The Ginger Research Group at the University of Washington pioneers techniques such as time-resolved electrostatic force microscopy (trEFM) and photoconductive atomic force microscopy (pcAFM) to study nanostructured solar cells, energy efficient light-emitting diodes, and biosensors.

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Solution processed materials like conjugated polymers, quantum dots, and hybrid perovskites are promising materials for the next generation of low-cost photovoltaic materials for converting sunlight directly to electricity.

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