P01

 

Karl Unterrainer (TUW-IP),

 

Gunther Springholz (JKU)

 

Coordination [more]

     

P02

 

Friedrich Schäffler (JKU)

 

SiGe nanostructures [more]

     
P03
 

Gottfried Strasser (TUW-FKE & ZMNS),

 

Alois Lugstein (TUW-FKE) 

 III-V based IR nanodevices [more]
     

P04

 

Gunther Springholz (JKU) 

 

Epitaxial lead salt nanostructures [more]

     

P05

 

Wolfgang Heiss (JKU) 

 

Nanocrystals for mid IR photonics [more]

     

P06

 

Georg Kresse (UW),

 

Friedhelm Bechstedt (FSU) 

 

Ab initio description of semiconductor nanocrystals [more]

     

P07

 

Julian Stangl (JKU),

 

Günther Bauer (JKU) 

 

Next generation x-ray techniques [more]

     

P08*

 

Jürgen Smoliner (TUW-FKE),

 

Erich Gornik (TUW-FKE) 

 

Electronic transport in nanostructures [more]

     

P09*

 

Hans Kosina (TUW-ME) 

 

CAD of optical semiconductor nanodevices [more]

     

P11

 

Karl Unterrainer (TUW-IP) 

 

IR and THz response of nanostructures [more]

     

P12

 

Thomas Fromherz (JKU) 

 

IR detection and emission by nanostructures [more]

     

P13*

 

Peter Vogl (TUM) 

 

Mesoscopic theory of quantum devices [more]

     

P14*

 

 

 

 

 

Stefan Rotter (TUW-ITP)

 

Hans Kosina (TUW-ME)

 

Peter Vogl (TUM)

 

Theory and modelling of IR devices [more ]

 

 

 

 

     
  

* The project parts P09 and P13 were

merged for the third funding period

and continue within the new project part P14.

The project part P08 was ended

with the end of phase II.

  
     
     
FSU: Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena, Institut für Festkörpertheorie und -optik
JKU: Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Institut für Halbleiter- und Festkörperphysik
TUM: Technsiche Universität München, Walter Schottky Institut
TUW:
 Technische Universität Wien:  
       TUW-FKE: Institut für Festkörperelektronik
       TUW-IP: Institut für Photonik
       TUW-ITP:Institut für Theoretische Physik
       TUW-ME: Institut für Mikroelektronik
       TUW-ZMNS: Zentrum für Mikro- und Nanostrukturen
UW: Universität Wien, Computational Materials Physics