Dr Ivan Kassal develops analytical theories and computational simulations to study the fundamental processes in organic-semiconductor materials and devices. He is particularly interested in the effects of disorder and delocalisation on exciton transport, charge separation, and charge transport, and how these parameters can be tuned to improve device performance.
His other interests include quantum effects in biological systems, engineered quantum systems, and quantum computing for chemical problems.
Research keywords: charge transport, charge separation, quantum mechanics, computer simulation, organic semiconductors, delocalisation, disorder
Affiliation: School of Chemistry, The University of Sydney
Address: Room 543A, Chemistry Building F11, The University of Sydney NSW 2006