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Smaller, faster, more efficient? – Review by A5 (Volz)
In their review paper, Andreas Beyer and Kerstin Volz describe in detail their investigation of novel composite materials, which may eventually replace today's ...

PI Seminar 2019 in Oberheimbach
As the first half of SFB 1083's second funding period comes to a close it was time for its principal investigators to get together to discuss in depth their ...

SFB 1083 in partnership with Chemikum Marburg supports Girls' Day 2019
SFB 1083's Ö-project closely cooperates with Chemikum Marburg e.V. by installing at its premises several new experiments and workshops providing hands-on ...

Organic monolayers can reduce contact resistances in organic electronics – Publication by A2 (Witte)
In a detailed study, Felix Widdascheck, Alrun Hauke and Gregor Witte from SFB-project A2 show how phthalocyanine monolayers can be used to control the work ...

New ways of controlling and analyzing organic reactions on silicon surfaces – Publications by A8 (Koert/Dürr) & B5 (Höfer/Mette) and A6 (Tonner)
In a joint effort, the groups of SFB-projects A8 and B5 used scanning tunneling microscopy for controlling the final products of a textbook-type reaction of ...

Student Winter School 2019 in Kleinwalsertal
For this year's SFB1083 Winter School 31 participants from all four member-institutions of our collaborative research center met from February 17th to 21st, ...

Molecular topology critically controls metal-organic interfaces in electronic devices – Publication by A4 (Gottfried), A6 (Tonner), & A12 (Tautz/Bocquet/Kumpf)
In organic electronic devices, such as modern displays with organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic materials connect to metal electrodes. The resulting ...

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