Dominic Raithel, a PhD student supervised by professor Richard Hildner at his previous university, the University of Bayreuth, received this year’s research prize of the DFG research training group "Photophysics of Synthetic and Biological Multichromophoric Systems" at the University of Bayreuth.
His research results are of great relevance to the design and optimization of new optoelectronic devices, like solar cells, OLEDs and transistors, etc. The annual prize worth 2,000 Euros honours exceptional achievements by graduates of the research training group. This year’s recipient is working at Infineon Technologies AG in Regensburg since October 2018.
More information about the price and his work can be found here.
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