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Welcome to the Theoretical Semiconductor Physics Group



The theorists in the semiconductor physics group work on a theoretical description of the optical and electronic properties of semiconductors. The research focusses on the development and application of microscopic models of the interaction between material excitations and external fields. Properties of the material under consideration, e.g. disorder or quantization due to dimensional reduction, play a crucial role. Additional to the purely theoretical work there is a strong collaboration with the experimental semiconductor physics group.

Our group participates in the Research Training Group Funktionalisierung von Halbleitern and in the Collaborative Research Center Structure and Dynamics of Internal Interfaces.

See also our textbook "Semiconductor Quantum Optics".

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AG Theoretische Halbleiterphysik - Sekretariat: R. Schmid, Renthof 5, D-35032 Marburg
Tel. +49 6421-28-21337, Fax +49 6421-28-27076, eMail: renate.schmid@physik.uni-marburg.de

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