"I am an expert in computational photonics. The main focus of my research is on numerical methods for simulating light-matter interactions on the nanoscale. Peter Tillmann's role in this field is to investigate and apply simulation and optimization methods for improving optical properties of nanotextured solar cells."
"I am studying the experimental determination of atomic scale chemical phenomena in chalcopyrite solar cells, which forms the counterpart for the numerical pattern recognition studies on outdoor degradation measurement data that Paolo Graniero is working on."
"I am an expert in electronic-structure density functional theory (DFT) calculations of hybrid interfaces. I support and guide Thorren Gimm regarding the characterization of the nanodiamond-water interface and the (combinatorical) doping of nanodiamonds to generate useful data for intra- and extrapolation by machine learning."
"I am a researcher and Paleogenetic Lab leader at AWI in the section “Polar Terrestrial environmental systems”. My expertise is in (paleo-)ecological research in high northern latitudes. I contribute to the HEIBRiDS program via interaction with Femke van Geffen and Gregor Pfalz. I support them in the analysis and understanding of ecosystem dynamics."
"I contribute to the PhD project of Kevin Styp-Rekowski with my expertise in the areas of scalable data analytics, cluster computing, and resource management. In particular, I am helping to design adaptive scalable data ingestion and pre-processing pipelines as data of different sampling rate, signal amplitude, noise level, and latency has to be integrated in the project."