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Welcome to Research Training Group

"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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What (S)TEM can do?
Prof. Dr. Ana Beltrán Custodio, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sevilla, Spain

Spin phenomena in Quantum Dots revealed by trion photoluminescence
Prof. Dr. Sergey Verbin, St. Petersburg State University, Spin Optics Laboratory (SOLAB), Russia und International Collaborative Research Centre TRR 160, ...

Big Bang and Big Business
Dr. Ajanth Velauthapillai, Program Manager Lasersytems, TRUMPF Lasersystems GmbH

How spatial segregation of electrons and holes affects the recombination kinetics
Dr. Alexey Nenashev, Institute of Semiconductor Physics and Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia

Big Bang and Big Business
Dr. Sebastian Imhof, Entwicklungsingenieur für Produktsteuerung bei OSRAM

III-V Nanowire Heterostructures: from Materials to Advanced Devices
Dr. Gregor Koblmüller, Walter Schottky Institut, Technical University Munich (TUM)

Wind und Photovoltaik: Netzintegration – Speicher und Prognosen
Dr. Rafael Fritz, Fraunhofer IWES Energiesystemtechnik, Kassel

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Zuletzt aktualisiert: 17.08.2017

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