Iyad Nasrallah
Iyad Nasrallah
Research Associate, University of Cambridge/Research Fellow(Wolfson College, Cambridge)
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Approaching disorder-free transport in high-mobility conjugated polymers
D Venkateshvaran, M Nikolka, A Sadhanala, V Lemaur, M Zelazny, ...
Nature 515 (7527), 384-388, 2014
7262014
High operational and environmental stability of high-mobility conjugated polymer field-effect transistors through the use of molecular additives
M Nikolka, I Nasrallah, B Rose, MK Ravva, K Broch, A Sadhanala, ...
Nature materials 16 (3), 356-362, 2017
2642017
2D coherent charge transport in highly ordered conducting polymers doped by solid state diffusion
K Kang, S Watanabe, K Broch, A Sepe, A Brown, I Nasrallah, M Nikolka, ...
Nature materials 15 (8), 896-902, 2016
2632016
Performance Improvements in Conjugated Polymer Devices by Removal of Water‐Induced Traps
M Nikolka, G Schweicher, J Armitage, I Nasrallah, C Jellett, Z Guo, ...
Advanced materials 30 (36), 1801874, 2018
472018
Trap Healing for High‐Performance Low‐Voltage Polymer Transistors and Solution‐Based Analog Amplifiers on Foil
V Pecunia, M Nikolka, A Sou, I Nasrallah, AY Amin, I McCulloch, ...
Advanced Materials 29 (23), 1606938, 2017
292017
Vertical cavity biexciton lasing in 2D dodecylammonium lead iodide perovskites
EP Booker, MB Price, PJ Budden, H Abolins, Y del Valle‐Inclan Redondo, ...
Advanced Optical Materials 6 (21), 1800616, 2018
242018
Coulomb enhanced charge transport in semicrystalline polymer semiconductors
R Di Pietro, I Nasrallah, J Carpenter, E Gann, LS Kölln, L Thomsen, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (44), 8011-8022, 2016
242016
Measurements of Ambipolar Seebeck Coefficients in High‐Mobility Diketopyrrolopyrrole Donor–Acceptor Copolymers
K Broch, D Venkateshvaran, V Lemaur, Y Olivier, D Beljonne, M Zelazny, ...
Advanced Electronic Materials 3 (11), 1700225, 2017
202017
Dual‐Characteristic Transistors Based on Semiconducting Polymer Blends
G Lu, RD Pietro, LS Kölln, I Nasrallah, L Zhou, S Mollinger, ...
Advanced Electronic Materials 2 (10), 1600267, 2016
182016
Effect of ozone on the stability of solution-processed anthradithiophene-based organic field-effect transistors
I Nasrallah, KK Banger, Y Vaynzof, MM Payne, P Too, J Jongman, ...
Chemistry of Materials 26 (13), 3914-3919, 2014
102014
Fragment graphical variational autoencoding for screening molecules with small data
J Armitage, LJ Spalek, M Nguyen, M Nikolka, IE Jacobs, L Marańón, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.13325, 2019
32019
Charge Accumulation Spectroscopy for Investigating Organic Photovoltaic Stability
O Pachoumi, I Nasrallah, H Sirringhaus
Small Methods 1 (1-2), 1600007, 2017
12017
Investigating charge trapping effects in organic field-effect transistors
I Nasrallah
University of Cambridge, 2015
12015
A Novel Mitigation Mechanism for Photo‐Induced Trapping in an Anthradithiophene Derivative Using Additives
I Nasrallah, MK Ravva, K Broch, J Novak, J Armitage, G Schweicher, ...
Advanced Electronic Materials 6 (9), 2000250, 2020
2020
Organic electronic/optoelectronic devices
H Sirringhaus, M Nikolka, I Nasrallah, J Jongman
US Patent 10,476,015, 2019
2019
Performance Improvements in Conjugated Polymer
M Nikolka, G Schweicher, J Armitage, I Nasrallah, C Jellett, Z Guo, ...
Apollo-University of Cambridge Repository, 2018
2018
Towards highly stable polymer electronics (Conference Presentation)
M Nikolka, I Nasrallah, K Broch, A Sadhanala, M Hurhangee, I McCulloch, ...
Organic Field-Effect Transistors XV 9943, 99430J, 2016
2016
Research data supporting" 2D coherent charge transport in highly ordered conducting polymers doped by solid state diffusion".
K Kang, S Watanabe, K Broch, A Sepe, A Brown, I Nasrallah, M Nikola, ...
University of Cambridge, 2016
2016
Effect of Ozone on the Stability of Solution-Processed Anthradithiophene-Based Organic Field-Effect Transistors
I Nasrallah, K Banger, Y Vaynzof, MM Payne, P Too, J Jongman, ...
American Chemical Society, 2014
2014
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