Q-Team 1: “Molecular Doping of 2D Electronic Materials“
Q-Team 3: “Investigation and characterization of p- and n-doped systems”
The dissertation of Dr. Raphael Schlesinger was selected to be published in Springer Theses, a dedicated book series to recognize outstanding doctoral research. His work, conceived and performed within the SFB951 at the Institut für Physik of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, was supervised by Prof. Norbert Koch, also member of IRIS Adlershof. The thesis unravels fundamental mechanisms governing hybrid inorganic organic energy-level alignment and its purposeful manipulation.These insights pave the way towards new technological control and enable usage of hybrid materials and interfaces in future devices and applications.
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H. Méndez, et al., Nature Commun. 6 (2015) 8560
R. Schlesinger, et al., Nature Commun. 6 (2015) 6754
S. Winkler, et al., Mat. Horiz. 2 (2015) 427