Jonathan Rivnay
Jonathan Rivnay
Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
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Materials and applications for large area electronics: solution-based approaches
AC Arias, JD MacKenzie, I McCulloch, J Rivnay, A Salleo
Chemical reviews 110 (1), 3-24, 2010
A general relationship between disorder, aggregation and charge transport in conjugated polymers
R Noriega, J Rivnay, K Vandewal, FPV Koch, N Stingelin, P Smith, ...
Nature materials 12 (11), 1038-1044, 2013
Quantitative determination of organic semiconductor microstructure from the molecular to device scale
J Rivnay, SCB Mannsfeld, CE Miller, A Salleo, MF Toney
Chemical reviews 112 (10), 5488-5519, 2012
Organic electrochemical transistors
J Rivnay, S Inal, A Salleo, RM Owens, M Berggren, GG Malliaras
Nature Reviews Materials 3 (2), 1-14, 2018
The rise of organic bioelectronics
J Rivnay, RM Owens, GG Malliaras
Chemistry of Materials 26 (1), 679-685, 2014
High transconductance organic electrochemical transistors
D Khodagholy, J Rivnay, M Sessolo, M Gurfinkel, P Leleux, LH Jimison, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-6, 2013
Bimolecular crystals of fullerenes in conjugated polymers and the implications of molecular mixing for solar cells
AC Mayer, MF Toney, SR Scully, J Rivnay, CJ Brabec, M Scharber, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 19 (8), 1173-1179, 2009
Large modulation of carrier transport by grain-boundary molecular packing and microstructure in organic thin films
J Rivnay, LH Jimison, JE Northrup, MF Toney, R Noriega, S Lu, TJ Marks, ...
Nature materials 8 (12), 952-958, 2009
Structural control of mixed ionic and electronic transport in conducting polymers
J Rivnay, S Inal, BA Collins, M Sessolo, E Stavrinidou, X Strakosas, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
Electroluminescent devices from ionic transition metal complexes
JD Slinker, J Rivnay, JS Moskowitz, JB Parker, S Bernhard, HD Abruña, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 17 (29), 2976-2988, 2007
Unconventional face‐on texture and exceptional in‐plane order of a high mobility n‐type polymer
J Rivnay, MF Toney, Y Zheng, IV Kauvar, Z Chen, V Wagner, A Facchetti, ...
Advanced Materials 22 (39), 4359-4363, 2010
High-performance transistors for bioelectronics through tuning of channel thickness
J Rivnay, P Leleux, M Ferro, M Sessolo, A Williamson, DA Koutsouras, ...
Science advances 1 (4), e1400251, 2015
A selenophene‐based low‐bandgap donor–acceptor polymer leading to fast ambipolar logic
AJ Kronemeijer, E Gili, M Shahid, J Rivnay, A Salleo, M Heeney, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (12), 1558-1565, 2012
Drastic control of texture in a high performance n-type polymeric semiconductor and implications for charge transport
J Rivnay, R Steyrleuthner, LH Jimison, A Casadei, Z Chen, MF Toney, ...
Macromolecules 44 (13), 5246-5255, 2011
Quantitative analysis of lattice disorder and crystallite size in organic semiconductor thin films
J Rivnay, R Noriega, RJ Kline, A Salleo, MF Toney
Physical Review B 84 (4), 045203, 2011
The mechanism of burn‐in loss in a high efficiency polymer solar cell
CH Peters, IT Sachs‐Quintana, WR Mateker, T Heumueller, J Rivnay, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (5), 663-668, 2012
Direct measurement of ion mobility in a conducting polymer
E Stavrinidou, P Leleux, H Rajaona, D Khodagholy, J Rivnay, M Lindau, ...
Advanced Materials 25 (32), 4488-4493, 2013
Next-generation probes, particles, and proteins for neural interfacing
J Rivnay, H Wang, L Fenno, K Deisseroth, GG Malliaras
Science Advances 3 (6), e1601649, 2017
Steric control of the donor/acceptor interface: Implications in organic photovoltaic charge generation
TW Holcombe, JE Norton, J Rivnay, CH Woo, L Goris, C Piliego, G Griffini, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (31), 12106-12114, 2011
The impact of molecular weight on microstructure and charge transport in semicrystalline polymer semiconductors–poly (3-hexylthiophene), a model study
FPV Koch, J Rivnay, S Foster, C Müller, JM Downing, ...
Progress in polymer science 38 (12), 1978-1989, 2013
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