Design and processing of organic materials and hierarchically structured organic-inorganic composites to attain desired optical and electronic properties.
Honors and Awards
- National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow (2011-2014)
- American Physical Society Polymer Division Padden Award Finalist (2014)
- Princeton Gordon Wu Prize for Excellent in scholarship and research (2013)
- NSF IGERT Nanotechnology for Clean Energy Fellow (2010)
- Caltech Robert L. Noland Leadership Award (2009)
- Society of Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation Family Scholarship (2005)
A.M. Hiszpanski, P.P. Khlyabich, Y.-L. Loo. "Tuning Kinetic Competitions to Traverse the Rich Structural Space of Organic Semiconductor Thin Films." Accepted to
A.M. Hiszpanski, J.D. Saathoff, H. Wang, L. Kraya, F. Luettich, M.A. Brady, M.L. Chabinyc, A. Kahn, P. Clancy, Y.-L. Loo. "Halogenation of a Nonplanar Molecular Semiconductor to Tune Energy Levels and Bandgaps for Electron Transport."
A.M. Hiszpanski, R.M. Baur, B. Kim, N.J. Tremblay, C. Nuckolls, A.R. Woll, Y.-L. Loo. "Tuning Polymorphism and Orientation in Organic Semiconductor Thin Films via Post-Deposition Processing."
A.M. Hiszpanski, Y.-L. Loo. "Directing the Film Structure of Organic Semiconductors via Post-Deposition Processing for Transistor and Solar Cell Applications."
A.M. Hiszpanski, S.S. Lee, H. Wang, A.R. Woll, C. Nuckolls, Y.-L. Loo. "Post-Deposition Processing Methods to Induce Preferential Orientation in Contorted Hexabenzocoronene Thin Films."