Young Investigator Group
The name of the Young investigator Group ‘Nano-SIPPE’ derives from the research topic Nanostructured SIlicon for Photonic and Photovoltaic ImplEmentations (Sippe: engl. Clique).
The main goal of the ‘Nano-SIPPE’ is the development of large-area silicon nano- and microstructures for photovoltaic and photonic applications. Aiming at basic research gearing towards future industrial applications we focus on cost-effective and up-scalable fabrication methods such as nanoimprint-lithography and high-rate silicon evaporation. The group is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in the program NanoMatFutur (no. 03X5520). The group is embedded within the projects Berlin Joint Lab for Optical Simulations for Energy Research (BerOSE) and the HySPRINT Helmholtz Innovation Lab (HySPRINT).
Information about our project which is part of the HEIBRiDS doctoral school can be found here.
Photonic crystals help quantum dots to convert the wavelength of light
Find out more about our publication in ACS Photonics titled "Nanophotonic enhanced two-photon excited photoluminescence of perovskite quantum dots" at http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsphotonics.8b01199