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Denis Andrienko

  • Project Leader
  • Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
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Research interests

systematic coarse-grainingsimulationstheorytransportorganic semiconductors

About

The current work of my group is focused on three topics: (i) enhanced sampling of soft matter systems or systematic coarse-graining, (ii) charge and energy transport in organic semiconductors, and (iii) rational compound design. The research is material science oriented and, in a number of cases, also involves industrial partners working on the design of light emitting diodes and solar cells. All developed methods have been implemented in one package, namely the Versatile Object-oriented Toolkit for Coarse-graining and Charge Transport Applications (VOTCA). The package is written in C++ with a python/bash flow control and is available for free under the Apache license at www.votca.org.

Co-authors (213)

Publications (5)

  • Impact of Nonfullerene Acceptor Core Structure on the Photophysics and Efficiency of Polymer Solar Cells

    • Alamoudi M
    • Khan J
    • Firdaus Y
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  • Introduction to liquid crystals

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  • Polymerizing Phostones: A Fast Way to In-Chain Poly(phosphonate)s with Adjustable Hydrophilicity

    • Bauer K
    • Liu L
    • Andrienko D
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  • Universal strategy for Ohmic hole injection into organic semiconductors with high ionization energies

    • Kotadiya N
    • Lu H
    • Mondal A
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  • A personal recollection: A tribute to Yuriy Reznikov

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Professional experience

Project Leader

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

September 2005 - Present

Education

PhD

University of Bristol, Department of Physics

January 1999 - January 2001(2 years)