|Job Advertisement:||ESR-10: PhD at Heliatek Gmbh, Germany|
|Topic:||The influence of spin on the competition between charge extraction and recombination in vacuum processed organic solar cells|
|Supervisor:||Dr. K. Walzer|
|Application date:||CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS|
|Starting Date:||No later than 1 October 2017|
The influence of spin on the competition between charge extraction and recombination in vacuum processed organic solar cells
The candidate will fabricate of organic thin films and complete organic solar cells using vacuum deposition. The energy losses, as well as charge and triplet state dynamics during the generation, recombination and extraction of charge carriers will probed. The identification and investigation of the triplet back recombination and the quantification of this process will help to understand the interplay between molecular design and energy losses in the photovoltaic devices.
Internships (Secondments) at TUD for transport and recombination measurements and RUG for ultrafast spectroscopic measurements, are planned.
The candidate should have a background in solid state physics and/or experimental physics.
The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the nine leading technical universities in Germany. In 2012, it became one of the eleven German universities funded by the excellence initiative for outstanding performance and achievements in research and teaching. Today, about 35,000 students, about 10% from abroad, are enrolled. The Institut für Angewandte Photophysik (IAPP), founded 1908, has been working on organic semiconductors since 1985. Currently, more than 100 people are working at IAPP. It has an excellent international reputation, spun off four companies, and its members have received numerous awards in the field of Organic Electronics, including the German Future Prize (endowed 250.000€).