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
15 years Matheon
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Beating the thermodynamic limit with photo-activation of n-doping in organic semiconductors using “hyper-reductants”
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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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“Distinguished Award 2017 for Novel Materials and their Synthesis” for Prof. Norbert Koch
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EVENTS
13.12.2017
Transfer Lab with ICE Gateway at IRIS Adlershof
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13.12.2017
Colloquium of the Department of Chemistry: Dr. L. Mafra (University of Aveiro) on "Advanced solid-state NMR characterization of surfaces and bulk solids: from small molecules to hybrid materials" and Dr. M.J. Bojdys (CAS Prag) on "Materials 'beyond graphene' and mixed-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures"
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14.12.2017
Colloquium of the CRC 951 HIOS: E. Fortunato (U Lisboa) on "Metal oxide materials as a sustainable and viable alternative for low cost and high performance electronics" and A. Tkatchenko (FHI) on "What van der Waals can do for HIOS, and what HIOS can do for van der Waals"
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14.12.2017
Joint HU and HZB Public Lecture: Prof. G. Malliaras (U Cambridge) on "Interfacing with the Brain Using Organic Electronics"
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SCIENTIFIC HIGHLIGHTS
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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