Published on Mon, 19 Apr 2021
Physicist Prof. Dr. Karl Leo from Technische Universität Dresden is the first German scientist to receive the Jan Rajchmann Award from the U.S. Society for Information Display (SID). With the award, SID recognizes Leo's "pioneering work on OLED displays, in particular the introduction of stable and controlled doping of organic semiconductors for highly efficient OLED displays."
Prof. Karl Leo, director of the Institute of Applied Physics at TU Dresden, served cfaed as Career Development Director, Principal Investigator and former Path Leader of the Cluster's Organic/Polymer Research Path.
Read more … Congratulations: Jan Rajchmann Award for Professor Karl Leo!
Published on Wed, 14 Apr 2021
PD Dr. Benjamin Friedrich, research group leader at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) and principal investigator of the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (EXC PoL), has taken up a Heisenberg Professorship for Biological Algorithms as of April 1, 2021. The tenure-track professorship is located at the EXC PoL at TU Dresden and is associated with cfaed and the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB). In addition, Univ.-Prof. Friedrich teaches at the Faculty of Physics. These diverse assignments already indicate the strongly interdisciplinary research at the new professorship.
Read more … cfaed Group Leader Appointed New Heisenberg Professorship for Biological Algorithms
Published on Mon, 12 Apr 2021
Researchers from the Networked Embedded Systems Lab at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at TU Dresden have developed a battery-free electronic device that can be used to automatically identify contacts of a contagious person, without needing to be manually recharged.
Read more … Battery-free Contact Tracing: Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic with Sustainable Electronics Systems
Published on Wed, 31 Mar 2021
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"How does transport become sustainable?" In the summer term 2021, the new lecture series -- "Mobility4Future - On the way towards climate-friendly mobility" -- will highlight answers to this question and will be guided by national and international experts. Our transport systems need to be transformed urgently: The transport sector is a major contributor to human-made climate change and is considered to be the cause of many ecological, economic and health problems, not least due to persistently high CO2 emissions, particle pollution or congestion. A growing world population and increasing urbanization make these problems more severe. Which means of transport we will use in the future, how and on which routes, whether we will be guided by algorithms and how much mobility and travel will cost: shaping the mobility of the future comes with many challenges.
Read more … Lecture Series: Mobility 4 Future - On the Way Towards Climate-friendly Mobility
Published on Fri, 26 Mar 2021
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Researchers from the Institute for Applied Physics (IAP) and the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at TU Dresden developed a general methodology for the reproducible fabrication of high efficiency perovskite solar cells. Their study has been published in the renowned journal Nature Communications.
Read more … A General Approach to High-efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells
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