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Name des Moduls [117650] Semiconductor Nanomaterials Modulcode PAFMO265

Studiengang [128] Physik ECTS Punkte 4 LP

Arbeitsaufwand für Selbststudium 75 Stunden Häufigkeit des Angebotes (Modulturnus) jedes 2. Semester (ab Sommersemester)
Arbeitsaufwand in Präsenzstunden 45 Stunden Dauer des Moduls 1 Semester
Arbeitsaufwand Summe (Workload) 120 Stunden    

Modulverantwortlicher

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Isabelle Staude

Voraussetzungen für die Vergabe von Leistungspunkten

written examination at the end of the semester and oral presentation on a current research topic

Literatur
  • P. Y. Yu and M. Cardona, Fundamentals of Semiconductors, Springer 2010
  • C. F. Klingshirn, Semiconductor Optics, Springer 1995
  • M. Fox, Quantum Optics – An Introduction, Oxford University Press 2006
Unterrichtssprache

English

Voraussetzungen für die Zulassung zum Modul

Keine

Vorkenntnisse

Fundamental knowledge on modern optics and condensed matter physics

Art des Moduls

Required elective Module M.Sc. Physics focus „Optics“

Required elective Module M.Sc. Photonics

Zusammensetzung des Moduls / Lehrformen

Lecture: 2 h per week

Exercise: 1 h per week

Inhalte

The course will cover the following topics:

  • Review of fundamentals of semiconductors
  • Optical and optoelectronic properties of semiconductors
  • Effects of quantum confinement
  • Photonic effects in semiconductor nanomaterials
  • Physical implementations of semiconductor nanomaterials, including epitaxial structures, semiconductor quantum dots and quantum wires
  • Advanced topics of current research, including 2D semiconductors and hybrid nanosystems
Lern- und Qualifikationsziele

This course aims to convey a fundamental understanding of the physics governing the optical and optoelectronic properties of semiconductor nanomaterials. First, the fundamental optical and optoelectronic properties of bulk semiconductors are reviewed, deepening and extending previously obtained knowledge in condensed matter physics. The students will then learn about the effects of quantum confinement in semiconductor systems in one, two or three spatial dimensions, as well as about photonic effects in nanostructured semiconductors. Finally, several relevant examples of semiconductor nanomaterial systems and their applications in photonics are discussed in detail. After successful completion of the course, the students should be capable of understanding present research directions and of solving basic problems within this field of research.




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