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Adv. Mater. Interfaces
Adv. Mater. Interfaces
The Collaborative Research Center SFB 1083 of the DFG was established at Philipps-Universität Marburg in 2013. More than 80 chemists and physicists jointly investigate solid/solid interfaces of a variety of organic and inorganic materials in order to achieve a detailed microscopic understanding of the chemical bonding, the electronic coupling, and the dynamics of energy transfer for model systems of different classes of heterointerfaces.
Since 2017 the SFB includes groups from the Universities of Gießen and Münster and the Jülich Research Center.
In a joined publication, the groups of Ermin Malic, Bernhard Urbaszek and Andrey Turchanin explained the behavior of quasiparticles in composite semiconductor nanosheets The presence of bound charge transfer (CT) excitons at the interface of monolayer lateral heterojunctions has been a topic of debate in the literature. However, unlike interlayer […]
A research team including the experimental group of Andras Kis from the EPFL and the theoretical group of Ermin Malic demonstrated electrical control of the hybrid exciton transport in 2D material heterostructures. Interactions between out-of-plane dipoles in bosonic gases enable the long-range propagation of excitons. However, the lack of direct […]
Suguru Ito, Jens Güdde and Ulrich Höfer, together with the group of Rupert Huber in Regensburg and physicists from across Europe, observed the ultrafast birth, rise, and collapse of a Floquet-Bloch band structure. New material properties, at lightning speed and on demand – this vision moves a step closer thanks […]
In a new publication in Nature Communications, the groups of Gregor Witte (A2) and Ulrich Koert (A8) introduce a new concept that allows to control the mesoscopic shape of 2D molecular islands grown on weakly interacting substrates like MoS2 without affecting their nanoscopic packing motif. Hybrid heterostructures of transition metal […]
On the LernortLabor conference, the Chemikum and the Oe project of SFB 1083 was awarded with the LeLa 2nd price for the outstanding experiments and educational offer in Marburg. Pupil labs are central facilities in many educations and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) regions. They are constantly offering new […]
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