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Projects

Project area A: Graphene-based systems

antidot lattice in graphene

Antidot lattice in graphene

  1. Heterostructures of graphene (Richter, Weiss) (Eroms, Giessibl, Richter, Weiss)
  2. Symmetry breaking and microwave/terahertz electric field induced dc currents in graphene layers (Ganichev, Schliemann)
  3. Femtosecond nanoscopy of graphene plasmonics (Eroms, Huber, Schliemann, Weiss)
  4. Plasmonic hotspots in graphene photodiodes (Eroms, Lupton, Weiss)
  5. Adsorbates on graphene (Eroms, Fabian, Giessibl, Weiss)
Application of graphene for chemical sensors

Application of graphene for chemical sensors

Project area B: Carbon nanotubes-based nanostructures

A parallel magnetic field can induce a semiconductor-metal transition in a SWNT

A parallel magnetic field can induce a semiconductor-metal transition in a SWNT

  1. Ultra-clean carbon nanotubes as model systems for novel electronic interaction phenomena (Grifoni, Hüttel, Schüller, Strunk)
  2. Vibro-electronic spectrum and dynamics of suspended carbon nanotubes (Grifoni, Hüttel, Strunk)
  3. Carbon nanotubes as chiral templates for π-conjugated molecules (Lupton, Schüller)

Project area C: Molecular conductors and hybrids

  1. Forces in molecular electronics (Repp, Richter, Niehaus)
  2. Symmetry breaking by molecules (Grifoni, Lupton, Niehaus)
  3. π-conjugated molecules on Graphene (Hirsch, Lupton, Niehaus, Schüller)
  4. Defect structures in CVD-graphene and their potential for biosensing (Hirsch, Repp, Strunk)
A molecule between SWNT leads transition in a SWNT

A molecule between SWNT leads (Nat. Nanotech. 2, 176 (2007))

Molecular structures on insulating films

Molecular structures on insulating films