Lectures within the next 7 days

Steering ultrafast processes in artificial photosynthesis

15. October 2015, 14:00 , 15:00

Dr. Annemarie Huijser

Being able to steer electron transfer processes is of crucial importance in the realization of efficient molecular photovoltaics and photocatalysts. Key parameters are the directionality of the electron transfer process, the ultrafast dynamics involved and the occurrence of long-lived charge separation. These processes can be monitored in real-time using ultrafast spectroscopy. In this presentation I will show that the nanomorphology of the complex plays a central role. Minor modifications in the molecular structure are capable of suppressing undesirable charge recombination processes from picosecond to sub-microsecond time scales. This impressive effect highlights the importance of understanding the interplay between nanomorphology and electron transfer dynamics.

Windlab - a research building is taking shape

Follow the construction of "Windlab" - a research laboratory for turbulence and wind energy systems with a "turbulent wind tunnel".

Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 "for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matterto David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane, and J. Michael Kosterlitz.


Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Institute of Physics
D-26111 Oldenburg

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