Optoelectronics of Organic Materials
In parallel we investigate semiconductor nanocrystals, which show remarkable optical properties according to quantum confinement. By studying heterostructures with complex geometries we aim to effectively control single photon emission and charge separation. We are also interested in hybrid materials where the unique properties of the single components are combined to obtain collective responses.
Our research is performed in collaboration with several academic and industrial research labs.
- Ilka Kriegel
- Raphael Tautz
(Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Organic Semiconductors)
- Felix Deschler
(Charge Transfer Excitons)
- Dr. Enrico Da Como (Now at the University of Bath)
(Organic Semiconductors spectroscopy)