Events at HZB
Management of the Coulomb interaction in organic LEDs and solar cells
Prof. Sir Richard Friend
Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK
π-conjugated organic molecules and polymers now provide a set of well-performing semiconductors that support devices, including light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as used in smart-phone displays and lighting, field-effect transistors (FETs) and photovoltaic diodes (PVs). These are attractive materials to manufacture, particularly for large-area applications where they can be processed by direct printing,
Wir öffnen zur Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften unsere Türen und geben Ihnen spannende Einblicke in unsere Forschung. Begeben Sie sich auf eine spannende Reise durch die moderne Forschung mit vielen Informationsständen. Unser Schülerlabor lädt Kinder und Jugendliche zu Mitmach-Experimenten ein.
19.03.2018 - 20.03.2018
Radisson blu Berlin
Experts from the construction industry, photovoltaic research field, and the financial sector discuss innovative solutions for solar facades in combination with energy efficiency in buildings and cities.PDF document
01.03.2018 - 09.03.2018
This school is primarily aimed at advanced students who have completed their Bachelor degree in physical, engineering and life sciences, and early stage researchers, e.g., PhD students and postdocs. The course is part of the curriculum of the Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences at the Technical University Berlin.
Events (with participation of external organizers)
05.06.2018 - 08.06.2018
9th International Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics and Chemistry – Berlin
The International meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics and Chemistry (IMAMPC) was first held in Madrid in 2010. After editions in Rennes (France) in 2011, Pisa (Italy) in 2012, Lille (France) in 2013, Salamanca (Spain) in 2014, Birmingham (UK) in 2015, Le Havre (France)
Institute - Silicon Photovoltaics
Can we use time-resolved measurements to get Steady-State Transport data for Halide Perovskites ?
Institut Silizium Photovoltaik,
Vortragssaal, Raum 227, 1. OG,
Weizmann Institute, Israel
Investigation of film formation and material quality of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites using scalable deposition methods
Institut Silizium Photovoltaik
Vortragssaal Raum 227, 1. OG
Advanced modelling of E/UIPV systems from location to load
Attention: Different location!
PVcomB, Schwarzschildstraße 3, 12489 Berlin, Geb. 19.5;
PVcomB lecture hall (“Kleine Pause”)
Prof. Dr. Olindo Isabella
Delft University, Group “Photovoltaics Materials and Devices”; Niederlande
Advanced photovoltaic converters - materials science at interfaces
Kekuléstraße 5, 12489 Berlin
(Einlass über Klingelknopf "a")
Prof. Wolfram Jaegermann
Surface Science Division, Materials Science, TU Darmstadt
Joint Research Group - Molecular Systems
Optoelectronic Perovskite Materials - Opportunities and Challenges for a Sustainable Energy Future
IRIS-Building, room 007 (ground floor), Zum Großen Windkanal 6, 12489 Berlin
Dr. Michael Saliba
Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have created much excitement in the past years and attract spotlight attention. This talk will provide an overview on the reasons for this development highlighting the historic development as well as the specific material properties that make perovskites so attractive for the research community.PDF document
Institute - Methods and Instrumentation for Synchrotron Radiation Research
22.04.2018 - 27.04.2018
The Helmholtz Virtual Institute Dynamic Pathways in Multidimensional Landscapes' Young Investigators Workshop 2018
Eibsee Hotel, Grainau, Germany
Institute - Acceleration Physics
12.06.2018 - 14.06.2018
Institute - Methods for Material Development
In this interdisciplinary workshop, various aspects involving carbon-liquid interface will be discussed ranging from new methods enabling in situ
characterization and simulation of nanomaterials in liquid to development of new applications. A special emphasis will be given to the characterization of photo- and electrochemical processes occurring at the surface of carbon nanomaterials in aqueous
Institute - Functional Oxides for Energy Efficient IT
11.06.2018 - 14.06.2018
Center of Berlin at the Park Inn Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
WODIM is a biennial event, which brings together chemists, physicists, technologists and electrical engineers from around the world to discuss the newest developments in all aspects of dielectric films & nanostructures in electronics as well as in new fields where dielectrics on semiconductor or metal provide energy-efficient functionalities.
Scientific-Technical Infrastructure 1
02.09.2018 - 06.09.2018
Seminaris SeeHotel Potsdam
In approximately three months, from 2. to 6. September 2018, the 10th International Workshop on Sample Environment at Scattering Facilities
is celebrating its 10th edition and will be held in Potsdam and Berlin, Germany. The workshop is held under the patronage of the International Society for Sample Environment
(ISSE) and will focus on two main topics:
28.06.2018 - 29.06.2018
You are a young polymer chemist, a chemical engineer or a biologist? You are crazy about your research, but you would also like to know more about industrial innovation processes? You are a team player and you truly believe that one can achieve way more by working together? You are both creative and open to your team-mates’ new ideas? You would like to tackle big challenges in the fields of smart polymers, additive manufacturing & engineering and bio-based polymers?
The two-day Leibniz Young Polymer Scientist Forum provides a forum to sharpen current scientific questions, to identify new challenges and to team up in order to tackle these challenges.
PhD students and postdocs who recently finished their PhD thesis are encouraged to apply for participation (Deadline: April 30).
03.07.2018 - 03.07.2018
LMC H 101 (Hörsaal, max. 190 Personen)
Festkolloquium zum 20 jährigem Bestehen der Augentumortherapie am HZB mit Kurzvorträgen und Festvortrag (Programm siehe PDF).
Begrenzte Plätze - Anmeldung ist erforderlich.