Natalie went to Croatia for the AOHM19: Advances in organic and hybrid electronic materials, Dubrovnik. She gave a talk on the Ultrafast properties of a self-doped conjugated polyelectrolyte.
Michael Saliba visited our group on 12.03.2019 and gave an inspiring talk in our group seminar.
Natalie and Nikos attended the final ITN conference in Valencia where Natalie presented a talk on Ultrafast properties of a self-doped conjugated polyelectrolyte and chaired a session, while Nikos presented a poster on optical properties of Perovskites.
Demetra and Philipp went to the “KAUST Research Conference: 3rd Generation photovoltaic technologies and beyond” to present their work in Saudi Arabia, where Demetra was awarded with the poster prize.
Koen Vandewal visited the Femtomat group and gave a talk on “Charge-transfer states for organic opto electronics”.
Carlos Silva visited the Femtomat group after the NCCR-MUST meeting in Grindelwald in January.
Natalie, Julien, Gonzague and Philipp attended the annual meeting of NCCR-MUST. Philipp gave a talk on sensitive detection in THz spectroscopy, Gonzague presented his project on OECTs and Natalie co-organized the scientific programme.
Aleksandra, Jana, Frédéric and Joel joined the group to do their Bs. and Ms. theses. Read more about their projects here.
Natalie presented a talk at the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston about THz conductivity in OPV systems.
Our new paper: ‘Influence of hole transport material ionization energy on performance of perovskite solar cells’ by B. Dänekamp et al., has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C. https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2018/tc