Zum Inhalt springenZur Suche springen

ModISC Seminare

ModISC Seminars

The monthly ModISC seminars will focus on the individual progress of doctoral research projects and on ensuring a common level of interdisciplinary understanding. For synchronizing the varying background knowledge of the PhD students introductory tutorials will be given during the first year about the faculty topics: Quantum chemistry, Spectroscopy, Preparative fundamentals and Principles of device fabrication and optimization. During the second and third year, the sessions will start with tutorials and or inputs on scientific problems arising either from current literature or the ModISC doctoral research projects. The seminars will be combined with the progress reports of the doctoral students. The seminars will conclude with a suitable topic lecture by an external guest.

Winter Semester 2022/23

ModISC Seminar October 2022

18.10.2022 Thomas J. J. Müller  

2 pm

tba

19.10.2022

Progress Reports  

2 pm

tba

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Dr. Anna Köhler,  University of Bayreuth, Germany
Strategies for enhancing Thermally activated delayed fluorescence

(Abstract PDF)

After the guest talk: Meeting of guest speaker & the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar November 2022

15.11.2022 Christian Ganter

2 pm

tba

16.11.2022

Progress Reports

2 pm

tba
3:15 pm

Guest talk

tba

4:30 pm Meeting with Guest speaker & doctoral students

ModISC Seminar December 2022

13.12.2022 Peter Gilch

2 pm

tba

14.12.2022

Progress Reports

2 pm

tba
3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

tba

 

After the guest talk: Meeting of guest speaker with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar January 2023

17.01.2023

tba

2 pm

tba

18.01.2023

Progress Reports

2 pm

tba
3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

tba
After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

 

Summer Semester 2022

ModISC Seminar May 2022

18.05.2022

ModISC Seminar

1:30 pm

 

3 pm

Klaus Meerholz

tba

Visiting of the laboratories

4 pm Meeting of guest & the doctoral students
5 pm

Guest Talk:

John Lupton, Faculty of Physics University of Regensburg

"OLED Magnetoreception"

ModISC Seminar June 2022

21.06.2022 Claus Seidel

2:30 pm

Lectures with interactive elements and questions:
Confocal fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy: Principles and applications - Part II

22.06.2022

Progress Reports

1:30 pm

Dragana Sretenovic (AG Seidel) -

Multi-exponential DF decays

Julia Wiefermann (AG Müller) -

Synthesis and characterisation of conformationally twisted fluorophores

Tobias Böhmer (AG Kleinschmidt) -

The implementation and application of the Vertical Hessian method

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Dr. Claudia Bohrmann-Linde, University of Wuppertal

From research to school: curricular innovation research in the context of energy / energy conversion

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar July 2022

12.07.2022 Peter Gilch  

2 pm

When and What – Time Resolved Spectroscopy applied to Molecular Processes

13.07.2022

Progress Reports  

1:30 pm

Christian Wulkesch (AG Czekelius) -

Synthesis of Chiral Ag(I)-Bisimine Complexes and Quinazolinone Blue Light Emitters

Philipp Schmeinck (AG Ganter) -

Luminescent Copper(I)-Complexes bearing an anionic N-Heterocyclic Carbene: Towards new TADF emitters

Mira Kubitz (AG Czekelius) -

Fluorinated Flavins

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Andrew Monkman, Condensed Matter Physics, Durham University

"How to make the near perfect better! Hyperfluorescent OLEDs"

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

Winter Semester 2021/2022

After the basic courses are completed, we continue with advanced courses and tutorials in spectroscopy, chromophore chemistry, computational chemistry, science communication and current scientific topics. Additionally, the doctoral researchers will give progress reports of their projects and guest will be invited for talks. The seminars take place as online meetings, unless otherwise stated.

ModISC Seminar October 2021

19.10.2021 Constantin Czekelius  

2 pm

Analytical Chromatography: A Practical Guide to HPLC- and GC-Applications

20.10.2021

Progress Reports  

2 pm

Oliver Nolden (AG Gilch) - Progress Report on  (Time Resolved) Spectroscopy of Copper(I) Carbene Complexes

Philipp Schmeinck (AG Ganter) - Luminescent copper(I)-complexes bearing an anionic N-Heterocyclic Carbene  - Challenges & peculiar photophysical properties

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Markus Suta

The Principles of Luminescence Thermometry: From Application to Fundamental Questions

After the guest talk: Meeting of guest speaker & the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar November 2021

16.11.2021 Claus Seidel

2 pm

Lectures with interactive elements and questions:

Confocal fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy: Principles and applications - Part II

17.11.2021

Progress Reports (in Seminar room 26.24. Level U1 Room 043)

2 pm

Wiebke Haselbach (AG Gilch) -

A TADF emitter studied by Time Resolved Near Infrared Spectroscopy

Simon Metz (AG Marian) -

ISC and Triplet-Triplet Energy Transfer in a Rigid Spiran

3:15 pm

Meeting of the Guest speaker with the doctoral students

4:30 pm

Guest Talk in lecture hall 6H

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Jan Meisner, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Theory and simulation of complex systems

"Automated Reaction Discovery"

ModISC Seminar December 2021

14.12.2021 Christian Ganter, Christoph Janiak

2 pm

Carbenes: how fleeting intermediates turn into stable and useful compounds (C. Ganter)

Metal nanoparticles: from luminescence to electrocatalysis (C. Janiak)

15.12.2021

Progress Reports

2 pm

Jeremy Kaminski (AG Marian) -

Quantum Chemical Investigation of Two Conceptually Different TADF Emitters

Lena Halbrügge (AG Banerji) -

Latest developments in project area D - towards hands-on-experiments and Science Communication

3:15 pm

Guest Talk: cancelled

Prof. Dr. Claudia Wickleder, University of Siegen "Lights, lamps and luminescence: from basic research to applications"

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar January 2022

18.01.2022

Christel Marian, Oliver Weingart

2 pm

Excitation Energy Transfer, Hyperflourescence and Hyperphosphorescence

Computational methods for complex environments

19.01.2022

Progress Reports

2 pm

Elisabeth Pankert (AG Meerholz) -

Avoiding thermally activated ring-opening of crosslinked dithienylethene in organic memory diodes

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Domcke, Theoretical Chemistry, TU München

"Computational discovery of novel N-heterocycles for photocatalysis and optoelectronics"

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar February 2022

23.02.2022 Amitabh Banerji

2 pm

lecture hall 6A

Presentation training

1) Recap: What did we learn so far about presenting and communicating science?

2) Analysing a progress report: We will analyse and optimise a progress report focussing on presentation and communication

3) Making of a Science Slam Lecture: Prof. Banerji will present his science slam lecture on OLEDs and he will give insight into the “making of”.

 

Summer Semester 2021

ModISC Seminar April 2021

20.04.2021 Christel Marian, Martin Kleinschmidt, Oliver Weingart  

2 pm

Practical Aspects of Theoretical Chemistry

45 min: "Beyond the Simple Condon Approximation for ISC and rISC" (C. Marian)

45 min: "How do we actually calculate an ISC rate?" (M. Kleinschmidt)

45 min: "Modeling of Environment Effects" (O. Weingart)

21.04.2021

Progress Reports  

2 pm

Fabian Dinkelbach (AG Marian) -

Modeling Excitation Energy Transfer

Christian Wulkesch (AG Czekelius) -

Straightforward Synthesis of Fluorinated Enals via Photocatalytic α-Perfluoroalkenylation of Aldehydes

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Dr. Daniele Fazzi, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Cologne

Modelling redox states and charge transfer processes in organic functional materials

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar May 2021

18.05.2021 Claus Seidel

1 pm

Lectures with interactive elements and questions:

Confocal fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy: Principles and applications

19.05.2021

Progress Reports

1 pm

Dragana Sretenovic (AG Seidel) -

Spectroscopy of TADF fluorophores

Julia Wiefermann (AG Müller) -

Synthesis and characterisation of conformationally twisted fluorophores

2:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Jerker Widengren, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Dept. of Applied Physics, Stockholm, SE

Transient state (TRAST) spectroscopy/imaging - a widely applicable readout of fluorophore photodynamics

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar June 2021

15.06.2021 Thomas J. J. Müller

2 pm

Progressing with Physical Organic Correlation Studies from The Ground to The Excited State – A Semi-Empirical Approach

16.06.2021

Progress Reports

2 pm

Mira Kubitz (AG Czekelius) -

Fluorinated Flavins for Modulation of Singlet-Triplet Transitions

Mario Bracker (AG Kleinschmidt) -

Photophysics of Xanthone: The Role of Internal Conversion

3:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Dr. Peter Bäuerle, Institute of Organic Chemistry II and New Materials

"Synthesis-Materials-Energy"

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

ModISC Seminar July 2021

13.07.2021 Christoph Janiak, Christian Ganter

2 pm

Luminescent metal complexes with a special focus on copper

Luminescent MOFs for sensing applications

14.07.2021

Progress Reports

1 pm

Dietrich Püschel (AG Janiak) -

Synthesis, modification and characterization of TADF@MOF compounds

Simon Hédé (AG Weingart) -

Computing chromophores in complex environments, problems and solutions

2:15 pm

Guest Talk:

Prof. Dr. Rochus Schmid, Chair of Anorganic Chemistry II,  Computational Materials Chemistry Group, Ruhr-University Bochum

"Predicting structure and dynamics of porous coordination polymers with MOF-FF"

After the guest talk: Meeting with the doctoral students

Winter Semester 2020/2021

Date Topic Lecturing PI

27./28.10.20

2 pm - 5 pm (each day)

Chromophore Chemistry

Thomas J.J. Müller

Christian Ganter

17./18.11.20

2 pm - 5 pm (each day)

Luminescent MOFs Christoph Janiak

15./16.12.20

2 pm - 5 pm (each day)

Heterofunctionalized Organic Molecules Constantin Czekelius

20.01./03.02.21

2 pm - 5 pm (each day)

Principles of component production and optimisation Klaus Meerholz

23.02.21

2 - 4 pm

Using the potential of presentation tools Amitabh Banerji

The seminars take place as online meeting, unless otherwise stated.

Summer Semester 2020

Date Topic External Guest

21./22.04.20 - postponed

Experimental Spectroscopy (P. Gilch)

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Domcke (TU München) - cancelled

19./20.05.20 - postponed

Chromophore Chemistry (T.J.J. Müller, C. Ganter) Prof. Dr. Andreas Steffen (TU Dortmund)

16./17.06.20

Theory and Computation (C. Marian, M. Kleinschmidt, O. Weingart) Prof. Dr. Denis Jacquemin (Université de Nantes) - cancelled

22./23.09.20

Experimental Spectroscopy (P. Gilch)

 

     

 

Verantwortlichkeit: