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Dr. Matthias May

Dr. Matthias May

Physiker
Institut Solare Brennstoffe

Tel (030) 8062 - 42268 Fax (030) 8062 - 42434 mail matthias.may@helmholtz-berlin.de

Arbeitsgebiete

Elektronische Struktur von Halbleitern, Halbleiter-Wasser Grenzfläche, III-V Halbleiter auf Si für die solare Wasserspaltung, Ladungsträgerdichtewellen.

Meine ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1252-806X

Publikationen Publikationen - PDF

Veröffentlichungen

2018


Cheng, W.-H.; Richter, M.H.; May, M.M.; Ohlmann, J.; Lackner, D.; Dimroth, F.; Hannappel, T.; Atwater, H.A; Lewerenz, H.-J.: Monolithic Photoelectrochemical Device for Direct Water Splitting with 19% Efficiency. ACS Energy Letters 3 (2018), p. 1795-1800

2017


May, M.M.; Lackner, D.; Ohlmann, J.; Dimroth, F.; van de Krol, R.; Hannappel, T.; Schwarzburg, K.: On the benchmarking of multi-junction photoelectrochemical fuel generating devices. Sustainable Energy & Fuels 1 (2017), p. 492-503

2015


May, M.M.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; Lackner, D.; Dimroth, F.; Hannappel, T.: Efficient direct solar-to-hydrogen conversion by in situ interface transformation of a tandem structure. Nature Communications 6 (2015), p. 8286


May, Matthias M.: GaP- and InP-based Surfaces for Solar Water Splitting. , 2015
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Höhn, C.; Stange, H.; Müller, A.; Kleinschmidt, P.; Brückner, S.; Hannappel, T.: Formation of GaP/Si(100) heterointerfaces in the presence of inherent reactor residuals. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7 (2015), p. 9323–9327


Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Kleinschmidt, P.; Naegelein, A.; Paszuk, A.; Brückner, S.; Hannappel, T.: In situ controlled heteroepitaxy of single-domain GaP on As-modified Si(100). APL Materials 3 (2015), p. 126110/1-6


Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Steinbach, G.; Romanyuk, O.; Grosse, F.; Nägelein, A.; Kleinschmidt, P.; Brückner, S.; Hannappel, T.: Time-resolved in situ spectroscopy during formation of the GaP/Si(100) heterointerface. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6 (2015), p. 464-469

2014


May, M.M.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; Hannappel, Th.: Optical in Situ Study of InP(100) Surface Chemistry: Dissociative Adsorption of Water and Oxygen. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (2014), p. 19032–19041


Ramirez, A.; Hillebrand, P.; Stellmach, D.; May, M.M.; Bogdanoff, P.; Fiechter, S.: Evaluation of MnOx, Mn2O3, and Mn3O4 Electrodeposited Films for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction of Water. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (2014), p. 14073-14081


Sippel, P.; Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Eichberger, R.; Hannappel, T.: Electronic structures of GaP(100) surface reconstructions probed with two-photon photoemission spectroscopy. Physical Review B 89 (2014), p. 165312/1-8


Supplie, O.; Brückner, S.; Romanyuk, O.; Döscher, H.; Höhn, C.; May, M.M.; Kleinschmidt, P.; Grosse, F.; Hannappel, T.: Atomic scale analysis of the GaP/Si(100) heterointerface by in situ reflection anisotropy spectroscopy and ab initio density functional theory. Physical Review B 90 (2014), p. 235301/1-7


Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Stange, H.; Höhn, C.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; Hannappel, T.: Materials for light-induced water splitting: In situ controlled surface preparation of GaPN epilayers grown lattice-matched on Si(100). Journal of Applied Physics 115 (2014), p. 113509/1-7

2013


Abdi, F.F.; Savenije, T.J.; May, M.M.; Dam, B.; van de Krol, R.: The Origin of Slow Carrier Transport in BiVO4 Thin Film Photoanodes: A Time-Resolved Microwave Conductivity Study. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4 (2013), p. 2752-2757


Hannappel, Th.; May, M.M.; Lewerenz, H.-J.: Epitaxial III-V Thin Film Absorbers: Preparation, Efficient InP Photocathodes and Routes to High Efficiency Tandem Structures. In: Lewerenz, H.-J.; Laurence, P. [Eds.] : Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting : Materials, Processes and Architectures. London: RSC Publ., 2013. - ISBN 978-1-84973-647-3, p. 223-265


May, M.M.; Supplie, O.; Höhn, C.; Zabka, W.-D.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; van de Krol, R.; Hannappel, T.: Water-induced modifications of GaP(100) and InP(100) surfaces studied by photoelectron spectroscopy and reflection anisotropy spectroscopy. In: Kanai, Y. [u.a.] [Eds.] : Solar Hydrogen and Nanotechnology VIII. San Diego, California, United States, August 25, 2013 . Bellingham, Wash.: SPIE, 2013 (Proceedings of SPIE ; 8822), p. 88220M/1-7


May, M.M.; Supplie, O.; Höhn, Ch.; van de Krol, R.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; Hannappel, T.: The interface of GaP(100) and H2O studied by photoemission and reflection anisotropy spectroscopy. New Journal of Physics 15 (2013), p. 103003/1-17

2012


Döscher, H.; Supplie, O.; May, M.M.; Sippel, P.; Heine, C.; Munoz, A.G.; Eichberger, R.; Lewerenz, H.-J.; Hannappel, T.: Epitaxial III-V Films and Surfaces for Photoelectrocatalysis. ChemPhysChem 13 (2012), p. 2899-2909

2011


May, M.M.; Brabetz, C.; Janowitz, C.; Manzke, R.: The influence of different growth conditions on the charge density wave transition of 1T-TiSe2. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 184 (2011), p. 180-183


May, M.M.; Brabetz, C.; Janowitz, C.; Manzke, R.: Charge-Density-Wave Phase of 1T-TiSe2: The Influence of Conduction Band Population. Physical Review Letters 107 (2011), p. 176405/1-4