1. Home
  2. PDI
  3. Departments
  4. Semiconductor Spectroscopy

Semiconductor Spectroscopy

The Department of Semiconductor Spectroscopy is dedicated to the spectroscopic investigation of thin films, nanostructures, heterostructures, and devices. Our core competence is the fundamental study of electronic, magnetic, photonic and phononic (transport) properties of novel materials and nanostructures. Besides individual nanostructures and epitaxial films, we investigate complex device structures such as THz lasers, UV light emitters and polariton cavity structures for quantum technologies. The combination of advanced spectroscopic methods at the extremes of milli-Kelvin temperature, femtosecond timescales, nanometer resolution and high magnetic fields is a hallmark of the department's innovative research.