Material and Interface Analytics
In the Material and Interface Analytics department, we deploy and develop optical spectroscopy methods. These methods are highly useful for analysing processes and materials in fields such as solar, nano, bio or semiconductor technologies.
We are, for instance, able to examine the development of nanostructures in polymer layers for solar cells. We also analyse extremely small amounts of materials, e.g. from historical artworks, to identify the compounds of the colors the artist had once used. And we investigate the often inscrutable processes at the interface between different materials.
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Material and Interface Analytics News
- Conference on Optics of Surfaces and Interfaces (OSI-11) in Austin, Texas
- Colloquium "Nonlinear micro-spectroscopy using tailor-made femtosecond laser pulses"
Category: Seminars in Dortmund
- Leibniz Research Cluster seeks novel ways in bioactive compound development