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Selected Topics of Semiconductor Physics

Prof. Frederick Koch [1]

A scientific symposium in memory of

**Professor Dr. Frederick Koch**

*1. Juni 1937         †29. Juli 2012

Venue

Friday, November 23, 2012

Rudolf Mößbauer Lecture Hall (Hörsaal 1)

Physik-Department

TU München in Garching

Registration

We kindly request the favor of your registration by fax or e-mail before November 16, 2012 (*Contact* below).

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Program

Time

Topic

Speaker

14:00 - 14:30

40 Years of Semiconductor Physics at TUM

Gerhard Abstreiter, TU München

14:30 - 15:00

Spectroscopy of Quasi-Particles Trapped in Field-Effect Devices

Jörg P. Kotthaus, LMU München

15:00 - 15:30

Spin Resonance in Two-Dimensional Electron Systems

Klaus von Klitzing, MPI FKF Stuttgart

15:30 - 16:00

Wide Band Gap Oxide Semiconductors

Bruno K. Meyer, Universität Giessen

16:00 - 17:30

Informal Discussions with Coffee, Cake and Bavarian “Brotzeit”

Organizers

Gerhard Abstreiter (abstreiter@wsi.tum.de)

Jonathan J. Finley

Martin Stutzmann

Walter-Schottky-Institut und Physik-Department

Contact

Technische Universität München

Walter Schottky Institute (E24)

Frau Irmgard Neuner

Am Coulombwall 4

85748 Garching

Phone: +49-(0)89-289-11571

Fax: +49-(0)89-289-12704

Email: neuner@wsi.tum.de

Directions

Subway: end of line U6 “Garching-Forschungszentrum”

By car: motorway A9, exit “Garching-Nord”

A map and detailed directions are found here.

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Photo: Wenzel Schürmann, TUM

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