PhD ceremony: Ms. D.M. Jarzab, 11.00 uur, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen
Thesis: Physics of organic-organic interfaces
Promotor(s): prof. M.A. Loi
Faculty: Mathematics and Natural Sciences
This thesis focused on the experimental study of a variety of organic-organic heterojunctions that have applications in organic devices. Organic-organic interfaces are inhered for plastic electronics, which is promising alternatives to epitaxially grown, inorganic electronics. However, before organic-based electronics become widespread in daily live much effort is required. Not all organic semiconductors-based devices perform sufficiently to be of commercial interest. Thus, the understanding and the control of the processes determining the properties of organic semiconductors is crucial to the further development of organic electronics. In this work, by combining spectroscopy and microscopy techniques, the nature of the interactions between the materials and the influence on the final properties of the hetrojunction was investigated.
The timing, route, and destination for godwit migration is learned rather than innate. Researchers at the University of Groningen discovered this in a daring experiment, which has been published in the latest issue of the journal Current Biology.
The grant is worth EUR 500,000, of which Avraamidou and Sburlea receive around EUR 100,000.
George Azzopardi and Guru Swaroop Bennabhaktula from the Faculty of Science and Engineering have won the Ben Feringa Impact Award 2023 for their project ‘4NSEEK; Forensic Against Sexual Exploitation of Children’. In the ‘students’ category, Nine van...
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