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"Functionalization of Semiconductors"

(RTG 1782)         

since October 2012 funded by the
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The RTG 1782 in brief:

Modern semiconductor devices very often nowadays reach the limit of their applications. This frequently has to do with reaching fundamental physical limits of the devices. The RTG “Functionalization of Semiconductors” addresses this challenge by integrating novel materials or molecules to conventionally used semiconductors, giving them a new functionality.

In an interdisciplinary research program, 14 groups from physics, chemistry and material science work closely together in this field of research.

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GRK-Seminar 2019
vom 23. - 25. September 2019

Molecular beam epitaxy growth of InAsSbBi on GaSb for mid infrared applications
Dr. Shane Johnson, Arizona State University, Phoenix/AZ, USA

Theoretical description of charge transport in amorphous oxide semiconductors
Dr. Alexey Nenashev, University of Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk, Russia

Growth of Bi-compounds topological insulators thin films
Dr. Omar Concepcion Diaz, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands

Ultrafast Carrier Scattering Effects in CW and Pulsed VECSELs: From W-Lasers to Offset-Free Mid-IR Frequency Combs
Prof. Dr. Jerry V. Moloney, Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

Big Bang and Big Business: "The Beauty of Small Business"
Dr. Malte Köllner, European Patent Attorney, Dennemeyer & Associates S. A., Frankfurt

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