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[41] Ostrauskaite, J., Karickal, H., Leopold, A., Haarer, D. & Thelakkat, M. Poly[bis(triphenylamine)ether]s with low glass transition temperatures as photoconductors in fast photorefractive systems. J. Mater. Chem., 12:58-64, 2002.
[40] Thelakkat, M., Schmitz, C. & Schmidt, H.W. Fully Vapor-Deposited Thin-Layer Titanium Dioxide Solar Cells. Adv. Mater., 14:577-581, 2002.
[39] Kisselev, R. & Thelakkat, M. Synthesis of novel 1,3-bis(5-diarylaminothiophen-2-yl)isothianaphthenes. Chem. Commun., pages 1530-1531, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2002.
[38] Thelakkat, M. Star-shaped, Dendrimeric and polymeric triarylamines as Photoconductors and Hole transport Materials. Macromol. Mater. Eng., 287:442-461, 2002.
[37] Thelakkat, M., Ostrauskaite, J., Leopold, A., Bausinger, R. & Haarer, D. Fast and stable photorefractive systems with compatible photoconductors and bifunctional NLO-dyes. Chem. Phys., 285:133-147, 2002.
[36] Somanathan, N., Radhakrishnan, S., Thelakkat, M. & Schmidt, H.W. Studies on 3-(2-ethylhexyl)thiophene polymers. Macromol. Mater. Eng., 287:236-242, 2002.
[35] Leopold, A., Bausinger, R., Haarer, D., Ostrauskaite, J. & Thelakkat, M. Temperature Dependencies in Organic Photorefractive materials. Proc. of SPIE, 4802:33-41, 2002.


[34] Jäger, C., Bilke, R., Heim, M., Haarer, D., Karickal, H. & Thelakkat, M. Novel Hole Transporting Poly(triphenyldiamine)s for Application in Hybrid Solar Cells. Proc. of SPIE, 4108:104-111, 2001.
[33] Bilke, R., Leicht, A., Jäger, C., Haarer, D., Schmitz, C., Karickal, H. & Thelakkat, M. Influence of energy levels on the electronic properties of organic light harvesting devices. Synth. Met., 124:91-93, 2001.
[32] Schmitz, C., Pösch, P., Thelakkat, M., Schmidt, H.W., Montali, A., Feldmann, K., Smith, P. & Weder, C. Polymeric Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Poly(p-phenylene ethynylene), Poly(triphenyldiamine), and Spiroquinoxaline. Adv. Funct. Mater., 11:41-46, 2001.
[31] Schmitz, C., Schmidt, H.W. & Thelakkat, M. Synthesis of Lithium-quinolate complexes and their use as emitter and interface materials in OLEDs. Proc. of SPIE, 4105:183-193, 2001.
[30] Haridas, K., Ostrauskaite, J., Thelakkat, M., Heim, M., Bilke, R. & Haarer, D. Synthesis of low melting hole conductor systems based on triarylamines and application in dye sensitized solar cells. Synth. Met., 121:1573-1574, 2001.
[29] Jäger, C., Bilke, R., Heim, M., Haarer, D., Karickal, H. & Thelakkat, M. Hybrid solar cells with novel hole transporting poly(triphenyldiamine)s. Synth. Met., 121:1543-1544, 2001.
[28] Mukundan Thelakkat, *., Peter Pösch, & Schmidt, a.H.W. Synthesis and Characterization of Highly Fluorescent Main-Chain Copolyimides Containing Perylene and Quinoxaline Units. Macromolecules, 34:7441-7447, 2001.


[27] Schmitz, C., Schmidt, H.W. & Thelakkat, M. Lithium-quinolate complexes as emitter and interface materials in organic light-emitting diodes. Chem. Mater., 12:3012-3019, 2000.
[26] Leopold, A., Hofmann, U., Grasruck, M., Zilker, S., Haarer, D., Ostrauskaite, J., Grazulevicius, J., Thelakkat, M., Hohle, C., Strohriegl, P., Schmidt, H.W., Bacher, A., Bradley, D., Redecker, M., Inbasekaran, M., Wu, W. & Woo, E. Variation of the Glass Transition Temperature in Organic Photorefractive Materials: Plastizicer versus Novel Synthetic Approaches. Proc. of SPIE, 4104:95-103, 2000.
[25] Schmitz, C., Pösch, P., Thelakkat, M. & Schmidt, H.W. Efficient screening of materials and fast optimization of vapor deposited OLED characteristics. Macromol. Symp., 154:209-221, 2000.


[24] Pösch, P., Thelakkat, M. & Schmidt, H.W. Perylenediimides with Electron Transport Moieties for Electroluminescent Devices. Synth. Met., 102(1999 A015):1110-1112, 1999.
[23] Thelakkat, M., Hagen, J., Haarer, D. & Schmidt, H.W. Poly(triarylamine)s- synthesis and application in electroluminescent devices and photovoltaics. Synth. Met., 102(1999 A014):1125-1128, 1999.
[22] Thelakkat, M., Schmitz, C., Hohle, C., Strohriegl, P., Schmidt, H.W., Hofmann, U., Schloter, S. & Haarer, D. Novel functional materials based on triarylamines-synthesis and application in electroluminescent devices and photorefractive systems. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 1(1999 A016):1693-1698, 1999.