Research Papers and Theses

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  • Metall-Isolator-Übergang durch Variation der Stöchiometrie im pseudobinären System AgSbxSn1-xSe2
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Thermoelectric ZnSb empowered by metavalent bonding
    Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Thermoelectric crystals of doped Tin selenide with metavalent bonding
    Contact:
    Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Investigating the ultrafast response of metavalently bonded materials performing an optical pump-probe experiment
    Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Deposition of novel materials using molecular beam epitaxy for photovoltaic applications
    Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Untersuchung der Kristallisation von Sb2Se3:Bi2Se3
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Einfluss von Dünnschichteffekten auf die elektronische Struktur von covalenten und metavalenten Chalcogeniden
    Bachelor Thesis Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Approaching the Glass Transition of Prominent Phase Change Materials
    Bachelor Thesis Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Growth optimization of novel materials for photovoltaic applications
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Untersuchung der stochastischen Eigenschaften der Kristallisation von Phasenwechselmaterialien
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Electrical transport properties of ZrTe upon structural ordering and the role of d-electrons
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Database Development for Storage of Computational and Experimantal Data
    Bachelor Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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  • Lattice properties of metavalently bonded materials
    Master Thesis
    F1.1;F5.2
    [131110]
     
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