5.15 pm @ seminar room 1.27 Von-Danckelmann-Platz 4, 06120 Halle
Dr. David J. Jones
School of Chemistry, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
SIDE-CHAIN ENGINEERING IN HIGH PERFORMANCE P-TYPE ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS FOR PRINTED OPV
The Victorian Organic Solar Cell Consortium (VICOSC) has had a two- pronged approach to the development of printed OPV. One arm has focused on the scale-up of the printing process, translating laboratory-based process to commercially relevant systems. This work has used commercial materials and off the shelf printers, where available, to develop a materials agnostic printing process. New materials, with suitable properties, can be “dropped-into” the program. A parallel program has developed new materi- als via a rigorous stage-gated process resulting in high performance n- and p- type organic semiconductors for our use.
We are interested in the impact of chromophore side chains on materials performance. There is a growing understanding that these non-core substitu- ents have a dramatic influence on the performance of OPV materials, where modifications alter, for example, the relative solubility between components, pi-pi stacking, interactions of the polymer chain with fullerene acceptors, and others. A better understanding of these interactions will allow better materials design.
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… can be requested directly from the office of the SFB TRR 102.
An additional offer to the childcare facilities of the city Halle provides the Studentenwerk in collaboration with the Martin-Luther–University Halle-Wittenberg from 06.05.2013 of care for children from the age of 2 monthsup to age of starting school for out of general opening times.
This care takes place directly on the Weinberg-Campus in the Kurt-Mothes-Strasse 8, Monday to Friday between 3.30 to 8.30 pm. On prior arrangement and certain occasions childcare is also possible onSaturdays.
For members of the collaborative research centre SFB / TRR 102 and iRTG, the cost of care is covered by the SFB/TRR 102.
The collaborative research center SFB Transregio 102 “Polymer under multiple constraints” at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and Leipzig University has been approved by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the second funding period. Polymer research of our scientists from the field of Physics and Chemistry is supported by over nine million Euro for the next four years. The Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification Leipzig (IOM) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials Halle (IWM) are also participating into our research center.
Read more at the press release of MLU (May 27th 2015; in german only)
All TPL’s of the SFB/TRR 102 of MLU are regulary invited to exchange actual information in the meeting room of Polymer physics and Surface Science in VDP3, 2.06. This meeting starts usually at 12.15 pm.
We would inform you, if the location is planned to be different.
||Prof. T. Thurn-Albrecht
||Prof. W. Binder
||Prof. J. Kreßler
||Prof. D. Reichert
||Prof. D. Hinderberger
Dr. Thomas Michael
Telefon: +49 (0) 345 5525819
phone: +49 (0) 345 55 25825
2nd Mini Symposium Thursday, 19th of May 2016 in Halle
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
06120 Halle (Saale)
SR: 5.09 (top floor)
(Tram no 4 or 5 to Straßburger Weg)
||Talk by Prof. Andreas Fery, IPF Dresden
“Responsive Layers made from Colloidal Building blocks”
||Talk by Markus Anton, Leipzig
“Spatial orientation and order of the distinct molecular
subunits in thin films of a high electron mobility n-type copolymer”
||coffee break (SR 5.10)
||Talk by Matthias Roos, Halle
“Protein anisotropy modulates the coupling between rotational
and translational diffusion under crowding conditions”
||Talk by Prof. Frank Schreiber, Tübingen
“Tuning Protein Aggregation Pathways and Dynamics by Charges”
||Snack buffet (SR 5.10)
Detailed program (short-edge printing)