We had a wonderful visit and enthusiastic talk from Paul Meredith during his visit to FemtoMat!
Author: Kaila Yallum
Group Excursion to Lavaux
We had a beautiful excursion to Lavaux! Nothing inspires science like fresh air, lake swimming, and a walk in the vineyards!
Gonzague Successfully defended his thesis!
Introducing Dr. Gonzague Rebetez! What an excellent thesis, defense, and contribution to the field of bioelectronics from Gonzague!
Priscila, Isabelle, and Cedric contributed to the SCS Photochemistry Conference
Priscila had an oral contribution focused on her work on spectroelectrochemistry of P3HT; Isabelle won the best poster prize for her results of a spectroelectrochemical investigation of IDTBT; and Cedric presented a poster of his electromodulated differential absorption experiments on OPV blends at this year’s Swiss Chemical Society Photochemistry Conference
Natalie, Kaila, Gareth, and Eva present at MRS Hawaii
Natalie had an invited talk and chaired a session of the MRS Spring 2022 meeting in Hawaii, while Kaila had an oral contribution, Gareth won one of the poster prizes for the Organic Photovoltaics session, and Eva was nominated for the best poster award for her poster session.
New Research Published!!
Gareth’s most recent paper demonstrates the potential of machine learning as it applies to materials science and the prediction of material properties. Interested? Click here!
Introducing Dr. Gareth J. Moore!
Congratulations to Dr. Gareth J. Moore as he successfully obtained his PhD! Special thanks to his committee and external expert, Koen Vandewal.
Natalie presented at nanoGe!
Natalie was excited to virtually share her work as part of the nanoGe meeting this spring in the symposium for Charge Dynamics of State-of-the-art Organic Solar Cells.
Prof. Dr. Paulo Miranda visited FemtoMat
Prof. Dr. Paulo Miranda visited the FemtoMat group to work with us on sum frequency generation spectroscopy and explore the Swiss Alps!
New Work Published on Bipolarons in P3HT!
Click here to read Demetra, Priscila, and Gonzague’s work on the role of bipolarons in the short-range conductivity of P3HT!