FemtoMat hosted Prof. Dr. Loren Kaake last week for a talk at the Departement für Chemie, Biochemie, und Pharmazie!
Rishi, Gareth, and Kaila had a great time presenting our research on Organic Photovoltaics in the annual Scientifica event at ETH Zürich as part of the team for NCCRmust.
Demetra participated in the virtual ICP 2021 conference where she presented her work on Ultrafast Photoinduced Intermolecular Charge Transfer in Doped TAPC Films.
Kaila presented her work on the excited state behavior of non-fullerene acceptors in solutions, films, and devices.
FemtoMat is proud of our Women in Science! Check out our three PhD students Eva, Priscila, and Kaila in their contribution to the NCCR Women in Science campaign!
FemtoMat is happy to welcome Cedric Hoffman to our group of researchers! Check our “people” section to read about him and the rest of our team!
Olivier’s work on the effect of polymer sidechains on transistor response time was presented at the EMRS 2021 conference.
Natalie contributed invited talk on spectroscopy of organic semiconductors.
Kaila was able to present her work on Charge Transport in Non-Fullerene Acceptors at the Spring MRS 2021 Virtual Conference! The poster presentation can be viewed on demand as part of the EL.01.02 Symposium.
Kaila, Eva, and Priscila are working to inspire the next generation of women in science with their outreach work with the NCCR MUST! Don’t miss their video on YouTube this summer!
Discover the ultrafast charge transfer dynamics at origin of photoconductivity in doped organic solids by clicking here to read all about the work Demetra carried out with our collaborators in Noel Giebink’s lab at Penn State!
Julien’s idea on applying time-domain ptychography to Sum Frequency Generation spectroscopy has been published! Click here for the full article. Thanks to Tobias Schweizer and Prof. Thomas Feurer from the Institute of Applied Physics, and to Bruno and Priscila for the experimental support.