M.Sc. Hannah Schamoni
Ausgeschriebene Angebote für Abschlussarbeiten
- Optoelectronic Characterization of Hybrid Systems of Organic and Inorganic Semiconductors
- Hybrid systems of organic and inorganic semiconductors are attractive for novel types of solar cells and light emitting devices, as they combine the high carrier mobility and stability of inorganic materials with the low production costs and the flexibility of organic semiconductors. In order to identify the most promising material combinations, the properties of the hybrid systems need to be understood in detail. In this work, the organic semiconducting molecule F16CuPc (Fig. 1) will be deposited on inorganic semiconductors like Si, SiC, or GaN by organic molecular beam deposition. After optimizing the organic thin film growth, the resulting hybrid systems (Fig. 2) will be characterized with respect to their structural and optoelectronic properties. The aim of this project is to gain information about the influence of the choice of organic and inorganic semiconductor materials on the organic/inorganic interface of the heterojunction. For further information, please contact Hannah Schamoni (Hannah.Schamoni(at)wsi.tum.de). To apply, please submit your CV and your transcript of records.
- geeignet als
- Masterarbeit Physik der kondensierten Materie
- Masterarbeit Applied and Engineering Physics
- Themensteller(in): Martin Stutzmann