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New paper by Felix Talnack, Mike Hambsch et.al. on the topic: Thermal behavior and polymorphism of 2,9-didecyldinaphth[2,3-:2',3'-f]thieno[3,2-b]thiophene thin films.

You can find the publication here.

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Here is a new paper of Tianyu Tang, Jakob Zessin, Felix Talnack, Katherina Haase et.al. on the topic: Multimode Operation of Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Thin-Film Transistors Based on Solution-Processed Indium Oxide Films published by ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.

You can find the publication here.

 

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Congratulation to Dr. Yichu Zheng on successfully defending her PhD thesis with the title: "pinMOS Memory: A novel, diode-based organic memory device".

Yichu, it was great having you in the team. All the best for your future.

 

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Dr. Katherina Haase successfully defended her PhD thesis with the title: "Exploring the Use of Solution-Shearing for the Fabrication of High-Performance Organic Transistors". Congratulations!

We are happy that Katherina chose to stay at our Chair to continue her work as a PostDoc in the ESF-project: “Organic nanometer-scale morphology control”.

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Congratulation to Cecilia Teixeira da Rocha for the successful defense of her PhD thesis with the title: "Improved Organic Semiconductor Thin-Film Formation through the Addition of Vibrations to the Solution Shearing Method"

All the best to you, Cecilia. We wish you a good start into your new career.

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Franz Loose, Schüler am Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Gymnasium Dresden,  hat beim Regionalwettbewerb „Jugend Forscht“ am 06.02.2020 in Freital mit seiner cfaed-Forschungsarbeit den dritten Platz in der Kategorie Physik belegt. Mit seinem Projekt zum Thema „Herstellung biologisch abbaubarer Feldeffekttransistoren“ konnte er die Besucher und später auch die Fach-Jury begeistern.

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Congratulations to Rishi for successfully defending his dissertation with the title: “Investigation of Low Optical-Gap Donor and Acceptor Materials for Organic Solar Cells”.

Best wishes for this important milestone in your life and career. May there be many more to come.

 

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed), Press Release 24 September, 2019

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Left: Schematic illustration for the SMAIS method for 2D polymer synthesis (by Marc Hermann, TRICKLABOR). Right: High-resolution transmission electron microscopic image for 2D polyimide (by Dr. Haoyuan Qi, University of Ulm)

 

Our Colleagues from the Molecular Functional Materials Chair at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) have succeeded in synthesizing sheet-like 2D polymers by a bottom-up process for the first time. A novel synthetic reaction route was developed for this purpose. The 2D polymers consist of only a few single atomic layers and, due to their very special properties, are a promising material for use in electronic components and systems of a new generation. The research result is a collaborative work of several groups - including our Chair - at TU Dresden and the Ulm University and was published this week in two related articles in the scientific journals "Nature Chemistry" and "Nature Communications". Read the full press release:

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The 16th European Conference on Organized Films was held in July 2019 at Université Paris Descartes. Three doctoral students from our chair, Katherina Haase, Cecilia Teixeira da Rocha, and Jakob Zessin joined the conference. And that's not all - Cecilia also gave a talk on the topic of "Coating of smooth ultrathin films for Organic field-effect Transistors". The talk was honored with the "Best Oral Presentation Award" for PhD student talks!

The meetings at the conference were very fruitful in terms of collaborations for the Chair's work. Several attendees were very interested in our work with vibration and solution shearing for ultra-thin and uniform film fabrication. They mentioned setups of their own groups in which our project would be of great utility and we could possibly collaborate with in the future.

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Well done Nara, PhD graduate. We wish you all the best and success on days to come.