Physics of Nanostructures

Prof. Dr. Monika Fleischer
Prof. Dr. Dieter Kölle
Dr. Ivan Zaluzhnyy

Mon. 10.15-12.00 in D4A19 and Thu. 14.15-16.00 in N04

Link to Alma-Portal

Registration for this course in ILIAS

Materials for the lectures

(complete list of materials is posted on ILIAS)

Preparation (Chapter 6)
  • Script
  • Presentation
  • Lecture notes
    Characterization (Chapter 7)
  • Script
  • Presentation
  • Lecture notes
    Exercise sheets will be posted on ILIAS

    Useful links
    Different growth modes (video)
    Simulation of Diffusion Limited Aggregarrion (interactive model)
    Misfit discolations (annotated lecture of Sir Peter Hirsch)
    Sputtering (video)
    Quantum Made Simple (animation and graphics)
    Lithography principles (explanation from ASML)
    Principles of STED microscopy (lecture of Stefan Hell)

    [1] T. Michely and J. Krug, Islands, Mounds and Atoms: Patterns and Processes in Crystal Growth Far from Equilibrium, Springer-Verlag, 2004
    [2] A. Pimpinelli and J. Villain, Physics of Crystal Growth, Cambridge University Press, 1998
    [3] K. Oura et al., Surface Science - An Introduction, Springer-Verlag, 2002
    [4] J. Krug, Four Lectures on Crystal Growth, Physica A 313 47-82, 2002
    [5] J. Als-Nielsen and D. Mc Morrow, Elements of Modern X-ray Physics, Wiley, Chichester, 2001

    Recorded lectures from previous years
  • Lecture 10.6.21: Video part 1 / Audio part 1 -- Video part 2 / Audio part 2
  • Lecture 14.6.21: Video part 1 / Audio part 1 -- Video part 2 / Audio part 2

  • Lecture materials from previous years
  • Preparation: Part 1, Part 1b, Part 2, Part 2b, Part 3, Part 4, Part 4b
  • Characterization: Part 4-1, Part 4-1-appendix, Part 4-2, Part 4-2-appendix
  • Contacts

    Dr. Ivan Zaluzhnyy
    Tel. 29-78670
    Raum C7 A17
    Physik der molekularen und biologischen Materie

    Dieter Kölle
    Tel. 29-76324
    Raum D6 P34
    Solid State Physics

    Monika Fleischer
    Tel. 29-76336
    Raum C8 P17
    Plasmonische Nanostrukturen

    Anregungen, Kritik und Verbesserungsvorschläge bitte an die Dozentinnen und Dozenten.