Low Energy Electrons in Solids

Introduction

We study the electroic properties of solid at rather low energies, in the range of µeV and meV. Here we address the charge carrier dynamics in metals and superconductors as well as low-energy electronic and magnetic excitations in general. We employ optical methods, i.e. microwave spectroscopy (broadband and resonant) and THz spectroscopy. Topics of present research include:


Current projects in the field of low-energy electrons in solids:

 

People

 

 

 

Former members:

  • Simon Zimmermann (BSc-Arbeit 2015)
  • Wolfgang Voesch (MSc-Arbeit 2015)
  • Markus Bader (Wissenschaftliche Arbeit 2015)
  • Vincent Fritz (BSc-Arbeit 2015)
  • Julian Uhl (BSc-Arbeit 2015)
  • Lena Daschke (MSc-Arbeit 2015)
  • Conrad Clauß (Doktorarbeit 2014)
  • Maximilian Felger (MSc-Arbeit 2014, BSc-Arbeit 2011)
  • Yvonne Wiemann (MSc-Arbeit2014, BSc-Arbeit 2012)
  • Katja Parkkinen (MSc-Arbeit 2014)
  • Carl Fürderer (BSc-Arbeit 2014)
  • Subash Panthi (MSc-Arbeit 2014)
  • Sadegh Ebrahimi (MSc-Arbeit 2013)
  • Jonathan Nägele (BSc-Student 2013)
  • Tobias Rau (BSc-Student 2013)
  • René Ehehalt (Praktikant 2013)
  • Daniel Hafner (MSc-Arbeit 2012)
  • Katrin Steinberg (Doktorarbeit 2012)
  • Nicolas Nehm (Diplomarbeit 2011)
  • Thomas Weig (MSc-Arbeit 2011)
  • Sebastian Brenner (Diplomarbeit 2011)
  • Christian Fella (Diplomarbeit 2011)
  • Diana Geiger (Diplomarbeit 2011)
  • Bernd Kübler (BSc-Arbeit 2011)
  • Frank Herrmannsdörfer (BSc-Arbeit 2010)
  • Julia Ostertag (Diplomarbeit 2009)
  • Judith Bach (Diplomarbeit 2009)
  • René Ramsperger (Diplomarbeit 2008)
  • Serife Kilic (Diplomarbeit 2006)
  • Marco Hering (Diplomarbeit 2004)
  • Anung Wilson Anojah (MSc-Arbeit 2003)
  • Hartmut Schneider (Wissenschaftliche Arbeit 1999