Publications

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  1. C. Murawski, A. Mischok, J. Booth, J. D. Kumar, E. Archer, L. Tropf, C. M. Keum, Y. L. Deng, K. Yoshida, I. D. W. Samuel, M. Schubert, S. R. Pulver, M. C Gather, Narrowband Organic Light‐Emitting Diodes for Fluorescence Microscopy and Calcium Imaging, Advanced Materials (2019), 1903599, DOI: 10.1002/adma.201903599

  2. A. H. Fikouras, M. Schubert, M. Karl, J. D. Kumar, S. J. Powis, A. di Falco, M. C. Gather, Non-obstructive intracellular nanolasers, Nature Communications (2018), 9, 4817.
  3. M. Karl, J. M. E. Glackin, M. Schubert, N. M. Kronenberg, G. A. Turnbull, I. D. W. Samuel, M. C. Gather, Flexible and ultra-lightweight polymer membrane lasers, Nature Communications (2018), 9, 1525.
  4. G Sini, M. Schubert, C. Risko, S. Roland, O. P. Lee, Z. Chen, T. V. Richter, D. Dolfen, V. Coropceanu, S. Ludwigs, U. Scherf, A. Facchetti, J. M. J. Fréchet, D. Neher, On the Molecular Origin of Charge Separation at the Donor–Acceptor Interface, Advanced Energy Materials (2018), 28, 1702232.
  5. J. M. Zajac, M. Schubert, T. Roland, C. Keum, I. D. W. Samuel, M. C. Gather, Time-Resolved Studies of Energy Transfer in Thin Films of Green and Red Fluorescent Proteins, Advanced Functional Materials (2018), 28, 1706300.
  6. M. Karl, C. P. Dietrich, M. Schubert, I. D. W. Samuel, G. A. Turnbull, M. C. Gather, Single cell induced optical confinement in biological lasers, Journal of Physics D (2017), 50, 084005.
  7. M. Schubert, K. Volckaert, M. Karl, A. Morton, P. Liehm, G. B. Miles, S. J. Powis, M. C. Gather, Lasing in Live Mitotic and Non-Phagocytic Cells by Efficient Delivery of Microresonators, Scientific Reports (2017), 7, 40877.
  8. C. P. Dietrich, A. Steude, M. Schubert, K. Ostermann, S. Höfling, M. C. Gather, Strong Coupling in Fully Tunable Microcavities Filled with Biologically-Produced Fluorescent Proteins, Advanced Optical Materials (2016), 5, 1600659.
  9. C. P. Dietrich, A. Steude, L. Tropf, M. Schubert, N. M. Kronenberg, K. Ostermann, S. Höfling, M. C. Gather, An exciton-polariton laser based on biologically produced fluorescent protein, Science Advance (2016), 2, e1600666.
  10. M. Karl, G. L. Whitworth, M. Schubert, C. P. Dietrich, I. D. W. Samuel, G. A. Turnbull, M. C. Gather, Optofluidic distributed feedback lasers with evanescent pumping: Reduced threshold and angular dispersion analysis, Applied Physics Letters (2016), 108, 261101.
  11. M. Schubert, A. Steude, P. Liehm, N. M Kronenberg, M. Karl, E. C. Campbell, S. J. Powis, M. C. Gather, Lasing within Live Cells Containing Intracellular Optical Microresonators for Barcode-Type Cell Tagging and Tracking, Nano Letters (2015), 15, 5647–5652.
  12. S. Roland, M. Schubert, B. A. Collins, J. Kurpiers, Z. Chen, A. Facchetti, H. Ade, D. Neher, Fullerene-free polymer solar cells with highly reduced bimolecular recombination and field-independent charge carrier generation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2014), 5, 2815-2822.
  13. M. Schubert, B. A. Collins, H. Mangold, I. A. Howard, W. Schindler, K. Vandewal, S. Roland, J. Behrends, F. Kraffert, R. Steyrleuthner, Z. Chen, K. Fostiropoulos, R. Bittl, A. Salleo, A. Facchetti, F. Laquai, H. Ade, D. Neher, Correlated Donor/Acceptor Crystal Orientation Controls Photocurrent Generation in All-Polymer Solar Cells, Advanced Functional Materials (2014), 24, 4068–4081.
  14. R. Steyrleuthner, R. Di Pietro, B. A. Collins, F. Polzer, S. Himmelberger, M. Schubert, Z Chen, S. Zhang, A. Salleo, H. Ade, A. Facchetti, D. Neher, The Role of Regioregularity, Crystallinity and Chain Orientation on Electron Transport in a High Mobility n-type Copolymer, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014), 136, 4245–4256.
  15. W. Liu, R. Tkachov, V. Senkovskyy, M. Schubert, Z. Wei, A. Facchetti, D. Neher, A. Kiriy, Chain-growth polycondensation of perylene diimide-based copolymers: a new route to regio-regular perylene diimide-based acceptors for all-polymer solar cells and n-type transistors, Polymer Chemistry (2014), 5, 3404–3411.
  16. K. Vandewal, S. Albrecht, E. T. Hoke, K. R. Graham, J. Widmer, J. D. Douglas, M. Schubert, W. R. Mateker, J. T. Bloking, G. F. Burkhard, A. Sellinger, J. M. J. Fréchet, A. Amassian, M. K. Riede, M. D. McGehee, D. Neher, A. Salleo, Efficient charge generation by relaxed charge-transfer states at organic interfaces, Nature Materials (2014), 13, 63–68.
  17. M. Schubert, E. Preis, J. C. Blakesley, P. Pingel, U. Scherf, D. Neher, Mobility relaxation and electron trapping in a donor/acceptor copolymer, Physical Review B (2013), 87, 024203.
  18. S. Schattauer, B. Reinhold, S. Albrecht, C. Fahrenson, M. Schubert, S. Janietz, D. Neher, Influence of sintering on the structural and electronic properties of TiO2 nanoporous layers prepared via a non-sol-gel approach, Colloid and Polymer Science (2012), 290, 1843–1854.
  19. R. Steyrleuthner, M. Schubert, I. Howard, B. Klaumünzer, K. Schilling, Z. Chen, P. Saalfrank, F. Laquai, A. Facchetti, D. Neher, Aggregation in a High-Mobility n-Type Low-Bandgap Copolymer with Implications on Semicrystalline Morphology, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012),
    134, 18303–18317.
  20. M. Schubert, D. Dolfen, J. Frisch, S. Roland, R. Steyrleuthner, B. Stiller, Z. H. Chen, U. Scherf, N. Koch, A. Facchetti, D. Neher, Influence of Aggregation on the Performance of All-Polymer Solar Cells Containing Low-Bandgap Naphthalenediimide Copolymers, Advanced Energy Materials (2012), 2,
    369–380.
  21. J. Frisch, M. Schubert, E. Preis, J. P. Rabe, D. Neher, U. Scherf, N. Koch, Full electronic structure across a polymer heterojunction solar cell, Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012), 22, 4418–4424.
  22. J. Kniepert, M. Schubert, J. C. Blakesley, D. Neher, Photogeneration and Recombination in P3HT/PCBM Solar Cells Probed by Time-Delayed Collection Field Experiments, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2011), 2, 700–705.
  23. J. C. Blakesley, M. Schubert, R. Steyrleuthner, Z. H. Chen, A. Facchetti, D. Neher, Time-of-flight measurements and vertical transport in a high electron-mobility polymer, Applied Physics Letters (2011), 99, 183310.
  24. R. Steyrleuthner, M. Schubert, F. Jaiser, J. C. Blakesley, Z. Chen, A. Facchetti,
    D. Neher, Bulk Electron Transport and Charge Injection in a High Mobility n-Type
    Semiconducting Polymer, Advanced Materials (2010), 22, 2799–2803.
  25. S. Inal, M. Schubert, A. Sellinger, D. Neher, The Relationship between the Electric Field-Induced Dissociation of Charge Transfer Excitons and the Photocurrent in Small Molecular/Polymeric Solar Cells, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010), 1, 982–986.
  26. S. Bange, M. Schubert, D. Neher, Charge mobility determination by current extraction under linear increasing voltages: Case of nonequilibrium charges and field–dependent mobilities, Physical Review B (2010), 035209.
  27. M. Schubert, C. Yin, M. Castellani, S. Bange, T. L. Tam, A. Sellinger, H. H. Horhold, T. Kietzke, D. Neher, Heterojunction topology versus fill factor correlations in novel hybrid small-molecular/polymeric solar cells, Journal of Chemical Physics (2009), 130, 094703.
  28. M. Schubert, R. Steyrleuthner, S. Bange, A. Sellinger, D. Neher, Charge transport and recombination in bulk heterojunction solar cells containing a dicyanoimi-dazole–based molecular acceptor, Physica Status Solidi a (2009), 206, 2743–2749.
  29. C. Yin, M. Schubert, S. Bange, B. Stiller, M. Castellani, D. Neher, M. Kumke, H. H. Hörhold, Tuning of the excited–state properties and photovoltaic performance in PPV–based polymer blends, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2008), 112, 14607–14617.

Book Chapter

  • M. Schubert, J. Frisch, E. Preis, S. Allard, U. Scherf, N. Koch, D. Neher (2017), Tuning Side Chain and Main Chain Order in a Prototypical Donor-Acceptor Copolymer: Implications for Optical, Electronic, and Photovoltaic Characteristics. In K. Leo (Ed.), Elementary Processes in Organic Photovoltaics [Chapter 10], Springer International Publishing

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