Jens Wenzel Andreasen

Jens Wenzel Andreasen

Professor

DTU ENERGY
Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark

Frederiksborgvej 399

Building 111, room S11

4000 Roskilde

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ORCID 0000-0002-3145-0229
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2019
15 AUG

New SEEWHI publication is chosen as a Featured Article

Recently accepted article from SEEWHI members demonstrating the potential of probing charge transfer dynamics in organic photovoltaics with X-ray free electron lasers is chosen a Featured Article and is published on the front page of Structural Dynamics .

2018
Jens Wenzel Andreasen received grant
13 APR

Professor in material research receives honorary award

Professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen, DTU Energy, has received an honorary award from the Ingeborg and Leo Dannin's Foundation for Scientific Research.

Energy Energy efficiency Energy production Solar energy
2017
09 NOV

SEEWHI@APS

Happy SEEWHI users at 11 ID-D at the Advanced Photon Source, getting ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy data on kesterite nanoparticles, together with beamline scientist Xiaoyi Zhang.

Inaugural of professors Poul Norby and Jens Wenzel Andreasen March 2017
04 APR

DTU Energy strengthens research in materials with two professors

Poul Norby and Jens Wenzel Andreasen were appointed Professors at DTU Energy 1 December 2016, and on Friday 31 March they gave their two inaugural lectures.

Energy Fuel cells Energy efficiency Energy storage Electrochemistry
27 FEB

Expert in X-ray scattering appointed professor at DTU Energy

Jens Wenzel Andreasen has been appointed professor of materials research at DTU Energy where he will take part in building the new DTU Imaging Center.

Energy Quantum theory and atomic physics Energy efficiency Solar energy Energy production
20 JAN

First Danish researcher receives data from MAX IV

Just before Christmas the first Danish researchers led by professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen from DTU Energy received data from experiments at MAX IV. The results will help to develop the next generation of solar cells.

Energy
20 JAN

First Danish researcher receives data from MAX IV

Just before Christmas the first Danish researchers led by professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen from DTU Energy received data from experiments at MAX IV. The results will help to develop the next generation of solar cells.

20 JAN

First Danish researcher receives data from MAX IV

Just before Christmas the first Danish researchers led by professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen from DTU Energy received data from experiments at MAX IV. The results will help to develop the next generation of solar cells.

2016
22 DEC

Solar power now cheaper than wind power

Professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen from DTU Energy was interviewed in Danish television about the fact that  for the first time ever solar power is now cheaper than wind power

Energy Solar energy
15 FEB

Polymer solar cells to get an in-depth view

Researcher from DTU Energy receives large grant from the European Research Council to investigate the connection between the nanostructure of polymer solar cells and their performance.

Energy Solar energy Polymers
2015
10 DEC

X-ray nanotomography aids the production of eco-friendly solar cells

Scientists from DTU Energy at the Technical University of Denmark have in collaboration with researchers from the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland exploited the unique capability of non-destructive three-dimensional imaging with nanometer resolution to make a 3D tomographic reconstruction of an organic solar cell .

Energy Solar energy
2014
03 NOV

Solar cells of the future comprise multilayer plastic

Researchers at DTU Energy Conversion are now able to manufacture multilayer plastic solar cells with the potential to capture more energy from the sun, thus making the technology financially viable.

Solar energy Energy
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The results are discussed and interpreted at the NanoMAX control room
01 JAN

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The results are discussed and interpreted at the NanoMAX control room
01 JAN

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SEEWHI@APS
01 JAN

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