Research

Our group develops new knowledge and innovative strategies for research. Research projects are characterized by inter- and transdisciplinary approaches at different levels and scales.

Applications

Simulation of Organic Semiconductor Devices
Atomistic Quantum Transport Simulations
Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics

Method Development

Drift-diffusion models
Kinetic Monte Carlo
Non equilibrium Green functions 
Multiscale methods for charge / heat transport for nano-meso scale devices

IGSSE 11.02 CONTROL

Controlled Processing and Numerical Models for the understanding of charge Transport & Recombination in Organic eLectronics (CONTROL)

EU LION-HEARTED

Light and Organic Nanotechnology for Cardiovascular Disease

Completed Projects

  • DFG Project Gagliardi & Bandarenka
    Optimization of electrocatalysts for fuel cell applications without alloying: a joint theoretical and experimental study
  • DFG Project FFLexCom
    FFLexCom High Frequency Flexible Bendable Electronics for Wireless Communication Systems
  • EU Project EUREKA COST
    COST Action Multiscale in Modeling and Validation for Solar Photovoltaics (MultiscaleSolar)