NanoBiC defines two project areas as is shown in diagram 1. This separation into project areas is guided by the main research focus of the different projects. In fact, however, all projects have also implications on the respective other project area, as will be exemplified below.
Project area A is devoted to studying the structure formation mechanisms which are at work during focused electron or (individual) heavy ion irradiation of carefully designed molecular species in the gas phase or adsorbed on a solid substrate (eNet, πOligo, EBID), or during the passage of high energetic particles through living tissue (ODIS, NanoL).
In project area B the functional properties of selected structures formed by this local application of energy are investigated. Within the project Granem the electronic properties of the granular metals formed by the electron beam induced precursor dissociation on a solid substrate (EBID) are studied. NanoMag is devoted to elucidating the consequences of spin-dependent scattering at spatially localized magnetic domain walls in (composition modulated) magnetic nanowires, as well as in Kondo multilayer nanowires. The wires are formed by electrodeposition into etched pores obtained from damage tracks induced by the passage of swift heavy ions through polymer membranes. These pore structures are provided by project NanoC and are used there as nanochannels for application development towards a sensitive and selective nanoanalytic environment employing chemical functionalization of the nanochannel walls.
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