A happy and successful new year to you! It is almost three years since I started this blog, this being the 69th post. A lot happened in this time, also for me: both personally (as some of the long term readers now;-) and professionally (despite still being in Würzburg;-). Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji) So, let me thank you, valued reader – and comments contributor, an active participation which I highly appreciate!

Many things I want to write about I have not had time to handle in the recent months. For now, let me start with just briefly revisiting what I have written. Hints of what I will add in the coming weeks and months are to come soon (soon meaning: worst case mid February, as one proposal is submitted by then, lecture is finished and project meeting / seminar talk marathon “finished”;-).

Find the overview below.All the best, Carsten

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Concerning Organic Photovoltaic Publications, the trend continues (using the same search phrases), see the graph. OPV in WOS (Number of Publications per Year) -2010.png

Not exponential any more, but still growing steeply… it is more difficult to measure the quality, though.

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6 thoughts on “2011”

  1. Thanks for constantly keeping us posted, Carsten. I for one very much appreciate it. Happy new year!

  2. Hi Carsten, I appreciate you taking time off work to blog about your professional matters in OPV.
    The progress in my PhD has benefitted a great deal from the topics covered here.

    Once again, thank you and have a great 2011.

    Kim Hai

  3. Although it’s too late to say happy new year, I just want to say thank you for your enlightening blogs. Hope you have a great year!


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