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
Enlightening and flexing memories
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Advanced Materials Competition Application open!
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Forging new products in electronics, optics and photonics
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The DZLM goes into the second round
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Construction work on IRIS Research Building started
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EVENTS
30.06.2016
IKZ-Colloquium: Dr. R Schmidt-Grund (U Leipzig) on "Ellipsometry: From Electronic Properties to Surface Structures"
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07.07.2016
Berliner Physikalisches Kolloquium: Prof. K. Reuter (Technische Universität München) on "Bewegliche und gebundene Elektronen in der Computer-gestützten Energieforschung"
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12.07.2016
CRC 647-Seminar: Prof. M Spradlin (Brown University) on "Cluster algebras and scattering amplitudes" and Dr. C. Wen (Universita di Roma) on "Dirac isospectrality of lens spaces"
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12.07.2016
Colloquium of the Department of Physics: Prof. Mei Bai, PhD (Forschungszentrum Jülich) on "Funs and Challenges with Polarized Beams"
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SCIENTIFIC HIGHLIGHTS
 
Enlightening and flexing memories
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Reproducibility in density functional theory calculations of solids
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Doped organic semiconductors explored
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Flexible Nanodrähte: Berlin-Grazer Wissenschaftlerteam entwickelt molekulare Drähte mit hoher Leitfähigkeit und Biegsamkeit
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Mehr Photonen durch optische Nanofaser
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Efficient light emission from inorganic and organic semiconductor hybrid structures by energy-level tuning
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Optically addressable transistors by mixing small molecule semiconductors and photoswitches
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