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We are Large-area Nanotechnologists developing practical optoelectronic devices from physical insights discovered at the nanoscale. Our work demonstrates that molecules, polymers, and colloidal quantum dots can be assembled into large-area optoelectronic devices that outperform today's state of the art. By combining our understanding of the physics of nanoscale devices with novel techniques for the thin-film processing of nanomaterials, we launch new technologies and dare to glimpse into the polaron and exciton dynamics that govern our quantum world.

Quantum Dot Optoelectronics

Large Area

Light-Matter Coupling


Highlights From Our Group

March 2015 - Prof. Bulovic and the MIT Innovation Initiative highlighted on MIT News

April 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Jill Macko on successfully completing her Ph.D. defense

Ocober 2013 - Prof. Bulovic named the Associate Dean for Innovation in the School of Engineering

Ocober 2013 - Prof. Bulovic to co-lead the MIT Innovation Initiative

August 2013 - Congratulations to Dr. Gleb Akselrod on successfully completing his Ph.D. defense

June 2013 - Congratulations to Dr. Yasu Shirasaki on successfully completing his Ph.D. defense

April 2013 - ONE Lab and the eni-MIT alliance highlighted in the press: Focus Magazine, la Repubblica, YouTube

Our work highlighted

March 2015 - A perspective on the future of solar photovoltaics @ MIT News
March 2015 - Squeezable nanoelectromechanical switches ("squitches") @ MIT News
March 2015 - Cheap, flexible quantum dot solar cells @ MIT News
October 2014 - Tiny low-threshold organic lasers @ C&E News
May 2014 - World-record quantum dot solar cells @ MIT News
April 2014 - Excitons observed in action for the first time @ MIT News
March 2013 - New solar cell design based on quantum dots and nanowires @ MIT News

President Obama visits our lab

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