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Charge and exciton dynamics in organic devices

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A combination of computational atomistic models (quantum mechanical and classical) and phenomenological models are used to study several dynamic processes taking place in organic optoelectronic devices. In the first part of the talk we consider a model of charge transport in molecular crystals. In the secon part we consider the process of charge generation in organic photovoltaics cells.

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