Solid-state luminescence active coordination complex of zinc(II) and aluminium(III) | Department of Chemistry

Solid-state luminescence active coordination complex of zinc(II) and aluminium(III)

Funding Agency:DST-SERB

Principal Investigator:Dr. Debdas ray

Duration: 3 Years

Objectives & Goals

Our interest in controlling the photoluminescence property of the purely neutral ultra-rigid coordination complex of zinc(II), copper(I), boron(III), and aluminium(III) having angular distribution of donor-acceptor (D-A) functionality has driven us to the development of that can be used in organic light emitting diode (OLED), bio-applications, and sensors.

We are also developing the neutral coordination complex-based emitter whose emission profile can be controlled by temperature. We are currently looking into blue and red-NIR emitters, so we can use these materials in various optoelectronic and bio-applications.

 

Faculty

Associate Professor

Students

Indranil Bhattacharjee
PhD Chemistry
Class of: 
2014
Saheli Karmakar
PhD Chemistry
Class of: 
2015
Nirmalya Acharya
PhD Chemistry