Our group participates in the SEPOMO network Supported and co-funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN Programme, the SEPOMO network focusses on research on efficient photovoltaic devices.
May 2020 Björn Kriete succesfully defended his PhD thesis, entitled "Exciton Dynamics in Self-Assembled Molecular Nanotubes". The degree was awarded with the distinction : Cum Laude
May 2020 Carolien Feenstra successfully completed her master research project entitled “Self-Assembly of Light-Harvesting Nanotubes”. Parts of her findings were published in PCCP. (The thesis dowload link will follow shortly.) Congratulations and well done!
April 2020 Benedito and Nong presented their work on the online "6th SEPOMO network wide event". Benedito Raul : "Excited State Dynamics and Exciton Diffusion in Novel Triphenylamine-Based Small Molecule" Nong Hoang : "Charge generation at interfaces of domains with different molecular orientations in organic solar cells"
July 12 2019 Artur Mannanov succesfully defended his PhD thesis, entitled "Photoluminescence and Raman spectroscopy of highly ordered organic semiconductor structures" : congratulations !!!
June 10, 2019 Björn Kriete wins the 1st prize for the best poster on the Next-Gen IV conference in Groningen. The title of the poster was : "Higly diffusive excitons in molecular nanotubes"