Solid State Physics

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On 21st September at 9:15 in lecture hall Rydbergsalen, Vilgaile Dagyte will publicly defend her doctoral thesis. Title: “Growth and Optical Properties of III-V Semiconductor Nanowires - Studies Relevant for Solar ...[more]


On 12th September 13:15, I-Ju Chen will publicly defend her doctoral thesis: “Thermally and Optically Excited Electron Transport in Semiconductor Nanowires”. Faculty opponent: Associate Professor Ilaria Zardo, University of...[more]


On Friday August 24, 2018 at 13.00 in lecture hall Rydbergsalen, Rong Sun will present her doctoral thesis: "Understanding the Role of Seed Particle Material on III-As Nanowire Growth". Faculty Opponent is Dr. Lutz...[more]


Physics World reports that Researchers from Solid State Physics have grown single continuous GaAs nanowires consisting of segments of pure wurtzite and zincblende phases. Using photoluminescence spectroscopy, they found that...[more]


A recent article in Nature Nanotechnology by researchers from Solid State Physics show that a quantum dot-based heat engine can convert heat into work with an efficiency similar to that of similar machines with moving parts. As...[more]

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