About the M2N research group
Welcome to the Molecular Materials and Nanosystems (M2N) research group. The M2N group is an interdepartmental research group at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), active in the Departments of Applied Physics and Chemical Engineering and Chemistry. It brings together researchers from these two fields and aims at establishing a coherent research and educational program on the physics and chemistry of functional nanostructured organic and inorganic molecular materials and devices.
- In this video you can see how happy we are that we can start doing experiments again.
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- Bart Saes will defend his PhD thesis "Unconventional chromophores for organic solar cells" on November 20 at 16:00 hrs in the Atlas building of the TU/e in room 0.710.
- Junke Wang will defend his PhD thesis "Interfacial, compositional and morphological engineering for single- and multi-junction perovskite solar cells" on December 10 at 16:00 hrs in the Atlas building of the TU/e in room 0.710.
- 30 April 2020
Dario’s paper Advances in Solution‐Processed Multijunction Organic Solar Cells was among the the top 10% most downloaded papers in Advanced Materials. Of work published in Advanced Materials between January 2018 and December 2019, it received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication.
- 30 April 2020
Dario’s paper Solution‐Processed Tin Oxide‐PEDOT:PSS Interconnecting Layers for Efficient Inverted and Conventional Tandem Polymer Solar Cells was among the the top 10% most downloaded papers in Solar RRL. Of work published in Solar RRL between January 2018 and December 2019, it received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication.
- 23 April 2020
Congratulations to Prof. Peter Bobbert with his promotion to Full Professor at the TU/e in "Computational Nanophysics"
- 10 March 2020
Xander de Vries, Reinder Coehoorn and Peter Bobbert published their paper High energy acceptor states strongly enhance exciton transfer between metal organic phosphorescent dyes in Nature Communications.
- 3 March 2020
Congratulations to Dr. Aart Ligthart, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Experimental study of the exciton dynamics in organic light-emitting diodes towards an mechanistic description"
- 16 January 2020
Peter Bobbert co-author of the Nature paper “Classification with a disordered dopant atom network in silicon”
- 15 January 2020
Congratulations to Dr. Giulio Simone, who successfully defended his PhD thesis " Organic Photodiodes"
- 17 October 2019
Congratulations to Dr. ir. Gaël Heintges, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Influencing the photovoltaic properties and aggregation of diketopyrrolopyrrole based polymers via structural modification".
- 14 October 2019
A warm welcome to Alessandro Caiazzo who started his PhD today.
- 18 September 2019
Congratulations to Dr. Xander de Vries, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Charge and exciton transport in organic semiconductors: The role of molecular vibrations".
- 2 September 2019
A warm welcome to Mahyar Taherpour who started his PhD today.
- 1 September 2019
Congratulations to Christoph Hauenstein for winning the award for best talk at Krutyń summer school 2019