Welcome to the Hybrid Devices Group
The focus of our research lies on electronic and optoelectronic devices (based on hybrid material systems as well as organic and hybrid semiconductors), additive and resource-efficient processing such as inkjet printing, in-situ nanostructuring and synthetic methods. Our research can be applied to innovative scientific as well as technological applications in the field of sensor technology, photovoltaics and optoelectronics by the development and combination of novel electroactive materials with tailored structures and new processing methods.
Prof. Emil List-Kratochvil is named as one of Applied Physics Letters' top reviewers as announced in Applied Physics Letters 111 (2017) 039801, http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4991645. Congratulations Emil!

The conference Hybrid Memory Devices and Printed Circuits successfully drew to a close as part of the SPIE Optics and Photonics 2017 in San Diego, California. Excellent invited speakers and contributions ensured high attendance and lively scientific discussion. For the final program see: http://www.spie.org/OPP/conferencedetails/hybrid-printed-memory-and-circuits.

Dr. Sylke Blumstengel successfully completed her habilitation with a public lecture on the subject of Metamaterials. Congratulations Sylke!

Matthias Runge successfully defended his Bachelor thesis. Congratulations Matthias!

Marcel Gawek successfully defended his Master thesis entitled "Untersuchung von ZnO/organischen Grenzflaechen mit in-situ Reflektionsspektroskopie". Congratulations Marcel!

Lukas Kinner reached 2nd place at the Falling Walls Lab Austria with his contribution on transparent electrodes. In the second round he therefore still has the chance to reach the European final in Berlin. Congratulations Lukas!

In the final stages of the PLASMAS project (plasmaseu.eu), a public demonstrator workshop was held as part of the LOPEC trade show on printed electronics in Munich, Germany. Please find here the public flyer, project video and newsletter disseminated as part of the workshop.

David Burmeister successfully defended his Bachelor thesis. The thesis committee consisted of Prof. Emil J. W. List-Kratochvil and Prof. Klaus Rademann. Congratulations David!