B Nanoelectronic Materials
Prof. Dr. Andreas Hirsch
Chair of Organic Chemistry II
Cluster of Excellence
Engineering of Advanced Materials
Low-cost, versatile electronic materials and devices
Two major types of materials including their engineering into ordered structures and devices are investigated:
The major trust of Research Area B is to integrate inorganic semiconductor and conducting particles together with multifunctional organic molecules, such a surface active and solubilizing molecules as well as redox-active components like π -conjugated nanowires, carbon nanotubes, and fullerene units as well as semiconducting and insulating polymers. The goal is to establish a universal tool box system with complementary components for the assembly of future nanoelectronic materials.