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Organic semiconductors


Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Brütting

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Experimental Physics IV
Institute of Physics
University of Augsburg
86135 Augsburg
Germany
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Contact
Phone: ++49 (0)821-598-3403
Secretary:  ++49 (0)821-598-3402
 Fax:++49 (0)821-598-3425
E-mail: Wolfgang.Bruetting@physik.uni-augsburg.de

Open PhD Position
We have an immediate job opening for a fully funded PhD project on Charge transfer at organic semiconductor hetero-interfaces. Further information are available here .

DPG Poster Award 2019
Group Member Alexander Hofmann has won this year's CPP Poster Award with his work on Dipolar doping of organic semiconductors to enhance carrier injection

Poster DPG Jäger (Vorschau) Posteraward DPG Hofmann


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    
Mai 2019 Spontaneous orientation polarization in organic light-emitting devices
Brütting , Japanese Journal of Applied Physics [Link]
April 2019 Organic LEDs and solar cells united
Brütting , Nature Materials [Link]
March 2019 Manipulating the Transition Dipole Moment of CsPbBr3 Perovskite Nanocrystals for Superior Optical Properties
Jurow  et al., Nano Letters [Link]
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]