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Aktuelle Probleme der Festkörpertheorie [WS 2012/13]
10:15 Uhr, Raum: T-2003

24.10.2012 Andreas Prinz-Zwick
Zeno-Effekt bei endlicher Messdauer
31.10.2012 Sebastian Tölle
Boltzmann-Gleichung und thermoelektrische Effekte (I)
07.11.2012 Prof. Dr. Ulrich Eckern
Basics of Solid State Theory
14.11.2012 Sebastian Tölle
Boltzmann-Gleichung und thermoelektrische Effekte (II)
21.11.2012 Prof. Dr. Ulrich Eckern
Basics of Solid State Theory (II)
28.11.2012 Prof. Dr. Ulrich Eckern
Basics of Solid State Theory (III)
06.12.2012 Dr. Ruijing Struckmeier
Interface properties of NiMnSb/MgO and NiMnSi/MgO
12.12.2012 Dr. Sergey Mikhailov
Nonlinear broadening of the plasmon linewidth in a graphene stripe
19.12.2012 Dr. Andreas Sinner
Scaling function of disordered graphene
09.01.2013 Antonio Hill
Finite-size scaling for lattice fermions in two dimensions
16.01.2013 Johannes Wanner
Spin dynamics in quantum wells under the influence of surface acoustic waves
30.01.2013 Dr. Nuttachai Jutong
The effects of oxygen vacancies and rare earth doping on the properties of EuO

Aktuelle Probleme der Festkörpertheorie [SS 2013]
10:15 Uhr, Raum: T-2003

29.05.2013 Dr. Mohamed Fadlallah (Benha University, Egypt)
Transport properties of metal phthalocyanines and fluorinated metal phthalocyanines
19.06.2013 Dr. Sergey Mikhailov
Ferroelectric instability of two-dimensional crystals
24.07.2013 Christian Schiegg (R-506)
Energie- und Ladungstransport in einer Dimension - Modellrechnungen für spinlose Fermionen
29.07.2013 Prof. Roberto Raimondi (Universita di Roma Tre) (T-2004)
Spintronics (first of five lectures*)
30.07.2013 Prof. Roberto Raimondi (Universita di Roma Tre) (T-2004)
Spintronics (second of five lectures*)
31.07.2013 Prof. Roberto Raimondi (Universita di Roma Tre) (T-2004)
Spintronics (third of five lectures*)
01.08.2013 Prof. Roberto Raimondi (Universita di Roma Tre) (T-2004)
Spintronics (fourth of five lectures*)
02.08.2013 Prof. Roberto Raimondi (Universita di Roma Tre) (T-2004)
Spintronics (last lecture*)

(*)These lectures cover recent developments in the theory of spin transport in 2-dimensional and nano-structured systems, as well as technical applications. After an introduction, an overview will be given on the Giant Magneto-Resistance (GMR) effect; then the basis of recent novel developments, the spin-orbit interaction, is investigated. The theory of the spin-Hall effect in 2-dimensional semiconductors is studied in considerable detail. The final part will be devoted to two systems at the forefront of today's research, namely graphene and topological insulators.