Organic Electronic Materials and Devices

Ian G. Hill


Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science

Dalhousie University,

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Voice:  902-494-3897

Fax: 902-494-5191

We are part of the NSERC Photovoltaic Innovation Network

New!:  Postdoctoral fellowship available -- Click for Details

Opportunities for New Graduate Students

Our lab is part of two NSERC CREATE Programs

DREAMS - Dalhousie Research in Energy, Advanced Materials and Sustainability
NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program, aimed primarily at supporting a cohort of research trainees who will address important aspects of energy production/storage and sustainability. Researchers will play a pivotal role in renewable energy production and storage as well as the sustainable production of environmentally acceptable or re-usable materials. For more details about DREAMS, see

ASPIRE - Applied Science in Photonics and Innovative Research in Engineering

With a specific focus on nanophotonic-based telecommunications and energy applications, our Applied Science in Photonics and Innovative Research in Engineering (ASPIRE) program will show you how to transform your ideas into actual products, launch and grow a start-up, protect your intellectual property, navigate the law – and become more effective at securing employment.