Dr. Yaakov Tischler
Aharon and Rachel Dahan Nano-Energy Center
Main Research Areas
- Light-matter interactions in molecular solids.
- Coherent excitonic coupling in semiconductor microcavity lasers.
- Formation of nanoscale, crystalline, organic thin films.
- Energy-transfer dynamics in J-aggregates and related light-harvesting materials.
- Organic optoelectronics: solar cells, switches, and OLEDs.
1998 – Dean Scholar in Physics
1998 – Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society
– Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering - 2007.
Doctoral Dissertation: “Solid State Cavity QED: Practical Applications of Strong Coupling of Light and Matter” (Supervisor: Prof. V. Bulović).
M.Sc – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering - 2003.
Masters Thesis: “Electrically Pumped Polariton Emission in a J-aggregate Organic Light Emitting Device” (Supervisor: Prof. V. Bulović).
B.Sc – University of Pennsylvania, Physics (Summa cum Laude) - 1999.
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