Published on Thu, 21 Jun 2018
Organic/polymer transistors can enable the fabrication of large-area mechanically-flexible electronic circuits and systems. In this regard, thermal evaporation through low-resolution shadow masks is a promising technological solution for the low-cost mass production of flexible circuits.
Read more … Organic/Polymer Research Path: A Pulse-Biasing Small-Signal Measurement Technique Enabling 40 MHz Operation of Organic Transistors
Published on Wed, 20 Jun 2018
The completion of the new cfaed building (south wing of Barkhausen-Bau at TUD campus) is largely done. While in some of the laboratories still a bit work has to be done, the offices are now ready for occupation. In May and June, many of the previously scattered cfaed groups moved in, including the Chairs for Organic Devices, Compiler Construction, Network Dynamics and Processor Design as well as the research groups "Biological Algorithms" and "Networked Embedded Systems". The team of the Dresden Center for Nanoanalysis (DCN) has also taken possession of its new offices and laboratories. The administration of the Cluster of Excellence can now also be found in the new building, occupying rooms I66, I67 and I75 to I78.
Published on Tue, 19 Jun 2018
Prof. Xinliang Feng, cfaed Chair for Molecular Functional Materials, has been announced as the winner of the 2018 edition of the EU-40 Materials Prize for his outstanding and innovative contributions to Materials Research in Europe.
We are very happy to congratulate Prof. Feng on this success!
Read more … Congratulations to Prof. Feng on Receiving the EU-40 Materials Prize!
Published on Wed, 13 Jun 2018
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How the bicep tenses is no longer a secret. In every muscle cell there are so-called myofibrils, which contract at the same time. They are responsible for muscle movement. Each of these fibrils represents an exact pattern of hundreds of identical units consisting of different protein molecules. However, it is not yet understood how these individual building blocks arrange themselves into highly regular patterns during embryonic development or healing processes. An interdisciplinary team involving the physicist Dr. Benjamin Friedrich (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden - cfaed, TU Dresden) has now acquired a research contract from the "Human Frontier Science Program" to investigate this question.
Read more … Muscle Growth in the Computer: International Team Wants to Unravel the Formation of Myofibrils
Published on Tue, 12 Jun 2018
The paper "Model-free inference of direct network interactions from nonlinear collective dynamics" by Prof. Marc Timme, cfaed Strategic Professor and Chair for Network Dynamics, co-authored by researchers from Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPIDS), has been recently published in the renowned Complexity Collection of Nature Communications. In this paper, researchers demonstrated a model-independent framework for inferring direct interactions solely from recording the nonlinear collective dynamics generated.
Read more … Paper published in Complexity Collection in Nature Communications
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