Donggeon received his Masters (2011) and PhD (2015) from the department of Electrical Engineering at KAIST (Korea). His research was focused on organic photovoltaics (OPVs). His thesis titles were “Optimization of semitransparent inverted organic photovoltaic cells using optical modeling” and “A study on device structure tailored for highly reliable organic solar cell”. He joined the Arias group in 2015 and is working on printed electronics for biomedical applications, mainly on the printing of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).
Natasha received her bachelor and master degree in Physics from the Federal University of Paraná in Curitiba, Brazil. While doing her master’s, she worked on printed solar cells as an intern at the Palo Alto Research Center. In 2014 she received her PhD in Physics from the same university on the topic of organic solar cells and her thesis received honorable mention for the 2015 CAPES/Brazilian Government Best Doctorate Thesis Award in Physics. She joined the Arias group in 2016 and her research is focused on printed electrochemical sensors for health monitoring.