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 were that we could start experiments again after lockdown in May 2020.
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- Qi Zhang (DIFFER) will defend his PhD thesis "A computational approach for high-throughput virtual screening of organic electroactive compounds for aqueous redox flow batteries" on November 1, 2021 at at 11:00 h room 0.710 in building Atlas.
- 3 September 2021 Congratulations to Dr. Niels de Vries, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Topology and non-Fermi liquids in two-dimensional
- 2 September 2021 Congratulations to Dr. Benjamin Feleki, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Perovskite Solar Cells on Steel Substrates".
- 21 June 2021
The research of Junke Wang and Kunal Datta Towards the next generation solar cells features in the newest edition of the ICMS Highlights magazine
- 15 June 2021
Sietske de Louw, Stan Jaspars and Teun Nevels received their MSc diplomas. Congratulations to all three! The recordings of the ceremony can be found here.
- 11 May 2021
Zehua Chen, Geert Brocks, Shuxia Tao, and Peter Bobbert, published their paper Unified theory for light-induced halide segregation in mixed halide perovskites, in Nature Communications. It was highlighted on the TU/e news site.
- 30 April 2021
Congratulations to Dr. Subash Gireesan, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Modeling Novel Thermal Transport Phenomena in Semiconductor Nanowires"
- 21 April 2021
Solliance partners TNO, imec/EnergyVille and the Eindhoven University of Technology, realized a 18.6% efficient highly near infrared transparent perovskite solar cell. The latter, when combined in a four terminal tandem configuration with an efficient Panasonic crystalline silicon (c-Si) cell or with a Miasolé flexible CIGS cell, delivers new record power conversion efficiencies of 28.7% and 27.0%, respectively. Check this link for more information.
- 10 February 2021
In a collaboration between USA based MiaSolé Hi-Tech Corp and European Solliance Solar Research a power conversion efficiency of 26.5% on a tandem solar cell was established. The architecture combines two thin-film solar cell technologies: a top rigid semi-transparent perovskite solar cell with a bottom flexible copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) cell. At Solliance TNO, imec, and TU/e contributed to realize this perovskite solar cell. Check this link for more details
- 15 January 2021
Congratulations to Dr. Pieter Leenaers, who successfully defended his PhD thesis "Controlling the optoelectronic properties and structural organization of diketopyrrolopyrrole polymers via specialized design motifs"
- 15 January 2021
A warm welcome to Lois Fernández Míguez who started his PhD today.
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