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SoSe 16 Nanophysics

On the nanometer scale many materials exhibit size-dependent electronic, optical, and magnetic properties, which are governed by quantum mechanical effects. In this lecture, we will discuss experimental techniques to explore some of these exciting phenomena and explain the physical concepts.

The exercises will comprise the discussion of recent literature related to the concepts explained in the lecture "Nanophysics".

You can find lecture notes and the exercise sheets here.


Lecture:

Mondays 10-12 am in 1.3.48 (T3)

Exercises:

Thursdays 2-4 pm in 1.1.16 (FB-Raum)


Suggested Literature:

The Physics of Low-Dimensional Semiconductors - An Introduction, John H. Davies

Electron Transport in Mesoscopic Systems, Datta

Electron Transport in Nanostructures and Mesoscopic Devices, Thierry Ouisse

Mesoscopic Electronics in Solid State Nanostructures, Thomas Heinzel


Exam:

11th July 2016 (10-12 am in 1.3.48 (T3))

Discussion of exam, final remarks, lab visit 18th July 2016

second exam: 4th October 2016 (10-12 am in 1.3.48 (T3))