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Suryoday Prodhan
Suryoday Prodhan
Post-doctoral Research Associate, University of Liverpool
Verified email at liverpool.ac.uk
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Efficient energy transport in an organic semiconductor mediated by transient exciton delocalization
AJ Sneyd, T Fukui, D Paleček, S Prodhan, I Wagner, Y Zhang, J Sung, ...
Science Advances 7 (32), eabh4232, 2021
972021
Design rules to maximize charge-carrier mobility along conjugated polymer chains
S Prodhan, J Qiu, M Ricci, OM Roscioni, L Wang, D Beljonne
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 11 (16), 6519-6525, 2020
322020
Long-range interactions boost singlet exciton diffusion in nanofibers of -extended polymer chains
S Prodhan, S Giannini, L Wang, D Beljonne
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 12, 8188–8193, 2021
242021
Correlated electronic properties of some graphene nanoribbons: A DMRG study
VMLDP Goli, S Prodhan, S Mazumdar, S Ramasesha
Physical Review B 94 (3), 035139, 2016
242016
A model exact study of the properties of low-lying electronic states of perylene and substituted perylenes
G Giri, S Prodhan, YA Pati, S Ramasesha
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 122 (43), 8650-8658, 2018
182018
Correlated electronic properties of a graphene nanoflake: Coronene
S Prodhan, S Mazumdar, S Ramasesha
Molecules 24 (4), 730, 2019
102019
Model for triplet state engineering in organic light emitting diodes
S Prodhan, ZG Soos, S Ramasesha
The Journal of Chemical Physics 140 (21), 2014
92014
Exact wave packet dynamics of singlet fission in unsubstituted and substituted polyene chains within long-range interacting models
S Prodhan, S Ramasesha
Physical Review B 96 (7), 075142, 2017
72017
Symmetrized density matrix renormalization group algorithm for low-lying excited states of conjugated carbon systems: Application to 1, 12-benzoperylene and polychrysene
S Prodhan, S Ramasesha
Physical Review B 97 (19), 195125, 2018
62018
Thermally activated intra-chain charge transport in high charge-carrier mobility copolymers
R Dilmurat, S Prodhan, L Wang, D Beljonne
The Journal of Chemical Physics 156 (8), 2022
52022
From monomer sequence to charge mobility in semiconductor polymers via model reduction
S Prodhan, R Manurung, A Troisi
Advanced Functional Materials 33 (36), 2303234, 2023
22023
Spin relaxation of electron and hole polarons in ambipolar conjugated polymers
RL Carey, S Giannini, S Schott, V Lemaur, M Xiao, S Prodhan, L Wang, ...
Nature Communications 15 (1), 288, 2024
12024
Efficient energy transport in an organic semiconductor mediated by transient exciton delocalisation
AJ Sneyd, T Fukui, D Paleček, S Prodhan, I Wagner, Y Zhang, J Sung, ...
Physical Chemistry of Semiconductor Materials and Interfaces XX 11799, 14-76, 2021
12021
Highly efficient exciton transport via transient delocalization in films of poly (3-hexylthiophene) nanofibers prepared by seeded growth
AJ Sneyd, T Fukui, D Palecek, S Prodhan, I Wagner, Y Zhang, J Sung, ...
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2009.05989, 2020
12020
Supplementary Information: Spin Relaxation of Electron and Hole Polarons in Ambipolar Conjugated Polymers
RL Carey, S Giannini, S Schott, V Lemaur, M Xiao, S Prodhan, L Wang, ...
2023
Correction to “Long-Range Interactions Boost Singlet Exciton Diffusion in Nanofibers of π-Extended Polymer Chains”
S Prodhan, S Giannini, L Wang, D Beljonne
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 13 (4), 1002-1002, 2022
2022
Theoretical Investigation of OPTO-Electronic Processes in Organic Conjugated Systems Within Interacting Models: Exact Diagonalization and DMRG Studies
S Prodhan
2018
Correlated Electronic Properties of Some Graphene Nanoribbons: A DMRG Study
VML Durga Prasad Goli, S Prodhan, S Mazumdar, S Ramasesha
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 1601.02398, 2016
2016
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