Julien’s idea on applying time-domain ptychography to Sum Frequency Generation spectroscopy has been published! Click here for the full article. Thanks to Tobias Schweizer and Prof. Thomas Feurer from the Institute of Applied Physics, and to Bruno and Priscila for the experimental support.
FemtoMat is so happy to welcome Fred back to the group to continue his work on Organic Electrochemical Transistors!
Nikos did an excellent job defending his thesis centered on his work with Perovskite Solar Cells! Dieter Neher was an excellent external expert for the jury. Way to go Nikos!
Natalie delivered an excellent talk on NFA Photophysics and Ultrafast Processes in Organic Solar Cells in front of a large remote audience at this year’s NanoGe HOPV online conference!
Ever wondered about polaron photoconductivity in the weak and strong light-matter coupling regimes? Good news! Demetra and Natalie have worked with Noel Giebink’s team in Penn State to publish a paper on that exact topic! Read about it here!
Nikos and Natalie have collaborated with Noah Strobel, Gerardo Hernandez-Sosa and others to publish research on color-selective printed organic photodiodes! Want to read more? Discover an application of these photodiodes and more HERE.
Yufei, Martina, Gareth, Philipp, Rishi, Kaila, Julien, and Natalie have published work on charge-transfer in low-driving force systems. Click here to read about the unbalanced, but still fast nature of electron and hole transfer in non-fullerene based organic photovoltaic systems.
Nikos, Demetra, and Natalie have published their work detailing the photo-physics of lead bromide perovskites which can be found here. Read on to discover how understanding the photo-physics of this interesting semiconductor can enrich our current pursuits of photovoltaic and light-emitting technologies!