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TitleHybrid organic-inorganic structures for solution processed organic light emitting diodes
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Table of Contents
                            Introduction and Motivation
Fundamentals and experimental details of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs)
	Theoretical background of organic light emitting diodes
		Fundamentals of organic semiconductors
		Charge injection and transport processes
		Optical losses within the OLED structure
	Deposition techniques and processing procedure of OLED devices
		Atomic layer deposition
		Measurement techniques
Ultra Thin Metal electrode for OLEDs
	Experimental details
	Characterization of the ultra thin metal electrodes
	Nickel UTMF as bottom anode for OLEDs
		Influence of the Ni layer thickness on the performance of OLEDs
		Increased efficiency of Ni-OLEDs due to improved electron injection
		Influence of the oxidation of the UTMF on device performance
	Further improvements of UTMF layer using double metal layer
		Properties of Ni, Cu and CuNi as UTMF
		Double metal layer as anode for bottom light emitting diodes
Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) Technique applied to multilayer organic LEDs
	Experimental details
	Effect of the deposition process on the intrinsic properties of organics
	The ALD layer used to avoid intermixing of successive spin coated organic layers
		Study of the solvent influence on the underlying layer.
		Application to multilayer OLEDs; avoidance of intermixing of the layers
Blend of a polymer and an organic small molecule as emissive layer for OLEDs
	Experimental details
	Spectroscopy Study of the Energy transfer mechanism
	Performance of the blend as emissive layer for OLEDs
Summary and Outlook
List of figures
List of tables
Transfer Matrix Formalism
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