Faculty & Research

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fritz-100x100Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fritz
Professor of Biophysics
Research areas:
Single molecule biophysics, atomic force microscopy & force spectroscopy, nanomechanical sensors

 

heine_klein-100x120Prof. Dr. Thomas Heine
Adjunct Professor of Theoretical Physics
Research areas:
Hydrogen storage in nanoporous materials
Inorganic nanotubes and nanocomposites

 

kettemann-100x118Prof. Dr. Stefan Kettemann
Professor of Theoretical Physics  (Adjunct Professor at POSTECH)
Research areas:
Spintronics, Magnetism, Quantum transport, Quantum Phase transitions

 

kleinekathofer-100x118Prof. Dr. Ulrich Kleinekathöfer
Professor of Physics
Research areas:
Computational Physics and Biophysics, Light-harvesting systems, Transport through nanopores, Efflux pumps, Nonlinear spectroscopy

 

materny-100x118Prof. Dr. Arnulf Materny
Professor of Chemical Physics
Research areas:
Laser spectroscopy on nano-structured systems in the frequency and time domain

 

 

hmoas-100x103Prof. Dr. Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns
Professor of Physics
Research areas:
Statistical physics out-of-equilibrium, non-linear dynamics, dynamic processes on complex networks, stochastic transport, evolutionary dynamics, phase transitions and critical phenomena in physics and beyond

 

schupp_small_106x90Prof. Dr. Peter Schupp
Professor of Physics
Research areas:
Mathematical / Theoretical Physics

 

wagner-100x118Prof. Dr. Veit Wagner
Professor of Physics
Research areas:
Nanoelectronics, single molecule transistors, functionalized organic materials and plastic electronics

 

In addition to the individual research of the Physics Faculty Members listed below, research is also being performed in a collaborative and often interdisciplinary way, for example, as part of

Recent B.Sc. Thesis

Computational aspects of the research are supported by the Computational Laboratory for Analysis, Modeling, and Visualization (CLAMV).