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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 50: HL Poster IV

Donnerstag, 15. März 2018, 19:00–21:00, Poster B

19:00 HL 50.1 Geometry-induced effect on magnetoresistance in open superconductor microtubesRoman Rezaev, Ekaterina Smirnova, Evgeniy Posenitskiy, Evgeniy Levchenko, and •Vladimir Fomin
19:00 HL 50.2 Soft Microrobots with Adaptive Geometry — •Mariana Medina Sánchez
19:00 HL 50.3 Functional renormalization group approach to interacting three-dimensional Weyl semimetalsAnand Sharma, •Arthur Scammell, Jan Krieg, and Peter Kopietz
  19:00 HL 50.4 The contribution has been withdrawn.
19:00 HL 50.5 Towards ultra broadband photon pairs using PZT material — •Stephane Clemmen
19:00 HL 50.6 Investigation of 3D-printed phase waveplates for THz beam shaping — •Jan Gospodaric, Stefan Rotter, Christian Huber, Dieter Suess, and Andrei Pimenov
19:00 HL 50.7 Receiver Module for Free-Space Single-Photon QKD using Solid-State Quantum-Light Sources — •Timm Kupko, Stephan Reitzenstein, and Tobias Heindel
19:00 HL 50.8 Droplet epitaxy growth and characterization of InAs QDs — •David Fricker, Zheng Zeng, Detlev Grützmacher, Mihail Ion Lepsa, and Beata Kardynal
19:00 HL 50.9 Effects of crystal annealing on the spin coherence time in silicon carbide — •Daniel Klenkert, Christian Kasper, Georgy V. Astakhov, Ingo Lederer, and Vladimir Dyakonov
19:00 HL 50.10 Defect-affected Current in Silicon Carbide: Towards Photoelectric Spin Readout — •Michael Hollenbach, Christian Kasper, Dimitrij Poprygin, Andreas Sperlich, Makino Takahiro, Takeshi Ohshima, Georgy V. Astakhov, and Vladimir Dyakonov
19:00 HL 50.11 Towards an Optical Interface to Spin Qubits in GaAs — •Zheng Zeng, Arne Ludwig, Eva Groß, Hendrik Bluhm, and Beata Kardynał
19:00 HL 50.12 Accurate Optical Alignment of Self-assembled Quantum Dots with Gate-defined Quantum Dots — •Eva Gross, Arne Ludwig, Zheng Zeng, Detlev Grützmacher, and Beata Kardynal
19:00 HL 50.13 Spin Lifetime and Magnetoconductance in Wurtzite Semiconductor Nanowires — •Paul Wenk, Michael Kammermeier, John Schliemann, Florian Dirnberger, and Dominique Bougeard
19:00 HL 50.14 Topological spintronic devices based on BiSbTeSe2 flakes — •Patrick Janoschka, Fan Yang, Zhiwei Wang, Alexey Taskin, and Yoichi Ando
19:00 HL 50.15 Effect of Exchange-correlation functional on spin-admixture parameter calculated from first principles — •Uday Chopra, Shambhawi Pandey, Sergei Egorov, Jairo Sinova, and Erik R. McNellis
19:00 HL 50.16 Structural and spin transport studies of Co2FeSi/MgO/GaAs heterostructures — •Georg Hoffmann, Manfred Ramsteiner, and Jens Herfort
19:00 HL 50.17 Simulation of Spin Transport with Spatially Varying Transport Parameters — •Daniel Schiermeier, Stefan Hartl, Tobias Völkl, Dieter Weiss, and Jonathan Eroms
19:00 HL 50.18 Higher order noise spectra of continuous quantum measurements — •Daniel Hägele and Fabian Schefczik
19:00 HL 50.19 Fabrication of bulk-insulating topological insulator nanowires — •Matthias Rößler, Dingxun Fan, Andrea Bliesener, Zhiwei Wang, Alexey Taskin, and Yoichi Ando
19:00 HL 50.20 Topological Weyl semimetals of Bi1xSbx alloys — •Yu-Hsin Su, Wujun Shi, Claudia Felser, and Yan Sun
19:00 HL 50.21 MBE grown ultrathin and magnetically doped topological insulator films — •Andrea Bliesener, Gertjan Lippertz, Fan Yang, Alexey Taskin, and Yoichi Ando
19:00 HL 50.22 Chemical and structural defects in magnetically doped topological insulators — •Jakub Šebesta, Pavel Baláž, and Karel Carva
19:00 HL 50.23 Geometry and electronic structure of the antimonene/Bi2Se3 interface — •Conor Hogan, Kris Holtgrewe, Simone Sanna, Roberto Flammini, Stefano Colonna, Fabio Ronci, Sanjoy Mahatha, Paolo Moras, Polina Sheverdyaeva, Alessandro Barla, Marco Papagno, Z. S. Aliev, E. V. Chulkov, and Carlo Carbone
19:00 HL 50.24 Selective area grown ZnTe nanowires as the basis for a quasi-one-dimensional realization of the Topological Insulator HgTe — •Jan Hajer, Willi Mantei, Maximilian Kessel, Christoph Brüne, Hartmut Buhmann, and Laurens W. Molenkamp
19:00 HL 50.25 Growth and Electrical Characterization of (Bi1−xSbx)2Te3 Topological Insulator Nanoribbons — •Dingxun Fan, Matthias Rössler, Zhiwei Wang, Oliver Breunig, Fan Yang, Alexey Taskin, and Yoichi Ando
19:00 HL 50.26 Measuring Quantum Spin Networks with NV Centers in Diamond — •Domenico Paone, Dinesh Pinto, Lukas Schlipf, Bastian Kern, Amit Finkler, Jörg Wrachtrup, and Klaus Kern
19:00 HL 50.27 Tight-Binding Simulation of Multilayer Graphene Quantum Dots — •Christian Wimmenauer, Stefan Fasbender, and Thomas Heinzel
19:00 HL 50.28 Precise frequency estimation using a quantum sensor — •Simon Schmitt, Daniel Louzon, Tuvia Gefen, Liam McGuinness, Alex Retzker, and Fedor Jelezko
19:00 HL 50.29 Coherent control of solid state nuclear spin nano-ensembles — •Nikolas Tomek, Thomas Unden, Timo Weggler, Florian Frank, Paz London, Hideyuki Watanabe, Kohei M. Itoh, Martin B. Plenio, Boris Naydenov, and Fedor Jelezko
19:00 HL 50.30 CVD grown nitrogen-vacancy centers in isotopically controlled <111> diamond — •Christian Osterkamp, Martin Mangold, Priyadharshini Balasubramanian, Boris Naydenov, and Fedor Jelezko
19:00 HL 50.31 Structural and electronic properties of natural graphite — •Ana Champi and Henrique Ferreira
19:00 HL 50.32 XPS Study on the Doping of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Covalent Functionalization — •Daniel Przyrembel, Mareen Gläske, Antonio Setaro, Mohsen Adeli, Rainer Haag, Stephanie Reich, and Martin Weinelt
19:00 HL 50.33 Mid- to far-infrared localized surface plasmon resonance in chalcogen-hyperdoped Si — •Mao Wang, Slawomir Prucnal, Yonder Berencén, Lars Rebohle, Tommy Schönherr, Ye Yuan, Chi Xu, Muhammad Bilal Khan, Roman Böttger, Wolfgang Skorupa, Manfred Helm, and Shengqiang Zhou
19:00 HL 50.34 Stimulated Microwave Emission from Vacancy Defects in 4H Silicon Carbide for Maser Applications — •Andreas Gottscholl, Georgy V. Astakhov, Andreas Sperlich, and Vladimir Dyakonov
19:00 HL 50.35 Liquide phase crystallized silicon for tandem cell application — •Martina Trahms, Natalie Preissler, Cham Thi Trinh, Bernd Rech, and Daniel Amkreutz
19:00 HL 50.36 Structure and chemistry of crystalline silicon-aluminum oxide interfaces — •Arne Ahrens and Michael Seibt
19:00 HL 50.37 Controlled Nickel Silicidation of Silicon Nanowires for Fabrication of Reconfigurable Field Effect Transistors — •Muhammad Bilal Khan, Dipjyoti Deb, Slawomir Prucnal, Mathias Voelskow, Artur Erbe, and Yordan M. Georgiev
19:00 HL 50.38 Top-down fabrication of sub-20 nm germanium nanowires for nanoelectronics and photonics applications — •Shim Jazavandi Ghamsari, Muhammad Bilal Khan, Lars Rebohle, Arthur Erbe, and Yordan M. Georgiev
19:00 HL 50.39 Magneto-conductivity experiments and simulation on two dimensional Lorentz gas systems — •Beate Horn, Jakob Schluck, Klaus Pierz, Hans Werner Schumacher, and Thomas Heinzel
19:00 HL 50.40 Simulation of morphology and electric behavior of a printed vertical field effect transistor — •Manuel Rommel, Pascal Friederich, and Wolfgang Wenzel
19:00 HL 50.41 Quantum mechanical simulations of the magneto-conductivity of two dimensional Lorentz-gases — •Christopher Kraus, Jakob Schluck, and Thomas Heinzel
19:00 HL 50.42 Optical and structural properties of PLD-grown TiN single layers and TiN/MgO superlattices on MgO(100) substrates — •Florian Jung, Santana Ellis, Chris Sturm, Rüdiger Schmidt-Grund, Michael Lorenz, Marius Grundmann, Christian Patzig, Susanne Selle, and Thomas Höche
19:00 HL 50.43 Investigation of Silicon Nanocrystals in Silicon-Rich Silicon Oxide using Electron Nanodiffraction in STEM — •Hendrik Voigt, Tobias Meyer, and Michael Seibt
19:00 HL 50.44 Optical properties of carbon nanodots as active material in planar microcavities — •Lukas Trefflich, Frank Dissinger, Mizuki Kakei, Chris Sturm, Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Marius Grundmann, and Rüdiger Schmidt-Grund
19:00 HL 50.45 New approaches for hybrid passivation layers — •Till Welzel, Markus Wiesinger, Rui N. Pereira, and Martin Stutzmann
19:00 HL 50.46 Metallurgical grade Silicon-Air Battery in alkaline solution — •Benjamin Griesche, Richard Schalinski, Stefan L. Schweizer, and Ralf B. Wehrspohn
19:00 HL 50.47 Dispersion-engineered AlGaAsOI waveguides for on-chip SPDC — •Marlon Placke and Sven Ramelow
19:00 HL 50.48 MAD-grown NdNiO3 thin films for PEEM study of electronic phase separation — •Henrike Probst, Marius Keunecke, David Schmitt, Vitaly Bruchmann-Bamberg, Sabine Steil, Daniel Steil, Stefan Mathias, and Vasily Moshnyaga
19:00 HL 50.49 Spin dependent giant junction resistance in Fe/p-Si Schottky heterojunction — •Anirban Sarkar, Amal Kumar Das, and Thomas Brückel
19:00 HL 50.50 Charge Carrier Dynamic and Disorder in (Ga,In)As/GaAs/Ga(As,Sb) heterostructures — •Luise Rost, Sarah Karrenberg, Sebastian Gies, Christian Fuchs, Wolfgang Stolz, and Wolfram Heimbrodt
19:00 HL 50.51 atomic-scale observations of microstructure and local chemistry at the SrMnO3-SrTiO3 heterointerface — •Hongguang Wang, Vesna Srot, Yi Wang, Hans Boschker, Jochen Mannhart, and Peter A van Aken
19:00 HL 50.52 Development of industrially compatible patterning processes for the fabrication of IBC-SHJ solar cells — •Philipp Wagner, Johann-Christoph Stang, Lars Korte, Christof Schultz, Bernd Stannowski, Bert Stegemann, and Bernd Rech
19:00 HL 50.53 Shubnikov-de Haas studies on Gallium Nitride / Aluminum Gallium Nitride Heterostructures for High-electron-mobility transistors — •Raphael Müller, Sebastian Bauer, Manfred Madel, Hervé Blanck, and Klaus Thonke
19:00 HL 50.54 KPFM under local illumination - direct observation of local band bending in contacted nanostructures — •Jan Siebels, Andreas Kolditz, Dino Behn, Tobias Kipp, and Alf Mews
19:00 HL 50.55 Growth of Na-doped SnSe single crystals — •Yannik Bartlock, Marius Peters, Kristin Kliemt, and Cornelius Krellner
19:00 HL 50.56 Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Thermoelectrics based on Mesoporous Silicon and PEDOT:PSS — •Haider Haseeb, Tommy Hofmann, Danny Kojda, and Klaus Habicht
19:00 HL 50.57 Subomonlayers as novel gain medium in opto-electronic devices — •Fuad Alhussein, Bastian Herzog, Benjamin Lingnau, Mirco Kolarczik, Sophia Helmrich, David Quandt, Udo Pohl, André Strittmatter, Olaf Brox, Markus Weyers, Ulrike Woggon, Kathy Lüdge, and Nina Owschimikow
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