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RLE Investigator Profile Video Series: Center for Excitonics

The Center for Excitonics is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Our objective is to supersede traditional electronics with devices that use excitons to mediate the flow of energy. Excitonics are quasiparticle excitations consisting of a bound electron and hole that mediate the absorption and emission of light, especially in disordered and low-dimensional materials.

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