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Institutskolloquien 2018

12. Epitaxial Graphene Layers on Metallic and Semiconducting Surfaces
      Yuriy Dedkov, Department of Physics, Shanghai University, China, 15.10.2018

 

11. Towards a n-type Ge/SiGe THz Qantum Cascade Laser
      Prof. Dr. Monica De Seta, Dept. of Science, Università Roma Tre, Roma, Italy, 12.10.2018

10. Mid-Infrared Plasmonic Platform based on Ge-on Si: Waveguiding and Molecular Sensing
      with Germanium Nano-Structures

      Dr. Leonetta Baldassarre, Department of Physics, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 11.10.2018

 

09. Chip Design Goes “Boink”
      Dr. Ian W. Jones, Asynchronologist, Oracle Labs, 08.05.2018

 

08. Towards Ultra-High Reliability in 5G Wireless Systems

      Meryem Simsek, TU Dresden and ICSI Berkeley, Germany, 09.04.2018

 

07. Mission to the Moon

      Karsten Becker, PTScientists, Berlin, Germany, 20.03.2018

 

06. Integration of III-V on Silicon by Nanostructures

      Anna Fontcuberta i Morral & Lucas Güniat, Laboratory of Semiconductor Materials, Lausanne,
      Switzerland, 09.03.2018

 

05. Light Emission from Epitaxial Group-IV Quantum Dots 
      
Moritz Brehm, Institute of Semiconductor and Solid State Physics, Johannes Kepler University Linz,
      Austria, 08.03.2018

 

04. Wellendigital-Emulation memristiver Schaltungen – Theorie und Anwendungen

      Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing Karlheinz Ochs, Lehrstuhl für Digitale Kommunikationssysteme Ruhr-Universität
      Bochum, Germany, 22.02.2018

 

03. WIPL-D: From Low Frequency to TeraHerz - Accurate and Efficient 3D EM Simulation

      Prof. Branko Kolundzija, University of Belgrade, Serbia, 15.02.2018

 

02. Angle-Resolved Photoemission: The Basics and Application to Wide Band-Gap Oxides
      Dr. Mattia Mulazzi, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Physik, AG Analysis of Functional Surfaces,
      Berlin, Germany, 24.01.2018

 

01. Fabrication and Characterization of Nanoscale Donor Devices Towards Silicon Quantum
      Information Processing

      Dr. Neil J. Curson, London Centre for Nanotechnology - LCN, UK, 12.01.2018

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