David Leibold

I'm currently doing a research internship at the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science in the research group of Dr. Fiona Beck. The internship focuses less on research, but rather on buildling, characterising and improving measurement setups.

My background is in solid state physics. For my bachelor thesis I worked in low temperature physics, while my master thesis focused on the fabrication of organic solar cells.




D. Leibold, V. Lami et al. Triptycenyl‐phenazino‐thiadiazole as acceptor in organic bulk-heterojunction solar cells. Org. Electron. 57, 285–291 (2018). doi: 10.1016/j.orgel.2018.03.001

E. H. Menke, D. Leibold et al. Triptycene-bis(aroyleneimidazole)s as non-fullerene acceptors: The missing links. Chempluschem 82, 1390–1395 (2017). doi: 10.1002/cplu.201700428

E. H. Menke, D. Leibold et al. Triptycene-trisaroyleneimidazoles as non-fullerene acceptors – Influence of side-chains on solubility, device morphology and performance. Org. Electron. 47, 211–219 (2017). doi: 10.1016/j.orgel.2017.05.004

V. Lami, D. Leibold et al. N-Heteroacenes as a new class of non-fullerene electron acceptors for organic bulk-heterojunction photovoltaic devices. Sol. RRL 1, 1700053 (2017). doi:10.1002/solr.201700053

E. H. Menke, D. Leibold et al. Planar versus triptycenylene end-capped aroyleneimidazoles as electron acceptors in organic photovoltaics. Org. Chem. Front4, 834–838 (2017). doi: 10.1039/C7QO00231A.






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