Published on Fri, 22 Nov 2019
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Scientists of the Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials (IAPP) and the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at TU Dresden have developed a novel storage technology based on the combination of an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) and an insulator. This device allows reading the stored information optically as well as electrically. Moreover, the information can be added in portions - thus several storage states can be mapped in one device. The results have now been published in the renowned journal "Advanced Functional Materials".
Another novelty was related to the measurements in the test series: They were carried out exclusively using the innovative "SweepMe!” measuring software, which was developed by an IAPP / cfaed start-up of the same name.
Read more … pinMOS: Novel Memory Device Combining OLED and Insulator Can Be Written on and Read out Optically or Electrically
Published on Tue, 12 Nov 2019
Welcome to a new volume of the DCN seminar series offered by cfaed's technology platform Dresden Center for Nanoanalysis! It takes place on Tuesday, November 26. The next speaker is Dr. B. Layla Mehdi (Associate Professor, University of Liverpool). She will talk about "Quantitative Observation of Interface Dynamics in Next Generation Batteries".Read more...
Published on Mon, 28 Oct 2019
The European Research Council (ERC) is funding three research projects by young scientists at TU Dresden. Amongst them is research group leader Dr. Renhao Dong from cfaed's Chair for Molecular Functional Materials headed by Prof. Xinliang Feng. Starting 2020, Dr. Dong will receive the ERC Starting Grant of almost 1.5 million euros for his project C2DMOF - Development of Functional Conjugated Two-Dimensional Metal-Organic Frameworks over a period of five years.
Read more … Congratulations! Dr. Renhao Dong receives ERC Starting Grant for 2D materials research
Published on Fri, 25 Oct 2019
A warm welcome to Prof Yana Vaynzof who heads the Chair for Emerging Electronic Technologies! This is a new cfaed Open Topic Professorship created in 2019 within the Institute of Applied Physics and the Research Cluster cfaed – Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden. The research focus is on the analysis, development and optimization of novel solar cell technologies. Using a spectroscopic measurement method developed by Prof. Vaynzof, it is possible to map the energy landscape inside solar cells with a resolution in the nanometer range and over time. This makes it easier to identify energy losses and find more efficient solar cell architectures.
Read more … Welcome Prof. Yana Vaynzof!
Published on Tue, 24 Sep 2019
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Scientists at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at TU Dresden have succeeded in synthesizing sheet-like 2D polymers by a bottom-up process for the first time. A novel synthetic reaction route was developed for this purpose. The 2D polymers consist of only a few single atomic layers and, due to their very special properties, are a promising material for use in electronic components and systems of a new generation. The research result is a collaborative work of several groups at TU Dresden and the Ulm University and was published this week in two related articles in the scientific journals "Nature Chemistry" and "Nature Communications".
Read more … Bottom-up Synthesis of Crystalline 2D Polymers: A Dream Finally Comes True
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