Weltweit oft zitiert (oben v.l.): Hermann Einsele, Rainer Hedrich, Andreas Rosenwald. Unten v.l.: Jörg Vogel, Frank Würthner, Laurens Molenkamp. (Bild: privat)

Ihre Arbeiten werden in den Publikationen anderer außergewöhnlich oft zitiert. Fünf Forscher der Universität Würzburg erhalten dafür erneut das Prädikat „Highly Cited Researcher“.

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Group photo in one of the most famous classical gardens in Foshan, a city next to Guangzhou.

Since 2018 the groups of Zengqi Xie and Frank Würthner collaborate in the framework of a Chinese (NSFC) - German (DFG) project on the interlayer engineering for organic solar cells. The concept utilizes perylene bisimide dyes as photosensitizers in zinc oxide interlayers.

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All participants of the SupraChem 2019 in Würzburg

More than 200 participants met for the fifth edition of SupraChem in Würzburg in February 2019. Besides 27 short lectures and 111 poster contributions by German and European participants, three plenary lectures by internationally renowned scientists were given as true highlights, one of them from the 2016 Chemistry Nobel Laureate Sir Fraser Stoddart.

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Prof. Dr. Frank Würthner

This prestigious distinction has been awarded to Frank Würthner and five other scientists from the University of Würzburg this year. The six faculty members and one researcher honoured as "Citation Laureate" are among the most frequently cited and hence most influential authors in their fields of research.

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Solar-powered water splitting is a promising means of generating clean and storable energy. A novel catalyst based on semiconductor nanoparticles has now been shown to facilitate all the reactions needed for “artificial photosynthesis”.

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