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Masterabsolventen – Jahrgang 2010/11

Name Vorname Themensteller(in) Lehrstuhl/Institut Thema
Bouilly Guillaume Petry E13 Evolution of structure and properties in SrCoO2.5/CaFeO2.5 thin film multilayer by chemical oxidation
Bucher Martin Holleitner E24 Colloidal quantum dots as down conversion material for solar cells
Bytschkow Denis Günter IPP Investigation of MHD mode rotation in the tokamak ASDEX Upgrade
Chillal Shravani Petry E13 Lattice Dynamics of Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloy: Ni-Mn-Ga
Czapski Michal Petry E13 Negative thermal expansion in Bi1-xLnxNiO3 (Ln: La, Nd, Eu, Dy)
Daccache Layal Schneider E19 Photo-Induced Hydrogen Production in Semiconducting Surfaces
Dennhardt Benjamin Kienberger E11 Towards Attosecond UV/XUV Pump-Probe Experiments
Irlinger Josef Laubereau E12 State-of-the-art high-power laser development: Beam stabilization for high-field applications
Kraeh Christian Abstreiter E24 Characterization of PNA/DNA Hybrids for Surface Biosensors
Kumar Deepu Stutzmann E25 Organic Semiconductors in Electrolyte Sensing Applications
Mayer Peter Hasinger IPP Integration of a wavefront sensor detector for a laser guide star system
Mihiretie Besira Mekonnen Petry E13 Lattice dynamics in ferromagnetic shape-memory alloy
Sachsenhauser Matthias Abstreiter E24 Preparation of Gold Nanoparticle Structures with DNA and Protein Linkers
Wiedemann Birgit Finley WSI Investigation of localized surface plasmons in periodic gold nanostructures
Xie Qiushi Abstreiter E24 Transport properties of modulation doped GaAs-AlGaAs Heterostructure Nanowires

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