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Arbeitsgruppen am Physik-Department

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Chemische Physik fern des Gleichgewichts (Prof. Katharina Krischer)

We are working on topics falling into two different areas: Nonlinear Dynamics (e.g. Pattern Recognition, Pattern Formation during Si-Electrodissolution, Pattern Formation in Electrocatalytic Reactions, Complex Ginzburg-Landau Equation) and Artificial Photosynthesis - Photoelectrochemistry.

Experimentalphysik funktionaler Spinsysteme (Prof. Christian Back)

The research of our group is focused on the detailed understanding of magnetization dynamics in hybrid materials comprising of ultrathin magnetic layers in combination with topological materials or with materials inducing strong interfacial spin-orbit interaction. We tailor novel hybrid magnetic structures and investigate their static and dynamic magnetic properties. Among the subjects covered in our research are the dynamics in confined magnetic systems, magnonics, spin orbitronics, hybrid topological materials, high resolution magnetic microscopy as well as magnetic phase transitions in low dimensional systems. In our group we use several techniques to examine magnetization dynamics, the propagation of spinwaves and the efficiency of charge to spin current conversion. At the heart of our research projects are various time and spatially resolved high resolution magnetic microscopy techniques.

Experimentelle Halbleiterphysik (Prof. Martin Stutzmann)

Our work at the Walter Schottky Institut deals with various aspects of new and non conventional semiconductor materials and material combinations: semiconductors with a wide bandgap, disordered semiconductors, advanced thin film systems etc.

Funktionelle Materialien (Prof. Peter Müller-Buschbaum)

We examine the physical fundamentals of material properties using scattering methods (neutrons-, x-ray and dynamic light scattering). The general goal of our research is to jugde from the knowledge of the microscopic dynamics and structure for explaining the functional characteristics of condensed matter.

Halbleiter-Nanostrukturen und -Quantensysteme (Prof. Jonathan Finley)

Our group explores a wide range of topics related to the fundamental physics of nanostructured materials and their quantum-electronic and -photonic properties. We study the unique electronic, photonic and quantum properties of materials patterned over nanometer lengthscales and explore how sub-components can be integrated together to realise entirely new materials with emergent properties. This convergence of materials-nanotechnology, quantum electronics and photonics is strongly interdisciplinary, spanning topics across physics, materials science and engineering.

Kollektive Quantendynamik (Prof. Michael Knap)

Wir erforschen eine breite Klasse an Fragestellungen in der Theorie der kondensierten Materie, die auch zu Quantenoptik, Atomphysik und computerorientierter Physik übergreifen. Wechselwirkungen und Korrelationen in kondensierter Materie führen zu eindrucksvollen und neuartigen Phänomenen, welche durch das kollektive Verhalten der Quantenteilchen entstehen. Beispiele, die in der Natur vorkommen, sind unter anderem Supraleitung, Quantenmagnetismus und Suprafluide. Unsere Forschung untersucht Nichtgleichgewichtsquantendynamik und Transport in ultrakalten Quantengasen, Licht-Materie Systemen sowie in korrelierten Quantenmaterialien.

Laser- und Röntgenphysik (Prof. Reinhard Kienberger)

Our group aims at investigating processes inside atoms and molecules on the shortest timescale reached so far, the attosecond timescale. One attosecond compares to one second like one second to the age of the universe. New insight into ever smaller microscopic units of matter as well as in ever faster evolving chemical, physical or atomic processes pushes the frontiers in many fields in science. The interest in these ultrashort processes is the driving force behind the development of sources and measurement techniques that allow time-resolved studies at ever shorter timescales.

Molekulare Nanowissenschaft an Grenzflächen (Prof. Wilhelm Auwärter)

Our research focuses on the creation of nanoscale model systems on atomically tailored surfaces, enabling the study and control of single-molecule processes as well as the self-assembly of supramolecular structures. The studies are inspired by the chemistry of life – which shows how functionally versatile a single set of molecular building blocks can be – and oriented toward innovation in nanotechnology.

Nanotechnologie und Nanomaterialien (Prof. Alexander Holleitner)

The Holleitner group investigates optoelectronic phenomena in nanoscale circuits with special focus on ultrafast optoelectronics, quantum optoelectronics, and excitonic systems. The research topics aim to fully exploit the potential of nanoscale circuits for optoelectronic and photovoltaic applications, as well as for communication and information technologies.

Neutronenstreuung (Prof. Peter Böni)

Scientific activities covered by our group include the fundamental properties of magnetic and superconducting materials (bulk compounds and thin films), materials science and a few selected problems in particle physics. Our group has a long tradition in neutron related research, notably the development of state-of-the-art neutron scattering techniques.

Oberflächen- und Grenzflächenphysik (Prof. Johannes Barth)

Unsere Forschungsaktivitäten zielen auf das fundamentale Verständnis von Phänomenen an Grenzflächen sowie deren Kontrolle zum Design funktioneller niedrig-dimensionaler Nanostrukturen. Wir erforschen und manipulieren einzelne Nano-Objekte und hochorganisierte supramolekulare Systeme.

Physik der Energiewandlung und -speicherung (Prof. Aliaksandr Bandarenka)

We conduct research in the area of the physics of energy conversion and storage. The main topics include the design and implementation of functional materials and a better understanding and characterization of electrified interfaces. The material design is based on a bottom-up approach using input from electrochemical surface science and starting from model surfaces.

Physik der weichen Materie (Prof. Christine Papadakis)

Das Fachgebiet Physik weicher Materie befasst sich mit den Struktur, Dynamik und Kinetik von nanostrukturierten Polymersystemen, u.a. amphiphilen und schaltbare Blockcopolymeren, dünnen Polymerfilmen, sowie Polymeren für medizinische Anwendungen. Es werden hauptsächlich Streumethoden eingesetzt, sowohl an Großforschungsanlagen als auch im Labor.

Plasmarand- und Divertorphysik (Prof. Ulrich Stroth)

Wir vertreten das Gebiet der Plasmaphysik an der TUM in Lehre und Forschung. Der Fokus unserer Arbeiten liegt auf den Gebiet der magnetisierten Hochtemperaturplasmen, die in Fusionsexperimenten oder auch im Universum zu beobachten sind. Unser besonderes Interesse gilt Prozessen, die für die Entwicklung der Fusion als zukünftige Energiequelle wichtige sind.

Quantenmaterie (Prof. Elena Hassinger)

Our group focuses on Quantum Matter, materials with unusual electronic properties. We study these materials by experimental investigations at very low temperature and under high magnetic field and high pressure. Particularly, we are trying to understand the electronic behavior in novel states of matter through a direct detection of the Fermi surface via quantum oscillations, a fundamental “fingerprint” of a material.

Quantentechnologien (Prof. Menno Poot)

Unsere Arbeitsgruppe beschäftigt sich mit Quantentechnologien. Wir stellen mit modernsten Methoden der Nano-Fertigung Chips her, die es uns erlauben vielfältige Quanteneffekte zu untersuchen. Ein weiteres interessantes Gebiet ist die integrierte Quantenoptik. Wir entwerfen, fertigen und vermessen photonische Chips, die einzelne Photonen erzeugen, manipulieren und nachweisen.

Technische Physik (Prof. Rudolf Gross)

The research activities of the Walther-Meißner-Institute are focused on low temperature solid-state and condensed matter physics. The research program is devoted to both fundamental and applied research and also addresses materials science, thin film and nanotechnology aspects.

Theoretische Festkörperphysik (Prof. Frank Pollmann)

Wir sind an einer Vielzahl von Problemen in der Theorie der kondensierten Materie interessiert. Unser Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Untersuchung von Phänomenen, die durch quantenmechanische Effekte in Systemen korrelierter Elektronen entstehen. Zu den Forschungsgebieten gehören die Untersuchung topologischer Phasen der Materie, geometrisch frustrierte Systeme, die Dynamik in Quanten-Vielteilchensystemen und die Anwendung von Quanteninformationskonzepten.

Topologie korrelierter Systeme (Prof. Christian Pfleiderer)

Scientific activities covered at our institute include the fundamental properties of magnetic and superconducting materials (bulk compounds and thin films), materials science and a few selected problems in particle physics. The institute has a long tradition in neutron related research, notably the development of state-of-the-art neutron scattering techniques.

Vielteilchenphänomene (Prof. Wilhelm Zwerger)

Research in the theory group led by Prof. Wilhelm Zwerger is focused on quantum and statistical physics in a wide range of areas, from condensed matter physics and nanostructures to ultracold gases and the interface between quantum optics and solid state physics. We are working in collaboration with a number of groups in the Munich area and beyond, in particular with the Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics (MPQ) and within the Nano-Inititative Munich (NIM).

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