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Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces

Prof. Johannes Barth

Research Field

Research at E20 aims at the fundamental understanding of interface phenomena and their control for the design of functional nanoarchitectures in reduced dimensions. We investigate and manipulate individual nano-objects and highly organized supramolecular systems.

Utilizing scanning probe microscopy tools we examine the interior of complex molecules and develop self-assembly protocols for nanotextured surfaces. With advanced spectroscopy techniques we study charge transfer and electronic reconfiguration processes at ultimate temporal resolution. These activities promote the development of novel bottom-up fabrication methodologies and the molecular-level engineering of materials with tailored properties.

Address/Contact

James-Franck-Str. 1
85748 Garching b. München
+49 89 289 12608
Fax: +49 89 289 12338

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Teaching

Course with Participations of Group Members

Titel und Modulzuordnung
ArtSWSDozent(en)Termine
Fundamentals of Surface and Nanoscale Science
eLearning-Kurs
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
VO 2 Reichert, J.
Mitwirkende: Allegretti, F.
Di, 14:00–16:00, PH II 227
Seminar to Fundamentals of Surface and Nanoscale Science
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
PS 2 Feulner, P.
Mitwirkende: Reichert, J.
Di, 16:00–17:00, PH II 227
Übung zu Physik für Life-Science-Ingenieure 1
eLearning-Kurs
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
UE 3 Reichert, J.
Leitung/Koordination: Iglev, H.
Mitwirkende: Allegretti, F.
Termine in Gruppen
Übung zu Physik für Life Sciences
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
UE 3 Allegretti, F. Wirtensohn, S.
Leitung/Koordination: Herzen, J.
Termine in Gruppen
Autumn School on Surface Chemical Physics & Functional Interfaces
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
SE 1 Auwärter, W. Barth, J. Mo, 09:00–19:00
Doktorandenkolloquium: Molekulare Nanowissenschaften
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
KO 2 Barth, J. Fr, 14:00–16:00, PH II 227
FOPRA-Versuch 35: Elektronenspektroskopie an Oberflächen (AEP, BIO, KM)
aktuelle Informationen
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
PR 1 Piquero-Zulaica, I. Rostami, M.
Leitung/Koordination: Barth, J.
FOPRA-Versuch 83: Rastertunnelmikroskopie & Abbildung von Molekülen
aktuelle Informationen
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
PR 1 Meier, D. Papageorgiou, A. Ran, W.
Leitung/Koordination: Barth, J.
FOPRA-Versuch 89: Grundlegende Methoden der Oberflächenphysik
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
PR 1 Cao, N. Zhao, W.
Leitung/Koordination: Barth, J.
Fragestunde zu Physikalisches Praktikum für Life Sciences
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist keinem Modul zugeordnet.
RE 5 Allegretti, F.
Physikalisches Praktikum für Life Sciences (Semesterpraktikum)
eLearning-Kurs aktuelle Informationen
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
PR 3 Allegretti, F.
Leitung/Koordination: Iglev, H.
Termine in Gruppen
Repetitorium zu Seminar zu Grundlagen der Oberflächen- und Nanowissenschaften
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
RE 2
Leitung/Koordination: Feulner, P.
Seminar über wissenschaftliche Arbeitsmethoden in der Oberflächenphysik
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
SE 2 Barth, J. Do, 12:00–14:00, PH II 227
Seminar zu aktuellen Fragen der Oberflächenphysik
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
SE 2 Barth, J. Do, 10:00–12:00, PH II 227
Tutorenseminar zu Physik für Life-Science-Ingenieure 1
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist keinem Modul zugeordnet.
SE 2 Iglev, H. Reichert, J.
Vorträge im Rahmen des TUM Berufungs- und Karrieresystems
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist keinem Modul zugeordnet.
KO 0.1
Leitung/Koordination: Barth, J.

Offers for Theses in the Group

Binding of gaseous compounds on surface supported metalloporphyrin arrays
For the creation of novel materials and devices, inspiration is frequently sought in nature. Metalloporphyrins are natural compounds and common prosthetic groups to handle respiratory gases, sensing and catalytic functions. Arrays of metalloporphyrin layers under vacuum conditions present a versatile playground for functional interfaces due to the coordinatively unsaturated metal centers. Complexes of inorganic gaseous molecules, as CO, with metalloporphyrins are important intermediate species in catalytic processes, crucial in chemical processing. We aim to improve the fundamental understanding of these complex systems, in order to enable green chemical production. Hence, we perform model experiments with different metalloporphyrins (e.g. ruthenium octaethylporphyrin or ruthenium tetraphenylporphyrin) on different well-defined metal surfaces (e.g. Ag(111) or Cu(110)). Our methods are, on the one hand, visualization of the porphyrin structures on the metal surface with scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) on a submolecular level. To support these data we use spectroscopic methods, such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). The bachelor thesis would focus on adsorption experiments with CO on metalloporphyrins with STM.
suitable as
  • Bachelor’s Thesis Physics
Supervisor: Anthoula Chrysa Papageorgiou

Current and Finished Theses in the Group

Engineering Interfacial Molecular Nanostructures using Carboxyl-, Alkyne- and Thiol-Functionalized Tectons on Noble Metals
Abschlussarbeit im Masterstudiengang Physik (Physik der kondensierten Materie)
Themensteller(in): Johannes Barth
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