Charge-Injection Barriers at Realistic Metal/Organic Interfaces: Metals Become Faceless (Printed Electronics Europe 2009)


Ms Mandy Grobosch, Member
IFW Dresden, Germany
 
Apr 08, 2009.

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Presentation Summary

  • Charge-Injection Barriers
  • Energy Level Alignment
  • Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Speaker Biography (Mandy Grobosch)

2004-2005: Diploma Thesis "Experimenrtal analysis of the electronic excitations in pentacene single crystals" at the IFW Dresden. 2005: Diploma degree from the Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau (FH). 2005-2009: PhD Thesis at the IFW Dresden about "Determination of the electronic properties at application relevant interfaces using photoelectron spectroscopy", not finished up to now.

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The Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden - in short IFW Dresden - is a non-university research institute and a member of the Leibniz Association. It is concerned with modern materials science and combines explorative research in physics, chemistry and materials science with technological development of new materials and products.
 
The research program is focussed on functional materials which hold a key position in many fields of application: superconducting and magnetic materials, thin film systems and nanostructures as well as crystalline and amorphous materials. Further missions of the Institute are the promotion of young scientists and the training of technical staff as well as supplying industrial companies with the Institute's R&D know-how and experience.
 
The IFW Dresden was founded on January 1, 1992 transforming the former Academy Institute to an Institute of the 'Blaue Liste'. It emerged from the largest materials science center of the former GDR, which was at the time already internationally acknowledged. Since then the IFW developed into a leading institute in selected topics of materials science.
 
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