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)

DFG Gagliardi & Bandarenka

Optimization of electrocatalysts for fuel cell applications without alloying: a joint theoretical and experimental study

EU LION-HEARTED

Light and Organic Nanotechnology for Cardiovascular Disease

Completed Projects

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)