Oct 18, 2013 | Atlanta, GA
Congratulations to the teams that competed in the 2013 Georgia Tech–COPE Research Video Contest! Videos were evaluated on their research content as well as the teams ability to present their information.
This year's Grand Prize is awarded to Keith Knauer and Ehsan Najafabadi for their video entitled, "Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)". The team is awarded the grand prize for receiving the highest overall score. Congratulations Keith and Ehsan!
Scores in the categories of research content and presentation were so close that all teams in this year's contest will share equally in the remaining prizes. The other teams receiving prizes are:
- "Ordering of Semiconducting Polymers for Organic Electronics" Choi Dalsu, JiHwan Kang, Nabil Kleinhenz, Ashwin Ravisankar, Saujan Sivaram
- "Thermal Transport in Conjugated Polymer Nanotubes for Electronics Cooling" Thomas Bougher and Matthew Smith
About the Georgia Tech–COPE Research Video Contest
The Georgia Tech–COPE Research Video Contest gives students involved in the field of organic photonics and electronics at Georgia Tech an opportunity to present their research and compete with other students.