Quinn Burlingame
Quinn Burlingame
Princeton University, Andlinger Center for Energy & the Environment
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Consensus statement for stability assessment and reporting for perovskite photovoltaics based on ISOS procedures
MV Khenkin, EA Katz, A Abate, G Bardizza, JJ Berry, C Brabec, F Brunetti, ...
Nature Energy 5 (1), 35-49, 2020
Aromatic polythiourea dielectrics with ultrahigh breakdown field strength, low dielectric loss, and high electric energy density
S Wu, W Li, M Lin, Q Burlingame, Q Chen, A Payzant, K Xiao, QM Zhang
Advanced Materials 25 (12), 1734-1738, 2013
Intrinsically stable organic solar cells under high-intensity illumination
Q Burlingame, X Huang, X Liu, C Jeong, C Coburn, SR Forrest
Nature 573 (7774), 394-397, 2019
It’s time to focus on organic solar cell stability
Q Burlingame, M Ball, YL Loo
Nature Energy 5 (12), 947-949, 2020
Accelerated aging of all-inorganic, interface-stabilized perovskite solar cells
X Zhao, T Liu, QC Burlingame, T Liu, R Holley III, G Cheng, N Yao, F Gao, ...
Science 377 (6603), 307-310, 2022
Photochemical origins of burn-in degradation in small molecular weight organic photovoltaic cells
Q Burlingame, X Tong, J Hankett, M Slootsky, Z Chen, SR Forrest
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (3), 1005-1010, 2015
Centimetre-scale electron diffusion in photoactive organic heterostructures
Q Burlingame, C Coburn, X Che, A Panda, Y Qu, SR Forrest
Nature 554 (7690), 77-80, 2018
Conduction mechanisms and structure–property relationships in high energy density aromatic polythiourea dielectric films
Q Burlingame, S Wu, M Lin, QM Zhang
Advanced Energy Materials 3 (8), 1051-1055, 2013
Photodegradation of small-molecule organic photovoltaics
N Wang, X Tong, Q Burlingame, J Yu, SR Forrest
Solar energy materials and solar cells 125, 170-175, 2014
A high-K ferroelectric relaxor terpolymer as a gate dielectric for organic thin film transistors
S Wu, M Shao, Q Burlingame, X Chen, M Lin, K Xiao, QM Zhang
Applied Physics Letters 102 (1), 2013
Reliability of small molecule organic photovoltaics with electron‐filtering compound buffer layers
Q Burlingame, B Song, L Ciammaruchi, G Zanotti, J Hankett, Z Chen, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 6 (21), 1601094, 2016
Outdoor operation of small-molecule organic photovoltaics
Q Burlingame, G Zanotti, L Ciammaruchi, EA Katz, SR Forrest
Organic Electronics 41, 274-279, 2017
The effects of chromophore halogenation on the stability of UV‐absorbing organic solar cells
T Liu, QC Burlingame, JC Sorli, ML Ball, G Cheng, N Yao, YL Loo
Advanced Energy Materials 11 (16), 2100225, 2021
Improved Absorber Phase Stability, Performance, and Lifetime in Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cells with Alkyltrimethoxysilane Strain-Release Layers at the Perovskite/TiO2 Interface
T Liu, X Zhao, X Zhong, QC Burlingame, A Kahn, YL Loo
ACS Energy Letters 7 (10), 3531-3538, 2022
Design of UV-absorbing donor molecules for nearly imperceptible organic solar cells
ML Ball, Q Burlingame, HL Smith, T Liu, SR Parkin, A Kahn, YL Loo
ACS Energy Letters 7 (1), 180-188, 2021
Reliability of Mixed‐Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics Grown via Organic Vapor Phase Deposition
B Song, QC Burlingame, K Lee, SR Forrest
Advanced Energy Materials 5 (8), 1401952, 2015
Photochemical Decomposition of Y‐Series Non‐Fullerene Acceptors Is Responsible for Degradation of High‐Efficiency Organic Solar Cells
T Liu, QC Burlingame, MR Ivancevic, X Liu, J Hu, BP Rand, YL Loo
Advanced Energy Materials 13 (17), 2300046, 2023
Highly transparent, scalable, and stable perovskite solar cells with minimal aesthetic compromise
T Liu, X Zhao, P Wang, QC Burlingame, J Hu, K Roh, Z Xu, BP Rand, ...
Advanced Energy Materials, 2200402, 2022
Optical simulations to inform the design of UV-absorbing organic materials and solar cells
Q Burlingame, YL Loo
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 227, 111114, 2021
Aromatic Polythiourea Dielectrics with High Energy Density, High Breakdown Strength, and Low Dielectric Loss
S Wu, Q Burlingame, M Lin, Q Zhang
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2013, A33. 007, 2013
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20