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Welcome to the
Institute of Physical Chemistry and
Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells (LIOS)

 

Our Mission Statement: „To promote, exercise and seek for CREATIVITY ! Only creativity applied with humanism can solve the problems and bring FREUDE."

 

Our Institute has been ranked as #14 of the world (ISI Thompson Reuter), opens an external URL in a new window

Institute of Physical Chemistry and Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells (LIOS)

address

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
4040 Linz

TNF tower, 8th floor, Room 808

Telefon

+43 732 2468 5841

FWF News

Organic solar cells for a better future, opens an external URL in a new window

The sun is the oldest deity worshipped by humans for good reason. "It is the best and cleanest source of energy we know," says physicist Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci. For the last 30 years, Sariciftci has been working on the question of how solar energy can be used in an efficient and eco-friendly way. In his research, Sariciftci - winner of the Wittgenstein Prize of the Austrian Science Fund FWF - focuses on the development of organic solar cells.

Wittgenstein-Preisträger 2012 , opens an external URL in a new window

Niyazi Serdar Sarıçiftçi

FWF

Emerging Ideas Workshop Nov 2021

Beyond PV systems, opens an external URL in a new window

Prof Rene Janssen, Prof. Sariciftci, and members from i-MEET and HIERN meet at the HIERN and shed light on the remaining challenges in organic and perovskite solar cells from various points of view.

i-MEET HIERN

International Symposium for the 80th Birthday of
Prof. Alan J. Heeger (Nobelprize 2000)

ANSOLE