Professor Gunther Andersson uses a broad range of experimental techniques for analysing interfaces involving organic semiconductors. The focus of his research is on measuring directly the composition of interfaces and their electronic structures such as HOMO, LUMO and workfunction. In his laboratory electron spectroscopy (XPS, UPS, MIES, IPES) and ion scattering spectroscopy (NICISS and ISS) are available. In collaboration his group relates interfacial properties to device performance.
Research keywords: Surface analysis, electron spectroscopy, concentration depth profiles, organic photovoltaic, dye sensitized solar cells
Affiliation: College of Science and Engineering, Flinders Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology, Flinders University, Flinders University
Address: Flinders Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology, Flinders University, Bedford Park, SA 5043