IRIS ADLERSHOF
The Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences IRIS Adlershof of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin explores novel hybrid materials and functional systems with so far inaccessible optical, electronic, mechanical and chemical properties. This research is connected to fundamental studies of structure and dynamics of matter on extreme length and time scales and in complex systems.

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NEWS
The first IRIS Roots-Day
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Julian Miczajka and Dr. Sven Ramelow were elected young scientist representatives
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Prof. Jürgen P. Rabe appointed to Advisory Committee of the Executive Board of the Einstein Foundation Berlin
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EVENTS
23.01.2018
Inaugural Lecture at the Department of Physics: Prof. C. Cocchi (HU) on "Light-matter interaction at the nanoscale: Optical properties of materials from first principles"
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25.01.2018
Colloquium of the CRC 951 HIOS: Prof. C. Ropers (GAU Göttingen) on "Structural dynamics at surfaces and in thin films probed by ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy" and T. Kumagai (FHI) on "Local geometric and electronic structure of a single naphthalocyanide molecule on ultrathin ZnO layers"
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30.01.2018
Habilitation-Colloquium of the Department of Physics: Dr. C. Bogner (HU)
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01.02.2018
Berliner Physikalisches Kolloquium: Prof. L.W. Molenkamp on "Topological Physics in HgTe-based Quantum Devices"
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SCIENTIFIC HIGHLIGHTS
Longer lifetimes for perovskite absorbers
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Beating the thermodynamic limit with photo-activation of n-doping in organic semiconductors
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Spiro-Bridged Ladder-Type Oligo(para-phenylene)s:
Fine Tuning Solid State Structure and Optical Properties
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Water makes the proton shake -
Ultrafast motions and fleeting geometries in proton hydration
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X-ray "movie" provides insights into the formation of molecular layers
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