A Rich Source for Future Functional Materials
The investigation of functional materials and their development into innovative devices has always been a central aspect of research at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The Molecule Archive’s compound library together with its network of providing chemists provide a promising starting point for the search of substances with useful physicochemical properties and application potential.
Among others, the research interests of our collaborators in materials sciences lie e.g. in the field of organic photovoltaics and the development of OLEDs (organic light emitting diodes), liquid crystals or highly porous materials.
Our Network in Materials Sciences
Institute for Electronics and Quantum Electronics
- Pascal Friederich
- Christian Koos
Institute of Functional Interfaces:
- Christoph Wöll
- Joerg Lahann
- Lars Heinke
- Manuel Tsotsalas
Institute of Nanotechnology
Institute of Organic Chemistry
- Frank Breitling
Laboratory for Electron Microscopy
- Yolita Eggeler
Light Technology Institute
- Alexander Colsmann
- Uli Lemmer
University of Heidelberg,
Institute of Organic Chemiststry
- Uwe Bunz
University of Mainz, Institute of Organic Chemistry
- Heiner Detert
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