Solid State Physics, (Scanning Probe Techniques, Surface Science – recommended)
Students acquire insights into spectroscopic methods based on scanning probe microscopy that are applicable at the nanoscale
Students learn how to deal with topical issues in the scientific literature
Students present actual scientific highlights
Students improve their abilities to reflect, discuss and analyse scientific data
Introduction into advanced experimental techniques to probe electronic, optical, chemical and magnetic properties of surfaces at the nanoscale Introduction into measuring principles and the underlying physics, using topical data from the scientific literature Presentation and discussion of state of the art experiments based on scanning probe methods, for example on • conductance phenomena and charging effects in spatially confined systems • optical properties of dielectric and metallic nanostructures (optical phonons, excitons, plasmons) • electronic and luminescence behaviour of single molecules (density of states, frontier orbitals, luminescence and Raman response)
The course is part of admission "Anmeldung gesperrt (global)".
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