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Our project aims at obtaining a detailed atomistic understanding of electrochemical interfaces from first principles.

Water/Solid Interfaces

Our project aims at obtaining a detailed atomistic understanding of electrochemical interfaces from first principles. [more]
<span>Multiple Exciton Generation (MEG) is a promising pathway towards surpassing the Shockley-Queisser limit in solar energy conversion efficiency, where an incoming photon creates a high energy exciton, which then decays into multiple excitons.</span>

Semiconducting Nano-Composites

Multiple Exciton Generation (MEG) is a promising pathway towards surpassing the Shockley-Queisser limit in solar energy conversion efficiency, where an incoming photon creates a high energy exciton, which then decays into multiple excitons. [more]
<span>Quasi-one-dimensional (1D) electronic systems are presently attracting considerable interest, fueled on the one hand by the search for fascinating collective phenomena such as spin-charge separation. On the other hand, modulation and controlled tuning of the electrical characteristics of nanoscale structures are essential for future use in nanoelectronics.</span>

Quasi 1D electronic systems

Quasi-one-dimensional (1D) electronic systems are presently attracting considerable interest, fueled on the one hand by the search for fascinating collective phenomena such as spin-charge separation. On the other hand, modulation and controlled tuning of the electrical characteristics of nanoscale structures are essential for future use in nanoelectronics. [more]

 
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