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Nanosopic Heterostructures from
Oxides and Organics
|Materials with superior physical properties and novel functional capabilities can be obtained by designing and tailoring nanoscopic heterostructures from solid state materials. Well-known examples are silicon based semiconductor heterostructures that form the backbone of today's information processing technology. Our emphasis is on combining modern materials like oxides with strongly correlated electrons or organic conductors and magnets with competing order parameters or strongly spin dependent transport phenomena. Besides the growth of high quality heterostructures, we specialize in devoted spectroscopic techniques that yield the structural, electronic and magnetic properties on the relevant nanometer scale.|
How can we obtain materials with superior physical properties and novel functional capabilities by designing and tailoring nanoscopic heterostructures from modern solid state materials?
How can we develop concepts to describe proximity coupled states that combine competing interactions and order parameters?
How can we apply and further develop experimental techniques that provide in-depth knowledge about the structural, electronic and magnetic properties on the relevant nanometer scale?
Prof. Dr. Christian Bernhard firstname.lastname@example.org