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Transparent Conducting Materials and Interfaces for Electronic and
Photonic Circuitry and Solar Electricity Generation
Tobin J. Marks
Department of Chemistry, the Materials Research Center, and the Argonne-Northwestern
Solar Energy Research Center, Northwestern University
Evanston IL 60208-3113 USA
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Transparent conducting oxides (TCOs) are truly unique materials that, as thin conducting or
semiconducting films, find many applications of great importance in electronic circuitry/display
applications, in solar electricity generation, in energy conservation, and in high-speed optical
telecommunication [1-5]. However, it is not clear that present generation TCO materials (e.g., tin-
doped indium oxide, ITO, or others) will meet the stringent performance and cost requirements for
next-generation opto-electronic technologies, nor have all the necessary properties for many new
applications. This lecture focuses on the scientific aspects of designing, growing, characterizing,
understanding, manipulating, and implementing next-generation transparent conducting oxide thin
films in some very unconventional roles. This includes their implementation in the following areas: 1)
high-performance transparent, flexible electronic logic circuitry as semiconductors, gate dielectrics,
and/or conductors [1-8], 2) interfacial layers and electrodes in third-generation bulk-heterojunction
solar cells [9,10] ; 3) 2D gate-tunable heterojunctions with unusual electronic function [5], and 4)
transparent conducting electro-optic modulator components in high-speed optical signal processing
systems [5].
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