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A6: Hybride semiconductors – metal nanowire composites for opto-electronic devices

Hybride semiconductors – metal nanowire composites for opto-electronic devices

Project A6 combines the findings from the first funding period, which investigated the transport properties of metallic nanowires as well as inorganic nanoparticles as a function of microstructure and microstructure with c-AFM and electron microscopy methods. The follow-up project will address the electrical and optical properties of nanoparticle-filled nanowire composites. The focus of the investigations is on the microscopic understanding of the charge carrier transport between the semiconducting matrix and the metallically conductive nanowires. In situ X-ray spectroscopy under light (c-AFM and STM) should provide insight into the electrical processes at the interfaces.

Members

Violetta Kalancha, M. Sc.

Chair of Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology

Jonas Wortmann, M. Sc.

Chair of Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology

Supervisor

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christoph J. Brabec

Chair of Materials for Electronics and Energy Technology