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.
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- Kunal Datta will defend his PhD thesis entitled: “Mixed-halide lead perovskite semiconductors for multijunction photovoltaics” on Friday September 2, 2022 at 1.30 pm in Atlas 0.701
- Xuan Zhou will defend her PhD thesis “High-throughput computational screening of organic molecules for organic ion battery cathodes” on Wednesday November 9, 2022 at 11 am in Atlas 0.701
- Tom van der Pol will defend his PhD thesis “The optoelectronic characterization of organic and perovskite thin film semiconductors and photovoltaic devices” on Wednesday November 9, 2022 at 4 pm in Atlas 0.701
- 1 June 2022
A warm welcome to Hiroki Tomita who started his PhD today.
- 19 April 2022
The paper of Tom van der Pol "The intrinsic photoluminescence spectrum of perovskite films" in Advanced Optical Materials was accompanied by a nice back cover.
- 24 March 2022
Congratulations to Dr. Robbert Schoo, who successfully defended his PhD thesis Spontaneous charge ordering in partially hydrogenated, compressed graphene on SiC: Experiments on graphene pushed to the limits today.
- 22 March 2022
Congratulations to Lana Kessels! She received her MSc diploma today.
- 17 March 2022
The paper of Kunal Datta & Junke Wang "Monolithic all-perovskite tandem solar cells with minimized optical and energetic losses" in Advanced Materials was accompanied by a nice inside back cover.
- 15 March 2022
A warm welcome to Lana Kessels who started her PhD today.
- 17 January 2022
Bas van Gorkom's paper Revealing defective interfaces in perovskite solar cells from highly sensitive sub-bandgap photocurrent spectroscopy using optical cavities was published in Nature Communications today.
- 17 January 2022
A warm welcome to Clint van Hoesel who started his PhD today.
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