Simona Garon, Ph.D.

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2006 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Organic Light Emitting Diodes, Organic PhotoVoltaic Devices, Development of Nano-Biotic Sensors, Development of Abiotic-Biotic Interfaces
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Mark Edward Thompson grad student 2006 USC
 (Novel organic materials for organic electroluminescent devices and organic photovoltaic devices.)
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Garon S. (2013) From Meiji to Heisei: The state and civil society in Japan The State of Civil Society in Japan. 42-62
Garon S. (2011) Beyond our means: Why America spends while the world saves Beyond Our Means: Why America Spends While the World Saves
Garon S. (2010) State and family in modern Japan: A historical perspective Economy and Society. 39: 317-336
Garon S. (2006) Space project management lessons learned: A powerful tool for success Journal of Knowledge Management. 10: 103-112
Deng L, Furuta PT, Garon S, et al. (2006) Living radical polymerization of bipolar transport materials for highly efficient light emitting diodes Chemistry of Materials. 18: 386-395
Ma B, Djurovich PI, Garon S, et al. (2006) Platinum binuclear complexes as phosphorescent dopants for monochromatic and white organic light-emitting diodes Advanced Functional Materials. 16: 2438-2446
Tamayo AB, Garon S, Sajoto T, et al. (2005) Cationic bis-cyclometalated iridium(III) diimine complexes and their use in efficient blue, green, and red electroluminescent devices. Inorganic Chemistry. 44: 8723-32
Garon S, Lau EKC, Chew SL, et al. (2005) Metal (IV) tetras (8-hydroxyquinoline) (M = Zr, Hf) used as electroluminescent material and electron-transport layer in OLEDs Journal of the Society For Information Display. 13: 405-409
Furuta PT, Deng L, Garon S, et al. (2004) Platinum-functionalized random copolymers for use in solution-processible, efficient, near-white organic light-emitting diodes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 126: 15388-9
Holmes RJ, Forrest SR, Tung YJ, et al. (2003) Blue organic electrophosphorescence using exothermic host-guest energy transfer Applied Physics Letters. 82: 2422-2424
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