I'd like to work with solar cells made from organic material, and am currently leaning toward electrical engineering. I tried contacting Dr. Chen (mentioned here: http://investintaiwan.nat.gov.tw/en/news/200706/2007062001.html ), but have gotten no response. He is the only one at the Chiao Tung Dept. of Photonics involved in anything organic, I have also sent an email to the dept. at large (in English, I don't speak enough Mandarin to communicate in such a capacity sadly), and likewise await a response. I can easily get my electrical engineering degree, it would be the easiest with my current circumstance, but I am not sure how conductive this would be to my hopes of working with solar cells made from organic material. Dr. Alivisatos at Berkley told me it was an interdisciplinary matter and that electrical was on the table, thus it's an issue of optimization. Thanks for your consideration in the matter; I just want to get things cleared up so that I may take the optimal path, especially on such an important matter as education.