures Incorporated Organic Solar Cells Processed in Air Using P3HT:PCBM as a Model Active Layer. Organic Photonics and Photovoltaics, 2015(1).
  30. Chandran, P., et al. Effect of gold nanoparticles doped PEDOT:PSS in polymer light emitting diodes. in 12th International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics. 2014. Kharagpur: Optical Society of America.
  31. Agarwal, S., et al., On the Uniqueness of Ideality Factor and Voltage Exponent of Perovskite-Based Solar Cells. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2014. 5(23): p. 4115-4121.
  32. Seetharaman S, M., et al., Efficient organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells processed in air. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014. 16(45): p. 24691-24696.
  33. Khandelwal, P.C., et al., Fabrication of a novel biomaterial with enhanced mechanical and conducting properties. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2014. 2(42): p. 7327-7333.
  34. Suresh, A., G. Krishnakumar, and M.A.G. Namboothiry, Filament theory based WORM memory devices using aluminum/poly(9-vinylcarbazole)/aluminum structures. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014. 16(26): p. 13074-13077.
  35. Auragudom, P., et al., Defect-free Poly(9,9-bis(2-ethylhexyl)fluorene-2,7-vinylene) for Polymer Light-Emitting Diode (PLED) Devices. Journal of Polymer Research, 2010. 17(3): p. 347-353.
  36. Carlisle, C.R., et al., The mechanical properties of individual, electrospun fibrinogen fibers. Biomaterials, 2009. 30(6): p. 1205-1213.
  37. Carroll, D.L., et al., Response to “Comment on ‘Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics’” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 163511 (2007)]. Applied Physics Letters, 2008. 92(7): p. 076102.
  38. Ravichandran, J., et al., A novel polymer nanotube composite for photovoltaic packaging applications. Nanotechnology, 2008. 19(8): p. 085712.
  39. Carroll, D.L., et al., Response to “Comment on ‘Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics’ [Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 266101 (2007)]”. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 91(26): p. 266102.
  40. Vieira, S.M.C., et al., Use of nanocomposites to increase electrical “gain” in chemical sensors. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 91(20): p. 203111.
  41. Namboothiry, M.A.G., et al., Electrochromic properties of conducting polymer metal nanoparticles composites. Synthetic Metals, 2007. 157(13): p. 580-584.
  42. Kim, K., et al., Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 90(16): p. 163511.
  43. Werner, B.C., et al., Chitosan embedded silver nanoparticles developed to noninvasively measure tissue pressure. The FASEB Journal, 2007. 21(5): p. A267-A267.
  44. Liu, J., M.A.G. Namboothiry, and D.L. Carroll, Optical geometries for fiber-based organic photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 90(13): p. 133515.
  45. Liu, J., M.A.G. Namboothiry, and D.L. Carroll, Fiber-based architectures for organic photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 90(6): p. 063501.
  46. Emery, K.A., Comment on “Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 163511 (2007)]. Applied Physics Letters, 2007. 91(26): p. 266101.
  47. Admassie, S., et al., A polymer photodiode using vapour-phase polymerized PEDOT as an anode. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2006. 90(2): p. 133-141.
  48. Manoj, A.G. and K.S. Narayan, Opto-electrical processes in a conducting polymer–bacteriorhodopsin system. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2004. 19(9): p. 1067-1074.
  49. Basavaraj, V.K., A.G. Manoj, and K.S. Narayan Solution processing of active semiconducting polymers and conducting polymer anodes for fabricating photodetectors. IEE Proceedings – Circuits, Devices and Systems, 2003. 150, 552-555.
  50. Manoj, A.G. and K.S. Narayan, Voltage-controlled spectral tuning of photoelectric signals in a conducting polymer-bacteriorhodopsin device. Applied Physics Letters, 2003. 83(17): p. 3614-3616.
  51. Manoj, A.G., A.A. Alagiriswamy, and K.S. Narayan, Photogenerated charge carrier transport in p-polymer n-polymer bilayer structures. Journal of Applied Physics, 2003. 94(6): p. 4088-4095.
  52. Manoj, A.G. and K.S. Narayan, Photovoltaic properties of polymer p–n junctions made with P3OT/BBL bilayers. Optical Materials, 2003. 21(1): p. 417-420.
  53. Narayan, K.S., et al., Novel strategies for polymer based light sensors. Thin Solid Films, 2002. 417(1): p. 75-77.
  54. Manoj, A.G., et al., Photophysics of PPV derivatives with varying conjugation lengths. Synthetic Metals, 1999. 101(1): p. 255-256.
  55. Narayan, K.S., et al., Dual function hybrid polymer-nanoparticle devices. Applied Physics Letters, 1999. 74(6): p. 871-873.
  56. Narayan, K.S., et al., Optical and Electronic Properties of Conjugated Polymer -Nanocluster Semiconductor Hybrid Systems. MRS Proceedings, 1998. 519: p. 265.