Summer term


Semiconductor Physics / Nanostructures (Master)

This course forms the link between solid state physics and chemistry to all the interesting electronic deivces used in modern life. We look at the fundamentals of semiconductors – what sets them apart from insulators and metals, how can we describe them, and how can we change their properties? Also, we have a look at the impact of dimensional tailoring on the properties of matter and the interesting systems that have been studied so far.

This course focuses on classical and crystalline semiconductors and serves as the basis for courses on applications and devices or those dedicated to more novel materials.

Please find more information via OPAL.

Winter term


Halide Perovskites in Optoelectronics (Master)

If you want to know more about the breathtaking performance advances in a variety of optoelectronic devices based on halide perovskites or if you want to understand more about their fundamental physical properties and how to characterise them, this might just be the course for you.

It is recommended to have a good understanding of solid state and semiconductor physics, as well as having some knowledge about devices, such as solar cells, LEDs, or photodetectors.

Please find more information via OPAL.

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