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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Mathematisch-Naturwissen­schaft­liche Fakultät - SFB 951 - HIOS

A11
Interface-dominated hybrid 3D nanoarchitectures with tailored opto-electronic properties
Completed Project

Objectives

A11 aims at specifically designed and fabricated novel 2D and 3D metallic and semiconducting inorganic materials in conjunction with organic components. Nanostructures of Si and GaN as well as plasmonically active metals will be fabricated. These will be combined with organic emitters and conductive polymers to integrate and evaluate well selected cases of hybrid interfaces in nano-optic and opto-electronic devices. The band alignment, current transport and stability of planar and 3D hybrid systems will be tested and tuned in a functional device environment. In-situ nanomanipulation and nanoprobing in combination with correlated microscopy/spectroscopy techniques will permit readout even of individual functional nanoscale HIOS and hybrid nanostructured devices.

 

Principal Investigators


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Silke Christiansen

030 8062-43760

silke.christiansenhelmholtz-berlin.de

 

Doctoral Students


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Sara Jäckle

sara.jaecklehelmholtz-berlin.de

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Caspar Haverkamp

caspar.haverkamphelmholtz-berlin.de

 

Student Worker


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Christian Appelt

christian.appelthelmholtz-berlin.de


Institutions:

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Funded by:  DFG Logo