Dresden 2017 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 50: Poster: Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics, Molecular Excitations

Mittwoch, 22. März 2017, 18:30–21:00, P3

18:30 CPP 50.1 Solid state structure and charge transfer properties of D-A-D conjugated blocks: A joint experimental-theoretical approachDeyan Raychev, Yevhen Karpov, Anton Kiriy, Jörg Grenzer, Jens-Uwe Sommer, and •Olga Guskova
18:30 CPP 50.2 Self-organization of liquid spread polymers for organic photovoltaics studied by 2d polarization microscopy — •Daniela Täuber, Wanzhu Cai, Olle Inganäs, and Ivan Scheblykin
18:30 CPP 50.3 Imidazo[1,5-a]pyridines as Light Emitting Materials — •Jasmin Martha Herr, Georg Albrecht, Julia Schulze, Derck Schlettwein, and Richard Göttlich
18:30 CPP 50.4 Thin Films of Imidazo[1,5-a]pyridines as Building Blocks of New Electro-Optic Devices — •Georg Albrecht, Jasmin Martha Herr, Frieder Müntze, Richard Göttlich, and Derck Schlettwein
18:30 CPP 50.5 Ultrafast Dynamics of Charge Transfer in Polymer-Fullerene Systems — •Stefan Wedler, Thomas Unger, Heinz Bässler, and Anna Köhler
18:30 CPP 50.6 Investigation of ZnO scattering layers for OLED applications — •Dominik Schullerer, Lorenz Bießmann, and Peter Müller-Buschbaum
18:30 CPP 50.7 Investigation of an n-type conducting polymer for potential use in all-polymer thermoelectric generators — •Regina Michaela Kluge, Nitin Saxena, and Peter Müller-Buschbaum
18:30 CPP 50.8 Solvent Induced Galvanoluminescence of Metal-Organic Framework Electroluminescent Diodes — •Haonan Huang, Michelle Beuchel, Dago de Leeuw, and Kamal Asadi
18:30 CPP 50.9 Comparison of theoretical and actual benefit of birefrigent layers in OLEDs — •Markus Schmid, Thomas Lampe, and Wolfgang Brütting
18:30 CPP 50.10 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Perylene Bisimide Dimers — •Sebastian Johannes Müller, Axel Bourdick, and Stephan Gekle
18:30 CPP 50.11 Proton Beam Writing in Alq3 — •Clemens Beckmann, Alrik Stegmaier, Ulrich Vetter, and Hans Hofsäss
18:30 CPP 50.12 Influencing emitter orientation in solution processed guest-host-sytems — •Philippe Linsmayer, Thomas Lampe, and Wolfgang Brütting
18:30 CPP 50.13 controlling excitons in exciplex host systems for efficient white OLEDs — •Yuan Liu, Simone Lenk, Karl Leo, and Sebastian Reineke
18:30 CPP 50.14 Efficient Deep-blue Pyridimidine-based TADF Emitters Using a Highly Twisted Molecular Skeleton — •Ryutaro Komatsu, Tatsuya Ohsawa, Hisahiro Sasabe, Kohei Nakao, Yuya Hayasaka, and Junji Kido
18:30 CPP 50.15 Influence of sidechains on the aggregation behavior of polythiophenes — •Konstantin Schötz, Tobias Meier, Dominic Raithel, Daniel Schiefer, Michael Sommer, Fabian Panzer, Richard Hildner, and Anna Köhler
18:30 CPP 50.16 Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence studied by Electroluminescence Detected Magnetic Resonance — •Sebastian Weissenseel, Nikolai Bunzmann, Benjamin Krugmann, Jeannine Grüne, Stefan Väth, Andreas Sperlich, and Vladimir Dyakonov
18:30 CPP 50.17 Towards high-mobility polymorphs in organic semiconductors — •Daniel R. Reiterer, Simon Erker, Egbert Zojer, and Oliver T. Hofmann
18:30 CPP 50.18 Degradation in polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunction solar cells due to charge carrier recombination — •Eliuter Nderimo, Arne Müller, and Veit Wagner
18:30 CPP 50.19 Synthesis and characterisation of the new emitters for OLED applications — •Ramunas Lygaitis, Olaf Zeika, Reinhard Scholz, Ludwig Popp, Paul Kleine, Simone Lenk, and Sebastian Reineke
18:30 CPP 50.20 Tuning organic solar cells via doping with inorganic nanoparticles — •Sebastian Grott, Nuri Hohn, and Peter Müller-Buschbaum
18:30 CPP 50.21 Investigation of Spin States Involved in Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence by Magnetic Resonance Methods — •Benjamin Krugmann, Nikolai Bunzmann, Sebastian Weissenseel, Jeannine Grüne, Andreas Sperlich, and Vladimir Dyakonov
18:30 CPP 50.22 Charge carrier dynamics in bilayer coupled organic-inorganic nanostructures — •Florian Grassl, Alexander Hofmann, Eduard Meister, Alexander André, Michelle Weber, Marcus Scheele, and Wolfgang Brütting
18:30 CPP 50.23 Structuring of insoluble polythiophene for organic solar cells — •Eva Maria Kratzer, Jenny Lebert, and Eva Maria Herzig
18:30 CPP 50.24 Hybrid quantum dots: poly(3-hexylthiophene) solar cells — •Wei Chen and Peter Müller-Buschbaum
18:30 CPP 50.25 Coupling of organic light emitting diode emission to planar waveguides — •Toni Bärschneider, Simonas Krotkus, Simone Lenk, Sebastian Reinecke, and Karl Leo
18:30 CPP 50.26 Investigations on Band Structure Engineering in Organic Semiconductors — •Katrin Ortstein, Martin Schwarze, and Karl Leo
18:30 CPP 50.27 A Novel Approach to Align Small Molecules Thin Films by Light-Directed Molecular Self-Assembly — •Andika Asyuda, Linus Pithan, Anton Zykov, Andreas Opitz, and Stefan Kowarik
18:30 CPP 50.28 Fabrication of organic nanowires by melt infiltration of a discotic liquid crystal: A combined X-ray diffraction and optical birefringence study — •Kathrin Sentker, Arda Yildirim, Andreas Schönhals, and Patrick Huber
18:30 CPP 50.29 Measuring C60 diffusion in the low bandgap copolymer PCDTBT — •Denys Priadko, Thomas Müller, Christina Saller, Tobias Hahn, Julian Kahle, Steffen Tscheuschner, Peter Strohriegl, and Anna Köhler
18:30 CPP 50.30 Charge stability on polypropylene electrets with surfaces treated in orthophosphoric acid — •Jingwen Wang and Dmitry Rychkov
18:30 CPP 50.31 Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy on Different Samples of the Conjugated Polymer P3HT — •Viktor Messerer, Lothar Kador, Richard Hildner, Hannes Welz, and Hans-Werner Schmidt
18:30 CPP 50.32 In-situ polymerized PEDOT: Tos thin films for thermoelectric applications — •Mubashar Rafiq, Nitin Saxena, and Peter Müller-Buschbaum
18:30 CPP 50.33 Substrate Influence on the Formation of 2D-Polymeric Phthalocyanine Sheets — •Clemens Geis, Thi Hai-Quyen Nguyen, Pascal Schweitzer, and Derck Schlettwein
18:30 CPP 50.34 Current-Voltage Characteristics of Polymeric Phthalocyanine Thin Films — •Thi Hai Quyen Nguyen, Clemens Geis, and Derck Schlettwein
18:30 CPP 50.35 Development of a Procedure for the Synthesis of Two-Dimensional Polymeric Phthalocyanines Under High Vacuum Conditions — •Pascal Schweitzer, Clemens Geis, and Derck Schlettwein
18:30 CPP 50.36 Absorption Tails of Donor:C60 Blends Provide Insight into Thermally Activated Charge-Transfer Processes and Polaron Relaxation — •Johannes Benduhn, Sebastian Schellhammer, Fortunato Piersimoni, Dieter Neher, Donato Spoltore, Frank Ortmann, and Koen Vandewal
18:30 CPP 50.37 Direct Observation of Intraband Relaxation and Exciton Dispersion Relation in Perylene-diimide H-aggregates — •Wouter Koopman, Stefano Toffanin, and Michele Muccini
18:30 CPP 50.38 Analysis of charge transfer states at organic single crystal interfaces — •Sebastian Hammer and Jens Pflaum
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