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Workshop on Transmission Electron Microscopy in Gothenburg

Sebastian took part in the inauguration of a new transmission electron microscope at Chalmers Technical University in Gothenburg, Sweden. The instrument from the Japanese manufacturer JEOL is one of the world’s highest-resolution devices and is particularly suitable for the investigation of soft materials such as organic semiconductors. It was made possible by the Knut and […]

Kick Off: The ReMorphOPV Project Has Started

The big moment has come, the ReMorphOPV research project is up and running! From this day on, over a period of two years, we will investigate elementary processes in organic solar cells. The aim of the project is to better understand how the complex nanoscale morphology and non-equilibrium transport phenomena affect the macroscopic device performance. […]

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