Contact

Prof. (apl.) Dr. Jürgen Weis
Head of the Nanostructuring Lab
Phone:+49 711 689-1329Fax:+49 711 689-1572

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Heisenbergstraße 1, 70569 Stuttgart

Organic Electronics

Organic solar cell.






Organic solar cell.
© C. Bruder BASF / MPI-FKF


The physics of organic solar cells und organic light emitting diodes has been explored in a common work with the company BASF SE in Ludwigshafen, Germany.


Publications

Efficient organic tandem cell combining a solid state dye-sensitized and a vacuum deposited bulk heterojunction solar cell
I. Bruder, M. Karlsson, F. Eickemeyer, J. Hwang, P. Erk, A. Hagfeldt, J. Weis, N. Pschirer
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 93, 1896 (2009)

What determines the performance of metal phthalocyanines (MPc, M = Zn, Cu, Ni, Fe) in organic heterojunction solar cells? A combined experimental and theoretical investigation
I. Bruder, J. Schoeneboom, R. Dinnebier, A. Ojala, S. Schaefer, R. Sens, P. Erk, J. Weis
Organic Electronics 11, 377 (2010) 

Theoretical and experimental investigation on the influence of the molecular polarizability of novel zinc phthalocyanine derivatives on the open circuit voltage of organic hetero-junction solar cells
I. Bruder, A. Ojala, C. Lennartz, S. Sundarraj, J. Schoeneboom, R. Sens, J. Hwang, P. Erk, J. Weis
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 94, 310 (2010)

A novel p-dopant with low diffusion tendency and its application to organic light-emitting diodes
I. Bruder, S. Watanabe, J. Qu, I,.B. Mueller, R. Kopecek, J. Hwang, J. Weis, N. Langer
Organic Electronics 11, 589 (2010)

Theses

Organic solar cells: Correlation between molecular structure, morphology and device performance
Ingmar Bruder, Dissertation, Universität Stuttgart (2010)

 
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