8 Works

Spatial atmospheric pressure atomic layer deposition of Tin Oxide as an impermeable electron extraction layer for Perovskite solar cells with enhanced thermal stability

Lukas Hoffmann, Kai Brinkmann, Jessica Malerczyk, Detlef Rogalla, Tim Becker, Detlef Theirich, Ivan Shutsko, Patrick Görrn & Thomas Riedl
This document is the Accepted Manuscript version of a Published Work that appeared in final form in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, copyright © American Chemical Society after peer review and technical editing by the publisher. To access the final edited and published work see https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.7b17701.

Genesis und Greta-Wetter. Nachhaltiges Lernen durch induktive Sprachreflexion im Religionsunterricht

Stephanie Langenkämper
Die Privatisierung von Religiösität und die damit verbundene semantische Diskrepanz zwischen kirchlich-biblischer Semantik und Jugendsprache stellt seit über zwanzig Jahren neue Anforderungen für nachhaltige religiöse Lernprozesse an die Religionspädagogik und die Korrelationsdidaktik. Durch fehlende religiöse Sozialisation fehlen Kindern und Jugendlichen oft religiöse Vorerfahrungen und Vokabeln, weshalb sie bei korrelativen Transferleistungen im Religionsunterricht benachteiligt sind. Nachhaltiges Lernen wird bereits durch die fehlende Aktivierung von Vorwissen aufgrund semantischer Diskrepanzen im Sprachverarbeitungsprozess verhindert.

Distributed Feedback Lasers Based on MAPbBr3

Neda Pourdavoud, André Mayer, Maximilian Buchmüller, Kai Brinkmann, Tobias Häger, Ting Hu, Ralf Heiderhoff, Ivan Shutsko, Patrick Görrn, Yiwang Chen, Hella-Christin Scheer & Thomas Riedl
This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Pourdavoud, N., Mayer, A., Buchmüller, M., Brinkmann, K., Häger, T., Hu, T. , Heiderhoff, R., Shutsko, I., Görrn, P., Chen, Y., Scheer, H.‐C., Riedl, T.: Distributed Feedback Lasers Based on MAPbBr3. Advanced Materials Technologies 2018, 3(4), 1700253 which has been published in final form at https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.201700253. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Use of Self-Archived...

Anforderungen der Forschungsförderer ans FDM

Torsten Rathmann
Post-print version of a journal article that was first published in: ProLibris 2018, 23(2), 64-65. Secondary publication with friendly permission of the publisher.

The trisaccharide melezitose impacts honey bees and their intestinal microbiota

Victoria Seeburger, Paul D'Alvise, Basel Shaaban, Karsten Schweikert, Getrud Lohaus, Annette Schroeder & Martin Hasselmann
In general, honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) feed on honey produced from collected nectar. In the absence of nectar, during certain times of the year or in monocultural landscapes, honey bees forage on honeydew. Honeydew is excreted by different herbivores of the order Hemiptera that consume phloem sap of plant species. In comparison to nectar, honeydew is composed of a higher variety of sugars and additional sugars with higher molecular weight, like the trisaccharide melezitose...

Düsseldorf, Siegen, Wuppertal: Forschungsdatenmanagement im Kooperationsverbund

Henning Bohn, Torsten Rathmann & Christian Schäffer
Post-print version of a journal article that was first published in: ProLibris 2018, 23(2), 58-59. Secondary publication with friendly permission of the publisher.

A 64-Pixel 0.42 THz Source SoC with Spatial Modulation Diversity for Computational Imaging

Ritesh Jain, Philipp Hillger, Eamal Ashna, janusz grzyb & Ullrich Pfeiffer
This paper presents a terahertz source system-on-a-chip (SoC) specifically designed for computational imaging with a single pixel camera (SPC). The SoC consists of an 8×8 array of independent, frequency unlocked THz sources that together radiate maximum 10.3 dBm power at 0.42 THz. Each source pixel is composed of a fundamental Colpitts oscillator, followed by a common-collector doubler, and an on-chip circular slot antenna. The THz power radiated from the array can be modulated in space...

Identification of scavenger receptors and thrombospondin type 1 repeat proteins potentially relevant for plastid recognition in Sacoglossa

Jenny Melo Clavijo, Silja Frankenbach, Cátia Fidalgo, Joao Serôdio, Alexander Donath, Angelika Preisfeld & Gregor Christa
Functional kleptoplasty is a photosymbiotic relationship, in which photosynthetically active chloroplasts serve as an intracellular symbiont for a heterotrophic host. Among Metazoa, functional kleptoplasty is only found in marine sea slugs belonging to the Sacoglossa and recently described in rhabdocoel worms. Although functional kleptoplasty has been intensively studied in Sacoglossa, the fundamentals of the specific recognition of the chloroplasts and their subsequent incorporation are unknown. The key to ensure the initiation of any symbiosis is...

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  • University of Wuppertal
  • University of Hohenheim
  • University of Aveiro
  • Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig
  • University of Siegen
  • Nanchang University
  • Ruhr University Bochum