We are interested in organic and hybrid nanostructures. We have an interdisciplinary approach bridging material science, chemistry and physics to prepare and investigate in detail emerging semiconductor materials for optoelectronic applications.
One focus of our research is concerned with the fabrication and characterization of organic, hybrid and perovskite solar cells, where we try to understand the fundamental physical processes in these devices. The group is also investigating the role of interface layers and working on nanostructures for device applications including novel device architectures.
For more details about our research see the sections on Material Design, Characterization and Applications. You can also have a look at the wide range of state-of-the-art Setups and Equipment we use for our research.