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Welcome to Exciton Science

At the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science, we are excited about the possibilities of transforming light into energy and energy into light.  We are a collaboration of academia and industry focused on innovative research to improve solar energy technology, lighting and security systems.

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Our arcade-style games allow your students to explore concepts around renewable energy and solar technology and have loads of fun while doing it!

Publications

Gao C, Shukla A, Gao H, Miao Z, Zhang Y, Wang P, Luo G, Zeng Y, Wong WWH, Smith TA et al..  In Press.  Harvesting Triplet Excitons in High Mobility Emissive Organic Semiconductor for Efficiency Enhancement of Light‐Emitting Transistors. Advanced Materials. :2208389.
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Steinfeld L, Cole J.H, Hapuarachchi H.  In Press.  Prospects of Utilizing Quantum Emitters to Control the Absorption of Non‐Noble Plasmonic Metal Nanoparticles. Annalen der Physik. :2200327.
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Pervin R, Gholizadeh EM, Ghiggino K, Wong WWing Ho.  2024.  Fluorescent Polymer Nanoparticles Containing Perylene Diimides for Application in Luminescent Solar Concentrators. Journal of Materials Chemistry C.
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Debnath S, Ramkissoon P, Haar ALVonder, Salzner U, Smith TA, Musser AJ, Patil S.  2024.  A Twist in Biphthalimide-Based Chromophores Enables Thermally Activated Delayed FluorescenceA Twist in Biphthalimide-Based Chromophores Enables Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence. Chemistry of Materials.
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The Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science is an Australian Research Council research centre linking the University of Melbourne, Monash University, RMIT University, UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney.

Our partners include: The Defence Science and Technology Group, The Reserve Bank of Australia and CSIRO.