The ModISC's research program is structured in four project areas. Three of the project areas are based upon chromophore families, which are promising for addressing the photophysical boundary conditions between ΦT = 0 and 1. All three model chromophores are highly topical and they possess principle relevance in technical applications and in biological systems as well as for expanding the conceptual approach (Project Areas A, B and C). Project Area D will address the increasing importance of science education and its outreach. The rather abstract nature of singlet-triplet transitions in conjunction with their practical relevance, e.g. in OLEDs, render the topic challenging and rewarding for science education.
A1 - T. J. J. Müller - Designing Conformationally Constrained Fluorophores with Delayed Flourescence
A2 - C. Seidel - Spectrocopy and Bioanalytical Applications of TADF Chromophores
A3 - K. Meerholz - Understanding the Origin of Magnetic Field Effects in Organic Electronic Devices
C1 - C. Czekelius - Modulation of Singlet-Triplet Transitions in Fluorinated Flavins
C2 - M. Kleinschmidt / O. Weingart - Efficient Methods for ISC and IC in Solution and Complex Environments
C3 - C. Janiak - Solid Solutions - Chromophores in Defined Porous Frameworks