Organic semiconductors

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Brütting

Mail address
Experimental Physics IV
Institute of Physics
University of Augsburg
86135 Augsburg
How to find us
Phone: ++49 (0)821-598-3403
Secretary:  ++49 (0)821-598-3402
 Fax:++49 (0)821-598-3425

TADFlife Project
The Organic Semiconductors group is part of a European Horizon 2020 Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network "TADFlife - Using the smart matrix approach to enhance TADF-OLED efficiency and lifetime". For details refer to the project's website [Web-Link].

The completely revised and enlarged 2nd Edition of "Physics of Organic Semiconductors" by W. Brütting and C. Adachi is now available.[Wiley-VCH]


Recent Publications    
January 2019 State of matter dependent charge transfer interactions between planar molecules for doping applications
Beyer et al., Chem. Mater. [Link]
December 2018 Kinetic Modelling of Transient Photoluminescence from Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence
Haase et al., J. Phys. Chem. C. [Link]
September 2018 Electronically Coupled, Two-Dimensional Assembly of Cu1.1S Nanodiscs for Selective Vapor Sensing Applications
Maiti et al., J. Phys. Chem. C. [Link]
August 2018 Correlating optical and electrical dipole moments to pinpoint phosphorescent dye alignment in organic light-emitting diodes
Morgenstern et al., ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. [Link]
Enabling electron conduction in anisotropic hole transport materials for superior optical properties in organic light emitting diodes
Schmid et al., Organic Electronics. [Link]
Februar 2018 Revealing the interplay between structure and electronic coupling in donor/acceptor systems for organic photovoltaics
Belova et al., Highlights of the ESRF, Annual Report 2017. [Link]
September 2017 Emitter Orientation as a Key Parameter in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
Schmidt et al., Physical Review Applied. [Link]
July 2017 Energy Losses in Small-Molecule Organic Photovoltaics
Linderl et al., Advanced Energy Materials. [Link]
Energy losses
June 2017 Tunable Anisotropic Photon Emission from Self-Organized CsPbBr3 Perovskite Nanocrystals
Jurrow et al., Nano Letters. [Link]
Tunable anisotropic
Evidence for Anisotropic Electronic Coupling of Charge Transfer States in Weakly Interacting Organic Semiconductor Mixtures
Belova et al., Journal of Applied Physics. [Link]
May 2017 The use of charge extraction by linearly increasing voltage in polar organic light-emitting diodes
Züfle et al., Journal of Applied Physics. [Link]
Plasmonic Purcell effect reveals obliquely ordered phosphorescent emitters in Organic LEDs
Mac Ciarnain et al., Scientific Reports. [Link]
Low temperature processed NiOx hole transport layers for efficient polymer solar cells
Chavhan et al., Organic Electronics. [Link]