Published on Wed, 03 Mar 2021
Dear cfaed members: New round, new luck! Once again, the famous cfaed SIC is open for entries! We are looking for your inspiring images 'from the lab': the most beautiful scientific illustration, SEM-Image, photo or graphic – feel free to be creative and illustrate your work in your way – or take a snapshot of your amazing science! The prizes for the best 3 submissions are: a Standsome high-desk positioner …and a large-size printed version on aluminum of your picture.
A selection of the submitted images will be used in our official PR-materials. In addition, there is also the chance that the most beautiful images will be displayed in the cfaed building (BAR) and in an exhibition that will take place in fall in the ALTANA Galerie, which is TUD's art exhibition space.
See more info about how to participate and a selection of 2020 entries
See more from earlier cfaed Scientific Image Contests on our Instagram channel
Published on Thu, 07 Jan 2021
Congratulations to Senorics! The high-tech spin-off company from TUD has reached the next big milestone on its way to the mass market. By receiving 2 million EUR funding through KET’s pilot line program (Key Enabling Technologies) from the Saxon government, Senorics will be able to scale their material sensing technology towards multi million quantities. This will allow them to integrate their technology into consumer devices, enabling everyone to experience the positive impact of material sensing.cfaed supported Senorics co-founder and CTO Dr. Robert Brückner in the PhD-phase.
Press release: https://senorics.com/press-media
Published on Tue, 22 Dec 2020
Published on Fri, 04 Dec 2020
in PRESS RELEASES
Joint research work between Chemnitz University of Technology and Technische Universität Dresden under Chemnitz leadership reveals ionic defect landscape in metal halide perovskites - publication in renowned journal Nature Communications
The group of so-called metal halide perovskites as materials has revolutionized the field of photovoltaics in recent years. Generally speaking, metal halide perovskites are crystalline materials that follow the structure ABX3, with varying composition. Here, A, B, and X can represent a combination of different organic and inorganic ions. These materials have a number of properties that are ideal for use in solar cells and could help to make optoelectronic devices such as lasers, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), or photodetectors much more efficient. With regard to the development of a resource- and energy-efficient technology, the relevance of research on these materials is very high.
Read more … Ionic Defect Landscape in Perovskite Solar Cells Revealed
Published on Wed, 25 Nov 2020
The TU Dresden has started construction work for a new office and laboratory building on Stadtgutstraße, close to the campus. For the first time, the university is also taking over the construction management under its own direction. By August next year, 1,200 square meters of office and lab space will be built. The Chair for Molecular Functional Materials, which is integrated in the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed), as well as the Cluster of Excellence Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter (ct.qmat) will move in.
Read more … Ground-breaking Ceremony for New Office and Laboratory Building at TU Dresden
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