Ms. Christina Kaiser
Christina Kaiser studied Chemistry at the Technische Universität Dresden (Germany), where she also completed the international master’s program in Organic and Molecular Electronics. Her master thesis was entitled "Substituted Di(thio)pyranylidenes and their CT Complexes with C60 for Organic Near-Infrared Detectors". This work focused on designing suitable materials to increase the responsivity of organic photodetectors and to extend their operational optical windows.
In January 2018, Christina joined the Sêr SAM group and continued working on improving the performance metrics of organic photodetectors. Her field of interest covers noise characterization, optical modelling and the design of novel device architectures for various types of photodetecting applications. Her current project aims to develop sensitive photodetectors for the near-infrared based on organic dyes.
Publications (clicking any of the links will open a new window)
1. Kaiser, C.; Schellhammer, K. S.; Benduhn, J.; Siegmund, B.; Tropiano, M.; Zeika, O.; Ortmann, F.; Meredith, P.; Armin, A.; Vandewal, K. Manipulating the Charge Transfer Absorption for Narrowband Light Detection in the Near-Infrared. Chem. Mater. 2019, 31 (22), 9325–9330.
2. Kaiser, C.; Zeiske, S.; Meredith, P.; Armin, A. Determining Ultralow Absorption Coefficients of Organic Semiconductors from the Sub‐Bandgap Photovoltaic External Quantum Efficiency. Adv. Opt. Mater. 2019, in press.