We study materials and devices with micro-Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy and correlate their optoelectronic properties with their structural and functional characteristics.
The activities at ER-C-2 aim at providing an atomic-level understanding of structures, properties and fundamental mechanisms in structural, functional and electronic materials. A specific focus is placed on systems for energy harvesting, energy conversion and energy storage. Further fields of application include high-strength steels, lightweight materials for transportation, functional interfaces in composites and biomaterials and their technological counterparts.
Head: Prof. Dr. Joachim Mayer