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Combining the expertise of all groups at the chair of solid state physics we unraveled the structural and electronic properties of CuTe chains grown on Cu(111). These chains form after the deposition of one-third of a monolayer of Te and a subsequent annealing step. They are extremely well ordere...

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Congratulations to Rebecca Helmreich! She successfully defended her PhD-Theses on last Friday. The defense was online and non-public due to the current corona regulations. Rebecca managed it the situation very well despite of all extra difficulties. Sadly, the traditional ceremony could not take ...

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Please be advised that currently all levels of staff of the Chair of Solid State Physics can only be contacted by email. This is due to the measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus which require that employees work from home. The addresses can be found here: https://www.fkp.physik.nat.fa...

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Next week is the big week for Feifei and Sebastian. Both are going to defend their theses.   Sebastian Otto will take the lead on Thursday. He will defend his thesis about "Two-photon photoelectron spectroscopy on topological insulators" on Thursday 14:00,  lecture hall F. The public ta...

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Last week three bachelor students finished their theses at our chair successfully: Felix Trunk Kevin Vestner Tobias Kirschbaum Congratulations! We wish you much success in your studies and hope to see you from time to time! Felix and Tobias have the chance to present their results o...

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Last weekend the annual FKP-Skiing event took place in Maishofen (Saalbach, Austria) for the 31st time, or maybe 32nd time, who cares it is already tradition for a long time. For three days active, former and associated members of the chair were skiing together and had a great time.

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With the beginning of the new year 2020, the SFB953: "Synthetic Carbon allotropes" is going to enter into its third funding period. For the first time, Daniel Niesner is going to be part of the collaborative research center and investigate the excited-state dynamics in synthetic carbon allotropes. W...

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Only a few days left: Daniel Niesner is excited to present the groups' results on the electron and spin dynamics in lead halide perovskites at the fourth edition of the "Next Generation Solar Cells" conference at the Energy Campus Nürnberg. https://www.ngse.info/