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Welcome to the Collaborative Research Centre (Sonderforschungsbereich) SFB 1083:

"Structure and Dynamics of Internal Interfaces"

The Collaborative Research Centre SFB 1083 of the German DFG was established at Philipps-Universität Marburg in 2013. The SFB consists of more than 60 chemists and physicists that collaborate in investigations of solid/solid interfaces of a variety of organic and inorganic materials. The aim is to achieve a detailed microscopic understanding of the chemical bonding, the electronic coupling, and the dynamics of energy transfer for model systems of different classes of hetero-interfaces. Since 2017 the SFB includes groups from the Universities of Gießen and Münster and the Jülich Research Center.


Coordinator:
Vice Coordinator:
Managing Board:
Office:
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Höfer
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Volz
Prof. Dr. Michael Gottfried, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Koert, Prof. Dr. Stefan Tautz
Dr. Helen A. Pfuhl


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Growth of extended DNTT fibers on metal substrates by suppression of step-induced nucleation – Publication by A2 (Witte)
In their study published in Nanoscale Horizons, Maximilan Dreher, Dayeon Kang, Tobias Breuer and Gregor Witte introduce and validate a new concept to suppress ...

Johannes Reimann awarded dissertation prize of Philipps-Universität Marburg
Congratulations to Dr. Johannes Reimann, doctoral student in SFB-project B6 (Höfer), for being awarded a prize by Philipps- Universität Marburg for his ...

Novel single-atom sensitive imaging – Publication in Nature Materials by A12 (Tautz)
The team of researchers from Jülich, supported by SFB 1083 together with external partners, has developed a new method to measure the electric potentials of a ...

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 ...

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Zuletzt aktualisiert: 24.08.2019

 
 
 
Philipps-Universität Marburg

Sonderforschungsbereich 1083, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Renthof 5, 35032 Marburg, Germany
Tel. +49 6421 28-24223, Fax +49 6421 28-24218, E-Mail: info@uni-marburg.de

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