Slinker, Jason D.
Jason Slinker is an Associate Professor of Physics and head of the Slinker Group research laboratory. Dr. Slinker's research interests crisscross two areas: 1) "organic optoelectronic devices for energy efficiency" and 2) "novel biosensors for disease diagnostics and laboratory assays."
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Enhancement of the Electrical Properties of DNA Molecular Wires Through Incorporation of Perylenediimide DNA Base Surrogates (Wiley-vch Verlag, 2019-04-25)DNA has long been viewed as a promising material for nanoscale electronics, in part due to its well-ordered arrangement of stacked, pi-conjugated base pairs. Within this context, a number of studies have investigated how ...
Ionic Organic Small Molecules as Hosts for Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Light-emitting electrochemical cells (LEECs) from ionic transition-metal complexes (iTMCs) offer the potential for high-efficiency electroluminescence in a simple, single-layer device. However, LEECs typically rely on the ...
Blue Light Emitting Electrochemical Cells Incorporating Triazole-based Luminophores (2013-09-20)We report the electrochemical, photoluminescence, and electroluminescence properties of four fluorinated cationic iridium complexes bearing pyridyltriazole ancillary ligands. All the complexes display unstructured emission ...