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10.03.2020 Our publication "FDTD modelling of nanostructured OLEDs: analysis of simulation parameters for accurate radiation patterns" is a Springer Nature 2019 Highlight in the area of Physics.
20.02.2020 Publication in the journal: AIP Advances, "Magnetoelectric cantilever sensors under inhomogeneous magnetic field excitation
M.-Ö. Özden, A. Teplyuk, Ö. Gümüs, D. Meyners, M. Höft, and M. Gerken, “Magnetoelectric cantilever sensors under inhomogeneous magnetic field excitation,” AIP Adv., vol. 10, no. 2, p. 025132, Feb. 2020, https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5136239.
10.01.20 ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant for the project "BEAMOLED: Beam-forming OLED with nanostructured fluorescence layer" approved.
Martina Gerken receives an ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant for the project "BEAMOLED: Beam-forming OLED with nanostructured fluorescence layer".
08.12.2019 Article in the laboratory journal: "Vom Alleskönner bis zur Miniatur Produktübersicht: Mikroplatten-Reader"
05.12.19 Workshop „A shared digital future. New Collaborations between Germany and Silicon Valley"
Prof. Gerken organizes and moderates the workshop „A shared digital future. New Collaborations between Germany and Silicon Valley" in the Audimax.
29.10.2019 CAU students discuss the digital future in Silicon Valley
10 master an PhD students of 6 faculties of Kiel University visit under the lead of Prof. Gerken the German-American conference "Transatlantic Sync“ on 27.- 29. October in Mountain View, California.
17.10.2019 We receive a funding decision for the OPTOCHIP project from Schleswig-Holstein's technology minister Dr. Bernd Buchholz
Today we have the funding notification for the OPTOCHIP project from Schleswig-Holstein's technology minister Dr. Bernd Buchholz in the Tappendorf Horse Clinic. In the project, we are developing a portable mini-laboratory for infection diagnosis in horses with partners from Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg.
17.09.2019 Publication in the journal Organic Chemistry Frontiers
"Conjugated oligomers with alternating heterocycles from a single monomer: synthesis and demonstration of electroluminescence"