Nikolaos presented his work on Perovskites titled “What determines the Open Circuit Voltage of Perovskite Solar Cells?”. Philipp showed his work on the impact of THz mobility on charge separation and lifetime titled “Investigating the Ultrafast THz-Conductivity in Polymer:Non-Fullerene Heterojunctions”. Natalie gave an invited talk on the generation of charges in organic photovoltaics.
Moritz Riede visited the Femtomat Group and gave a talk on open circuit voltage losses in organic solar cells.
Martina successfully defended her thesis titled “Microstructural and Electronic Effects on Ultrafast Photophysical Processes in Organic Photovoltaic Systems”.
Fabio Cicoira visited to present work on PEDOT(:PSS) based OECTs. Same day, completely different topic: Eric Bittner presents work on possible spectroscopy with entangled photons.
Lisa successfully defended her thesis titled “Polythiophene Derivatives: Conformational Control of the Photophysical Behavior”. Congrats!
Natalie gave an introduction into THz spectroscopy at the Centre for Advanced Materials in Heidelberg.
Natalie presented work on the role of crystal size on the photoluminescence properties of MAPbBr3 at the MRS spring meeting.
Our new paper by N. Droseros et al., Charge injection and trapping at perovskite interfaces with organic hole transporting materials of different ionization energies, is online.
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.