Deutsch Intern
Experimental Physics VI


  • "Potential der Perowskit-Photovoltaik: Untersuchung relevanter physikalischer Parameter und Materialeigenschaften sowie effizienzlimitierender Faktoren in Hybrid-Perowskit-Solarzellen (HYPER)", Förderkennzeichen 03SF0514A, Project partners: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, ZAE Bayern, Technische Universität Chemnitz, 2016-2019

  • „Lead-free Double Perovskite Materials for Photovoltaic Applications“, DFG Schwerpunktprogramm 2196 „Perovskite Semiconductors“, DY18/15-1, 2019-2022

  • „Improving intrinsic stability of perovskite solar cells by additives“, D-A-CH Projekt , DFG Schwerpunktprogramm 2196 „Perovskite Semiconductors“,  DY 18/14-1, 2019-2022

  • DFG-FWF (D-A-CH) Project "Quantum Control of Spin Centers in Silicon Carbide with Microcavities" (AS 310/5-1), 2017-2020
  • DFG-RSF Project "Polytype and isotope engineering of silicon carbide for quantum microwave amplifiers". Our partner is Dr. Eugen Mokhov from Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, (DY 18/13-1), 2016-2019
  • "Molekulare Biradikale: Struktur, Eigenschaften und Reaktivität." A joint effort of the faculties of Chemistry and Physics at Uni Würzburg, DFG Graduiertenkolleg GRK 2112, 2015-2018

  • "Spins for Efficient Photovoltaic Devices based on Organic Molecules - SEPOMO." Cooperation with 11 partners from universities, research institutes and industry. Funded within Horizon 2020 - Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN), 2016-2020

  • DIABASE - "Highly sensitive diamond and carborundum nano-sensors and bio-markers with NIR optical addressability". Cooperation partners: Würzburg / Germany (as Coordinator), Ulm and Stuttgart / Germany, Moscow and St. Petersburg/ Russia, Vienna / Austria, Krakow / Poland, Tallin / Estonia, Turku / Finland. Funding provided by the ERA.Net RUS Plus initiative. 2015-2018

Accomplished Projects

  • OPV-Stabilität ("Langlebige funktionelle Materialien für die Organische Photovoltaik"), 2008-2011

  • MOPS ("Massengedruckte Organische Papier-Solarzellen"), 2008-2011. Our partners are the Technical University Chemnitz, the University Wuppertal, and the Paper Technology Specialists in Munich.

  • GREKOS ("Einfluss von Kontakten und internen Grenzflächen auf die makroskopischen Kenngrößen organischer Solarzellen"), 2009-2012

  • "Polymer-Carbon Nanotubes Active Systems for Photovoltaics - POCAONTAS." Cooperation with ten partners: three from them from Bavaria: Prof. Dr. Tobias Hertel (Chemistry, Würzburg), Prof. Dr. Achim Hartschuh (Chemistry, Ludwig-Maximilian-University München) and our group. Funding provided by the EU within the Seventh Framework Programme, 2012-2016
  • EU FP7 project Sobona (Solar Cells Based on Nanowire Arrays). Our partners are Ioffe Institute (Russia), Universitat Jaume I (Spain), and the University of Liverpool (UK). 2011-2014
  • EU FP7 project Dephotex (Development of Photovoltaic Textiles based on novel fibres), 2008-2011
  • EU FP6 project solarNtype (Development of n-type polymer materials used as alternative to soluble C60 derivatives and their use in organic solar cells), 2006-2010

  • BMWi EXIST Gründerstipendium (Founder Grant) ("Entwicklung einer Ansteuerung für eine LED-Leuchte"), 2010