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Seminars 2012


24. Strained Ge/SiGe Heterostructures for Silicon-Based Emitters and 
      Amplifiers of Radiation in the Terahertz Range
      Dr. Michele Ortolani, Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies CNR-IFN
      Rome, Italy, 10.12.2012


23. Low Dimensional Electron Gases at Ssurfaces: Transport Properties
      and Collective Excitations
      Prof. Christoph Tegenkamp, Universität Hannover, Germany,  


22. Silicon Integrated Optoelectronics:  A Transition from Ddevices to 
       Dr. Michael Hochberg, University of Delaware, USA, 10.10.2012


21. Band Structure Eengineering of Ge-rich SiGe Nanostructures for 
       Photonics Applications
       Prof. Michele Virgilio, Università degli Studi di Pisa, Italy, 05.10.2012


20. Switched-Capacitor Power Converters: Basics, Overview and Current

      Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josif Kjosev, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information
      Technologies – Skopje, Macedonia, 02.10.2012 


19. IR-Thermographie mit mikroskopischer Orts- und hoher Zeitauflösung
Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Möllmann, FH Brandenburg, Germany, 11.09.2012


18. Silicon Photonics Technology for Diagnostics and Biological Research
      Dr. Cary Gunn, Genalyte / USA, 09.08.2012


17. Recent Development in Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection of RF
      Integrated Circuits

      Prof. Juin J. Liou, Pegasus Distinguished Professor, University of  
      Central Florida, USA, 09.08.2012 


16. Functional Organization of Proteins into Micropatterns

      Jacob Piehler, Division of Biophysics, University of Osnabrueck, Germany,


15. Pulsed UV-laser Processing of Amorphous and Crystalline Group
      IV Semiconductors
      Dr. Stefano Chiussi, University Vigo, Spain, 18.06.2012


14. State-of-the-art GaN based Heterostructures Grown by MBE
       Stefan Schmult, TU Dresden, IHM, Nanoelectronics Materials,
       Germany, 07.05.2012


13. A Molecular Route to Carbon Nanomembranes and Graphene for
       Functional Applications
Andrey Turchanin, Physik supramolekularer Systeme und Oberflächen,
       Fakultät für Physik, Universität Bielefeld Bielefeld Institute of Biophysics
       and Nanoscience (BINAS), 20.04.2012


12. Monocrystalline Silicon Microwave MEMS Devices at KTH Royal
       Insitute of Technology, Stockholm

       Prof. Joachim Oberhammer, Stockholm, Sweden, 18.04.2012


11. Novel X-ray Diffraction Schemes for the Investigation of Nanoparticles
       under Reaction Conditions
       Prof. Andreas Stierle, DESY and University of Hamburg,
       Germany 17.04.2012 


10. Light-Matter Interaction in a Microcavity-Controlled Graphene


       Michael Engel, Institute of Nanotechnology,Karlsruhe Institute of

       Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, 04.04.2012


09. Nanoscale Analysis of Eelectroforming and Switching in Resistive

      Switching SrTiO3 Devices  

      Dr. R. Dittmann, FZ Jülich, Germany, 21.03.2012 


08. ReRAM – a Case Study of Wishful Thinking and Pitfalls      

       Prof. R. Waser, FZ Jülich, Germany, 21.03.2012 


07. Strained Si(Ge) Channels and Epitaxial Silicides for High
       Mobility QW- MOSFETs

       D. Buca, Peter Grünberg Institute 9 (PGI 9 -IT) and JARA-FIT,
       Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany, 09.03.2012

06. Cognitive Sensorimotor Loops

       Dr. Manfred Hild, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany,  07.03.2012 


05. Cerium Oxide on Metal and Semiconductor Surfaces

       Jan-Ingo Flege, Universität Bremen, Germany, 21.02.2012 


04. (HR)TEM and Electron Holography of Semiconductor Nanophotonic
       Michael Lehmann, Institut für Optik und Atomare Physik, Technische
       Universität Berlin, Germany, 17.02.2012


03. Local Compressibility Measurements of Correlated States in Suspended
      Bilayer Graphene

      Dr. Jens Martin, School of Physics, Exeter University, UK, 23.01.2012
02. Raman Spectroscopy of Graphene

      Prof. Janina Maultzsch, TU Berlin, Germany, 12.01.2012


01. Microscopic Simulation of Noise in SiGe HBTs

      Prof. Christoph Jungemann, Institut für Theoretische Elektrotechnik RWTH  
      Aachen, Germany, 09.01.2012








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