Wolfgang Kowalsky
Wolfgang Kowalsky
Professor, Technical University Braunschweig
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Transition metal oxides for organic electronics: energetics, device physics and applications
J Meyer, S Hamwi, M Kröger, W Kowalsky, T Riedl, A Kahn
Advanced materials 24 (40), 5408-5427, 2012
Role of the deep-lying electronic states of MoO3 in the enhancement of hole-injection in organic thin films
M Kröger, S Hamwi, J Meyer, T Riedl, W Kowalsky, A Kahn
Applied physics letters 95 (12), 2009
Use Of Transition Metal Carbene Complexes In Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (Oleds)
M Egen, K Kahle, M Bold, T Gessner, C Lennartz, S Nord, HW Schmidt, ...
US Patent App. 11/720,291, 2008
Triplet emitter having condensed five-membered rings
HH Johannes, W Kowalsky, S Ammermann, M Kroener, UJ Weinaug
US Patent 8,278,238, 2012
P-type doping of organic wide band gap materials by transition metal oxides: A case-study on Molybdenum trioxide
M Kröger, S Hamwi, J Meyer, T Riedl, W Kowalsky, A Kahn
Organic Electronics 10 (5), 932-938, 2009
Towards see‐through displays: fully transparent thin‐film transistors driving transparent organic light‐emitting diodes
P Görrn, M Sander, J Meyer, M Kröger, E Becker, HH Johannes, ...
Advanced materials 18 (6), 738-741, 2006
Optical phonons in methylammonium lead halide perovskites and implications for charge transport
M Sendner, PK Nayak, DA Egger, S Beck, C Müller, B Epding, ...
Materials Horizons 3 (6), 613-620, 2016
Al2O3/ZrO2 Nanolaminates as Ultrahigh Gas‐Diffusion Barriers—A Strategy for Reliable Encapsulation of Organic Electronics
J Meyer, P Görrn, F Bertram, S Hamwi, T Winkler, HH Johannes, ...
Advanced materials 21 (18), 1845-1849, 2009
Highly efficient simplified organic light emitting diodes
J Meyer, S Hamwi, T Bülow, HH Johannes, T Riedl, W Kowalsky
Applied Physics Letters 91 (11), 2007
Infrared spectroscopic study of vibrational modes in methylammonium lead halide perovskites
T Glaser, C Müller, M Sendner, C Krekeler, OE Semonin, TD Hull, ...
The journal of physical chemistry letters 6 (15), 2913-2918, 2015
Large area electronics using printing methods
R Parashkov, E Becker, T Riedl, HH Johannes, W Kowalsky
Proceedings of the IEEE 93 (7), 1321-1329, 2005
Stability of transparent zinc tin oxide transistors under bias stress
P Görrn, P Hölzer, T Riedl, W Kowalsky, J Wang, T Weimann, P Hinze, ...
Applied Physics Letters 90 (6), 2007
Efficient semitransparent inverted organic solar cells with indium tin oxide top electrode
H Schmidt, H Flügge, T Winkler, T Bülow, T Riedl, W Kowalsky
Applied Physics Letters 94 (24), 2009
Charge generation layers comprising transition metal-oxide/organic interfaces: Electronic structure and charge generation mechanism
J Meyer, M Kröger, S Hamwi, F Gnam, T Riedl, W Kowalsky, A Kahn
Applied Physics Letters 96 (19), 2010
Water infiltration in methylammonium lead iodide perovskite: Fast and inconspicuous
C Müller, T Glaser, M Plogmeyer, M Sendner, S Döring, AA Bakulin, ...
Chemistry of Materials 27 (22), 7835-7841, 2015
Visualizing a homogeneous blend in bulk heterojunction polymer solar cells by analytical electron microscopy
M Pfannmoller, H Flugge, G Benner, I Wacker, C Sommer, M Hanselmann, ...
Nano letters 11 (8), 3099-3107, 2011
Photonic nanostructures patterned by thermal nanoimprint directly into organo‐metal halide perovskites
N Pourdavoud, S Wang, A Mayer, T Hu, Y Chen, A Marianovich, ...
Advanced Materials 29 (12), 1605003, 2017
Transparent inverted organic light‐emitting diodes with a tungsten oxide buffer layer
J Meyer, T Winkler, S Hamwi, S Schmale, HH Johannes, T Weimann, ...
Advanced materials 20 (20), 3839-3843, 2008
Tunable organic thin-film laser pumped by an inorganic violet diode laser
T Riedl, T Rabe, HH Johannes, W Kowalsky, J Wang, T Weimann, ...
Applied Physics Letters 88 (24), 2006
Modeling of organic light emitting diodes: From molecular to device properties
P Kordt, JJM Van Der Holst, M Al Helwi, W Kowalsky, F May, A Badinski, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (13), 1955-1971, 2015
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