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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 96: Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics IV

Donnerstag, 19. März 2020, 15:00–18:00, ZEU 260

15:00 CPP 96.1 Single particle spectral functions of the Holstein model for organic crystals — •Michel Panhans and Frank Ortmann
15:15 CPP 96.2 Strongly anisotropic charge transport in crystalline polymer-based materials — •Petros Skopelitis, Michel Panhans, Sebastian Hutsch, Thorsten Arnold, and Frank Ortmann
15:30 CPP 96.3 Why is electronic transport in conjugated organic materials rather inefficient? From organic semiconductors to covalent organic frameworks. — •Christian Winkler, Oliver T. Hofmann, and Egbert Zojer
15:45 CPP 96.4 Explaining Charge Mobility Regimes in Amorphous Materials: The correction energy conceptMarkus Krammer, Chris Groves, and •Karin Zojer
16:00 CPP 96.5 Ordered phases of (A1-D-A2)n polymers: What can we learn from simulations?Deyan Raychev, Gotthard Seifert, Jens-Uwe Sommer, and •Olga Guskova
16:15 CPP 96.6 Predicting the reorganization energies of organic semiconductors via machine learning — •Ke Chen, Christian Kunkel, Johannes Margraf, and Karsten Reuter
16:30 CPP 96.7 Assessing Crystal Structure Prediction Based on Density Functional Tight Binding and Evolutionary Algorithms — •Sebastian Hutsch and Frank Ortmann
16:45 CPP 96.8 Accurate Phonon Calculations in Molecular Crystals: The Instructive Case of Naphthalene — •Tomas Kamencek, Sandro Wieser, Natalia Bedoya-Martínez, Johannes P. Dürholt, Rochus Schmid, and Egbert Zojer
  17:00 15 min. break
17:15 CPP 96.9 Numerical Modeling of Transient Electroluminescence based on Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence — •Jeannine Grüne, Nikolai Bunzmann, Sebastian Weißenseel, Vladimir Dyakonov, and Andreas Sperlich
  17:30 CPP 96.10 The contribution has been withdrawn.
  17:45 CPP 96.11 The contribution has been withdrawn.
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