Contact

Coordinator
PD Dr. Peter Zahn

Phone: +49 351 260 3121
E-mail: nanonet@hzdr.de

Spokesperson
PD Dr. Artur Erbe

Phone: +49 351 260 2366
E-mail: a.erbe@hzdr.de

Deputy spokesperson
Prof. Dr. Gianaurelio Cuniberti

Phone: +49 351 463 31414
E-mail: g.cuniberti@tu-dresden.de

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News

2019-01-11
Julian Schütt defended his PhD thesis at TU Dresden, Fac. of Eng.: Congratulations!

2018-12-13
Eunhye Baek defended her PhD thesis at TU Dresden, Fac of Chem.: Congratulations!

2018-10-15
Himani Arora et al., High-mobility band-like charge transport in a semiconducting two-dimensional metal–organic framework appeared in Nature Materials

Events

2019-01-29
Dresden Science Cafe 'Universum' , 2h tram ride, Start 7 p.m. Nöthnitzer Str., Dresden

2019-02-21/22
GraphIn 2019, Madrid

2019-03-31/04-05
Symposium 'Physics of Self-Organization in DNA Nanostructures (SYDN)' @ DPG Meeting 2019, Regensburg

2019-06-25/28
Graphene 2019, Rome

2019-09-18/20
Werkstoffwoche 2019, Dresden,
Symp. 'Bionik & Bioinspirierte Materialien' org. by A. Fery (IPF)

2019-09-16/20
18th Dresden Microelectronics Academy (DMA), TU Dresden

2019-10-08/11
NanoNet International Conference 2019, Dresden

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Dresden Nano Seminar (TUD)

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Acknowledgment

The IHRS NanoNet is funded by the Initiative and Networking Fund of the Helmholtz Association (VH-KO-606).

Transport in Mesoscopic Structures: A Basic Introduction to the Theory

Guest lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos Cuevas
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

Course Type:

Block Course, 2 weeks (eq. 2 SWS)
Date:

09 - 20 September 2013

Schedule:

Daily; 09:15 - 10:45, 11:15 - 12:45 

Location:

HZDR, Building 712, Room 138 (how to find us)

Summary:

The course gives an overview on current transport phenomena occurring in nanoscale electronic objects. It begins by introducing basic concepts of solid state physics, like the Fermi function or the density of states in various dimensions, in order to make the course suitable for students with a background in physics, chemistry and engineering. Coherent transport on the nanoscale is then explained based on the Landauer approach. The role of electron-electron interactions in such systems will be shown in so called Coulomb Blockade phenomena, where charging of single electrons becomes important. Transport phenomena in longer molecules exhibit a transition from the coherent transport to incoherent transport, where hopping behavior dominates. Getting to know these processes lays the foundations for a detailed understanding of various transport phenomena taking place in single molecules and other nanostructures. 

Language:

English

More info:

Course announcement

Table of contents

Guest lecturer

Notes:

This course is compulsory to all IHRS NanoNet PhD candidates.

The IHRS NanoNet cordially invites all interested to attend the course. 
Attendance is free, but due to the limited number of seats registration is required until 25 August 2013.
Priority will be given to MSc and PhD students.

Registration:

Registration closed