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Small steps for electrons – big steps for the solar cells of the future?

Physicists at the University of Regensburg and the University of Oxford are using an ultrafast microscope to reveal how electrons move in a new type of solar cell material. The results provide insights into how the material can be used even more efficiently for photovoltaics.... more


864 hours of measurement time

Regensburg researchers succeed with long-term project proposal at the European Synchrotron ... more


Joint Czech-Bavarian Research Projects 2024 – 2026

Two projects led by researchers from the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Regensburg and their Czech partners have been selected for funding under the bilateral Bavarian-Czech funding program.... more


Letting Silences Speak

Sharing insights and experiences from interdisciplinary collaborations between academia, artistic practice, curation, and policy-making: The artists' collective The Neighbours in Regensburg.... more


FIDS PhD Student Honored at CHI 2024

Alexander Kalus awarded at the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) for the second time... more


Atomic-scale telegraphy with light

Physicists at the University of Regensburg manage to reach atomic resolution with optical microscopy by measuring light from a quantum spark faster than a trillionth of a second... more


UR Potentials 2024

University of Regensburg to Support Early Independence of Early Career Researchers with a New Funding Program – Call for Proposals... more


Heinrich Rohrer Grand Medal for Franz J. Gießibl

Professor Dr. Franz J. Gießibl, Chair of Experimental and Applied Physics at the University of Regensburg, has been awarded the Heinrich Rohrer Grand Medal. ... more


Free Access to Scholarly Publications Worldwide

Implementing the Open Access Transformation at the University of Regensburg... more


Bavaria and Queensland Research Alliance

Launch of funding program to support collaborative research projects... more

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