Institut für Festkörperphysik
Leibniz Universität Hannover
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Growth of graphen and nano-structuring, functionalization of semiconducting surfaces by molecules and metallic films, electronic correlated materials. The surface channels are characterized via electronic transport by systematic variation of magnetic fields (so far only in a macroscopic transport setup), temperature, coverage, impurity concentration and details of the contact geometries (4-tip STM/SEM). Measurements are complemented by ARPES, STM, STS and LEED.
C. Tegenkamp, et.al. Fermi nesting between atomic wires with strong spin-orbit coupling, PRL 109, 266401 (2012).
J. Baringhaus, et.al. Edge-states in graphene nanoribbons: a combined spectroscopy and transport study, JPCM Matter 25, 392001 (2013).
L. Barreto, et.al. Surface-dominated Transport on a Bulk Topological Insulator, ACS Nano Letters 14, 3755 (2014).
J. Baringhaus, et.al. Bipolar gating of epitaxial graphene by intercalation of Ge, APL 104, 261602 (2014). J. Baringhaus, et.al. Exceptional ballistic transport in epitaxial graphene nanoribbons, Nature, 506, 349 (2014).