Ph. D. Student
Department of Electronics Engineering
University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Via del Politecnico, 1 00133 Rome - ITALY
and C.H.O.S.E. Lab-Technopolo Tiburtino
Via Giacomo Peroni 400/402
Tel: +39 3393222348
Fax: +39 0672597939
Janardan Dagar is a Doctoral student of OLABs, Department of Electronics Engineering University of Rome "Tor Vergata" Roma, Italy since January 2015.
He did his M.Tech in Nanotechnology from University of Rajasthan India in July 2012. After that he joined National Physical Laboratory New Delhi India as a Senior Project Fellow (SPF) at working on organic electronic devices from Sep 2012 to 30 Dec 2014.
His interest for AQUEOUS PROCESSABLE POLYMER SOLAR CELLS: FROM MATERIALS TO PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES (AQUA-SOL).
1. "Effect of reduction of trap charge carrier density in organic field effect transistors by surface treatment of dielectric layer"
Janardan Dagar, Vandana Yadav, Priyanka Tyagi, Rajiv Kumar Singh, C. K. Suman, and Ritu Srivastava
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 114, 224504 (2013) (AIP Publisher), 10 December 2013
2. "Application of 2D-MoO3 nano-flakes in organic light emitting diodes: effect of semiconductor to metal transition with irradiation"
Janardan Dagar, Priyanka Tyagi, Razi Ahmad, Rashmi Singh, O. P. Sinha, C. K. Sumana and Ritu Srivastava
RSC ADVANCES 5, 8397 (2015), 15 Dec 2014
3. "Interface modified thermally stable hole transporting layer for efficient organic light emitting diodes"
Rakhi Grover, Ritu Srivastava, Janardan Dagar, M. N. Kamalasanan, and D. S. Mehta
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 116, 063102 (2014) (AIP Publisher), 12th August 2014
4. "Tunable field effect properties in solid state and flexible graphene electronics on composite high e low k dielectric"
Arunandan Kumar, Priyanka Tyagi, Janardan Dagar, Ritu Srivastava
CARBON 99 (2016) 579-584, 23 December 2015