Dr Manoj A G Namboothiry
Associate Professor (Physics)
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  manoj@iisertvm.ac.in

1. Pulikodan, V. K.; Alexander, A.; Pillai, A. B.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Photoresponse of Solution-Processed Molybdenum Disulfide Nanosheet-Based Photodetectors. ACS Applied Nano Materials 2020, 3 (10), 10057-10066.

2. Raveendran, R.; Nagaraj, M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., High-Performance, Transparent Solution-Processed Organic Field-Effect Transistor with Low-k Elastomeric Gate Dielectric and Liquid Crystalline Semiconductor: Promises and Challenges. ACS Applied Electronic Materials 2020, 2 (10), 3336-3345.

3. Somashekharappa, G. M.; Govind, C.; Pulikodan, V.; Paul, M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Das, S.; Karunakaran, V., Unsymmetrical Squaraine Dye-Based Organic Photodetector Exhibiting Enhanced Near-Infrared Sensitivity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2020, 124 (39), 21730-21739.

4. Jose, E.; Mohan, M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Kumar, M. C. S., Room temperature deposition of high figure of merit p-type transparent conducting Cu–Zn–S thin films and their application in organic solar cells as an efficient hole transport layer. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 2020, 829, 154507.

5. Mohan, M.; Sekar, R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Understanding the effects of shape, material and location of incorporation of metal nanoparticles on the performance of plasmonic organic solar cells. RSC Advances 2020, 10 (44), 26126-26132.

6. Anitha, B.; Alexander, A.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Photovoltaic performance of solution-processed ternary solar cells based on PTB7: PCBM and squaraine dye. AIP Conference Proceedings 2019, 2162 (1), 020121.

7. Vijith, K. P.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Effect of oxygen incorporation in the photoconductivity of two-dimensional MoS2. AIP Conference Proceedings 2019, 2162 (1), 020119.

8. Srivastava, V.; Reddy, S. H.; Mohan, M.; Anitha, B.; Adara, B.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Study on the defect density of states in light soaking effect enhanced performance of perovskite solar cells. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 2019, 52 (26), 265302.

9. Srivastava, V.; Reddy, S. H.; Anitha, B.; Namboothiry, A. G. M., A comparative study of defect density of states for single, mixed and bulk heterojunction perovskite solar cells. AIP Conference Proceedings 2019, 2082 (1), 050013.

10. Raveendran, R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Influence of gate dielectrics, channel length and atmospheric conditions on the performance of organic field effect transistors. AIP Conference Proceedings 2019, 2082 (1), 070005.

11. Ghosh, S.; Raveendran, R.; Saeki, A.; Seki, S.; Namboothiry, M.; Ajayaghosh, A., Charge Carrier Polarity Modulation in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Low Band Gap Semiconductors by Terminal Functionalization. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2019, 11 (1), 1088-1095.

12. Raveendran, R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Surface-Treated Poly(dimethylsiloxane) as a Gate Dielectric in Solution-Processed Organic Field-Effect Transistors. ACS Omega 2018, 3 (9), 11278-11285.

13. Mohan, M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Effect of cathode interface thickness on the photovoltaic parameters of bulk heterojunction organic solar cells. Materials Research Express 2018, 5 (11), 116203.

14. Mohan, M.; Ramkumar, S.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Plasmon enhanced power conversion efficiency in inverted bulk heterojunction organic solar cell. SPIE: 2017; Vol. 10363.

15. Mohan, M.; Nandal, V.; Paramadam, S.; Reddy, K. P.; Ramkumar, S.; Agarwal, S.; Gopinath, C. S.; Nair, P. R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Efficient Organic Photovoltaics with Improved Charge Extraction and High Short-Circuit Current. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2017, 121 (10), 5523-5530.

16. Ganga, B. G.; Seetharaman, S. M.; Varma, P. C. R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Santhosh, P. N., Photovoltaic properties of low temperature solution processed earth abundant CuO nanocrystal-based hybrid solar cells. physica status solidi (a) 2017, 214 (1), 1600671.

17. Pradeep, C.; Mathew, S.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Vallabhan, C. P. G.; Radhakrishnan, P.; Nampoori, V. P. N., Performance of polymer/CdS organic-inorganic hybrid LEDs. Optoelectronics Letters 2016, 12 (2), 110-114.

18. Krishnan, B. P.; Mukherjee, S.; Aneesh, P. M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Sureshan, K. M., Semiconducting Fabrics by In Situ Topochemical Synthesis of Polydiacetylene: A New Dimension to the Use of Organogels. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016, 55 (7), 2345-2349.

19. Varma, P. C. R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Squaraine based solution processed inverted bulk heterojunction solar cells processed in air. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2016, 18 (5), 3438-3443.

20. Pradeep, C.; Mathew, S.; Namboothiry, M.; Vallabhan, C.; Radhakrishnan, P.; Nampoori, V. P., Study on cadmium sulphide nanoparticles on blue and green light emitting polymers. SPIE: 2015; Vol. 9566.

21. Pradeep, C.; Namboothiry, M.; Vallabhan, C.; Radhakrishnan, P.; Nampoori, V. P. N., Enhanced brightness from all solution processable biopolymer LED. SPIE: 2015; Vol. 9557.

22. Aneesh, P. M.; Kumar, C. R.; Varma, P. C. R.; Vivek, K.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Enhancement in Photovoltaic Properties of Plasmonic Nanostructures Incorporated Organic Solar Cells Processed in Air Using P3HT:PCBM as a Model Active Layer. Organic Photonics and Photovoltaics 2015, (1).

23. Chandran, P.; Sekar, R.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Vallabhan, C. P. G.; Radhakrishnan, P.; Nampoori, V. P. N. In Effect of gold nanoparticles doped PEDOT:PSS in polymer light emitting diodes, 12th International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics, Kharagpur, 2014/12/13; Optical Society of America: Kharagpur, 2014; p T3A.84.

24. Agarwal, S.; Seetharaman, M.; Kumawat, N. K.; Subbiah, A. S.; Sarkar, S. K.; Kabra, D.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Nair, P. R., On the Uniqueness of Ideality Factor and Voltage Exponent of Perovskite-Based Solar Cells. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2014, 5 (23), 4115-4121.

25. Seetharaman S, M.; Nagarjuna, P.; Kumar, P. N.; Singh, S. P.; Deepa, M.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Efficient organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells processed in air. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2014, 16 (45), 24691-24696.

26. Khandelwal, P. C.; Agrawal, S. S.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Gundiah, N., Fabrication of a novel biomaterial with enhanced mechanical and conducting properties. Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2014, 2 (42), 7327-7333.

27. Suresh, A.; Krishnakumar, G.; Namboothiry, M. A. G., Filament theory based WORM memory devices using aluminum/poly(9-vinylcarbazole)/aluminum structures. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2014, 16 (26), 13074-13077.

28. Auragudom, P.; Tangonan, A. A.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Carroll, D. L.; Advincula, R. C.; Phanichphant, S.; Lee, T. R., Defect-free Poly(9,9-bis(2-ethylhexyl)fluorene-2,7-vinylene) for Polymer Light-Emitting Diode (PLED) Devices. Journal of Polymer Research 2010, 17 (3), 347-353.

29. Carlisle, C. R.; Coulais, C.; Namboothiry, M.; Carroll, D. L.; Hantgan, R. R.; Guthold, M., The mechanical properties of individual, electrospun fibrinogen fibers. Biomaterials 2009, 30 (6), 1205-1213.

30. Carroll, D. L.; Liu, J.; Namboothiry, M.; Kim, K., Response to “Comment on ‘Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics’” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 163511 (2007)]. Applied Physics Letters 2008, 92 (7), 076102.

31. Ravichandran, J.; Manoj, A. G.; Liu, J.; Manna, I.; Carroll, D. L., A novel polymer nanotube composite for photovoltaic packaging applications. Nanotechnology 2008, 19 (8), 085712.

32. Carroll, D. L.; Liu, J.; Namboothiry, M.; Kim, K., Response to “Comment on ‘Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics’ [Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 266101 (2007)]”. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 91 (26), 266102.

33. Vieira, S. M. C.; Beecher, P.; Haneef, I.; Udrea, F.; Milne, W. I.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Carroll, D. L.; Park, J.; Maeng, S., Use of nanocomposites to increase electrical “gain” in chemical sensors. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 91 (20), 203111.

34. Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Zimmerman, T.; Coldren, F. M.; Liu, J.; Kim, K.; Carroll, D. L., Electrochromic properties of conducting polymer metal nanoparticles composites. Synthetic Metals 2007, 157 (13), 580-584.

35. Kim, K.; Liu, J.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Carroll, D. L., Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 90 (16), 163511.

36. Werner, B. C.; Webb, L. X.; Carroll, D. R.; Coldren, F.; Namboothiry, M. A.; Wagner, W. D., Chitosan embedded silver nanoparticles developed to noninvasively measure tissue pressure. The FASEB Journal 2007, 21 (5), A267-A267.

37. Liu, J.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Carroll, D. L., Optical geometries for fiber-based organic photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 90 (13), 133515.

38. Liu, J.; Namboothiry, M. A. G.; Carroll, D. L., Fiber-based architectures for organic photovoltaics. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 90 (6), 063501.

39. Emery, K. A., Comment on “Roles of donor and acceptor nanodomains in 6% efficient thermally annealed polymer photovoltaics” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 163511 (2007)]. Applied Physics Letters 2007, 91 (26), 266101.

40. Admassie, S.; Zhang, F.; Manoj, A. G.; Svensson, M.; Andersson, M. R.; Inganäs, O., A polymer photodiode using vapour-phase polymerized PEDOT as an anode. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 2006, 90 (2), 133-141.

41. Manoj, A. G.; Narayan, K. S., Opto-electrical processes in a conducting polymer–bacteriorhodopsin system. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2004, 19 (9), 1067-1074.

42. Basavaraj, V. K.; Manoj, A. G.; Narayan, K. S. Solution processing of active semiconducting polymers and conducting polymer anodes for fabricating photodetectors IEE Proceedings - Circuits, Devices and Systems [Online], 2003, p. 552-555. https://digital-library.theiet.org/content/journals/10.1049/ip-cds_20030947.

43. Manoj, A. G.; Narayan, K. S., Voltage-controlled spectral tuning of photoelectric signals in a conducting polymer-bacteriorhodopsin device. Applied Physics Letters 2003, 83 (17), 3614-3616.

44. Manoj, A. G.; Alagiriswamy, A. A.; Narayan, K. S., Photogenerated charge carrier transport in p-polymer n-polymer bilayer structures. Journal of Applied Physics 2003, 94 (6), 4088-4095.

45. Manoj, A. G.; Narayan, K. S., Photovoltaic properties of polymer p–n junctions made with P3OT/BBL bilayers. Optical Materials 2003, 21 (1), 417-420.

46. Narayan, K. S.; Manoj, A. G.; Singh, T. B.; Alagiriswamy, A. A., Novel strategies for polymer based light sensors. Thin Solid Films 2002, 417 (1), 75-77.

47. Manoj, A. G.; Narayan, K. S.; Gowri, R.; Ramakrishnan, S., Photophysics of PPV derivatives with varying conjugation lengths. Synthetic Metals 1999, 101 (1), 255-256.

48. Narayan, K. S.; Manoj, A. G.; Nanda, J.; Sarma, D. D., Dual function hybrid polymer-nanoparticle devices. Applied Physics Letters 1999, 74 (6), 871-873.

49. Narayan, K. S.; Manoj, A. G.; Nanda, J.; Kuruvilla, B. A.; Sarma, D. D.; Claflin, B.; Lucovsky, G.; Claflin, B.; Lucovsky, G., Optical and Electronic Properties of Conjugated Polymer -Nanocluster Semiconductor Hybrid Systems. MRS Proceedings 1998, 519, 265.