Imanuel Bier is a graduate student in our member Noa Marom's research group. His research combines his interests in quantum mechanical simulations with applied semiconductor research. He has been using computers to study the electron mobilities of organic semiconductors. This research uses a combination of quantum mechanical simulations with machine learning methods to identify correlations between the structure of an organic semiconductor and its electronic properties. He hopes to extend these techniques to molecular interfaces, similar to those found in thin-film organic solar cells. This research could lead to the discovery and design of organic electronics with enhanced electronic properties.