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
Light-controlled molecules: Scientists develop new recycling strategy
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Professor Jan Plefka gets Creating Opportunities funding
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Flipping the switch on supramolecular electronics
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Chain reaction switches molecules in depth
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EVENTS
29.08.2018
Special Colloquium of the CRC 951: Prof. Y Tobe (Osaka U) on "Porous Self-Assembled Monolayers at Solution/Graphite Interfaces: From On-Surface Chirality to Molecular Lithography"
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07.09.2018
Advanced Materials Competition 2018
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27.09.2018
Symposium on hybrid inorganic/organic systems for opto-electronics 2018
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28.09.2018
Falling Walls Lab 2018: Preliminary decision in Berlin Adlershof
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SCIENTIFIC HIGHLIGHTS
Light-controlled molecules: Scientists develop new recycling strategy
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Light-controlled production of biodegradable polymers    
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Chain reaction switches molecules in depth
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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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