Jurchescu’s research featured in national, regional media
June 5th, 2013
Assistant professor of physics Oana Jurchescu is breaking records and generating attention for the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials.
Her team’s paper “High Mobility Field-Effect Transistors with Versatile Processing from a Small-Molecule Organic Semiconductor” records the highest electric conductivity for spray-coated organic field effect transistors in the world to date.
Jurchescu and fellow paper co-author Yaochuan Mei, who is also Jurchescu’s graduate student, have been recognized by a slew of national and local media outlets for their work. Most recently on May 21, the Winston-Salem Journal ran an editorial specifically praising Jurchescu’s research as being a big part of Winston-Salem’s future. This story followed a Sunday business feature on recent work by Jurchescu’s Organic Electronics Group.