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Thin films and nanostructures

SEM image of SQUID prepared from CeCoIn<sub>5</sub> thin film growth domain

SEM image of SQUID prepared from CeCoIn5 thin film growth domain

AFM image of TTF-TCNQ growth domain contacted via FEBID

AFM image of TTF-TCNQ growth domain contacted via FEBID

SEM image of Si<sub>3</sub>N<sub>4</sub> microcantilever with nano-granular sensing resistor and touching nanomanipulator tip

SEM image of Si3N4 microcantilever with nano-granular sensing resistor and touching nanomanipulator tip

AFM image of Co ratchet pinning structure created by FEBID on epitaxial Nb thin film

AFM image of Co symmetric vortex pinning structure created by FEBID on epitaxial Nb thin film



Electronic correlations, disorder and cooperative phenomena in thin films and nanostructures

Our group is concerned with the consequences of electronic correlation effects and disorder on the properties of thin film systems and nanostructures which show cooperative ground states, such as superconductivity and magnetism, or exhibit a correlation-driven metal-insulator transition. Our research focuses on three material classes. These material classes are the heavy fermion superconductors, organic charge transfer salts and granular electronic systems. Aspects of applied research, such as sensor functionality, are covered in our work on ferromagnetism and charge transport in (granular) nanostructures.

Superconductivity & magnetism in correlated electron systems Magnetism and charge transport in nanostructures Nanostructure preparation
Unconventional superconductivity in heavy fermion metals Static magnetization states of periodic ferromagnetic nanostructures (phase diagrams) Self-organization approaches
Superconductivity and charge density effects in Organic materials Charge transport in granular electronic systems Electron beam induced deposition
Vortex guiding effects in patterned epitaxial superconductor thin films (fluxonics) Nano-sensor development (mainly strain sensing) Electron beam lithography



 

geändert am 23. Mai 2014  E-Mail: Prof. Dr. Michael Huthmichael.huth@physik.uni-frankfurt.de

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