UHMob (Ultra-high Charge Carrier Mobility to Elucidate Transport Mechanisms in Molecular Semiconductors)  is a multi-site European Training Network (ETN) aimed at enabling multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral training and research in the field of Organic Electronics. The scientific objective of UHMob is to gain a fundamental understanding of charge transport mechanisms in molecular semiconductors. To this goal, best-performing and well-characterized materials will be studied by a complementary set of methods, including field effect transistors but also optical methods such as terahertz and nonlinear spectroscopy, and field-induced time-resolved microwave conductivity. 

The network is composed of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, University of Mons, University of Cambridge, University of Strasbourg, Graz University of Technology, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, the research centres Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research and Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, and the companies Poylcrystalline and BASF. In total the consortium trains 15 Early Stage Researchers of which 2 are employed at MPI-P. 


Prof. Dr. Mischa Bonn


Prof. Dr. Ellen Backus

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