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Prinzip der neuartigen Terahertz-Quelle
Novel Terahertz Source: Compact and Cost-effective
Jülich, 24. May 2016 – Terahertz waves can be used for numerous applications, such as body scanners for instance, but until now generating them has been difficult and fraught with limitations. Scientists from Jülich, together with international partners, have implemented a novel concept for the production of this electromagnetic radiation. An emitter in the form of a thin metal layer is able to generate the full terahertz spectrum by the clever exploitation of the spin properties of electrons. On the basis of this principle, efficient sources can be built which for the first time are able to emit radiation seamlessly over a wide bandwidth from 1 – 30 THz. Moreover, the new emitter is more compact in design and can be produced more cost-effectively than before.
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Kronik
Jun
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PGI Colloquium: Prof. Dr. Leeor Kronik,  Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel  
Understanding the electronic and optical properties of organic semiconductors, with an emphasis on transport and optical gaps, is essential to the design of modern organic electronic and photovoltaic devices.
More: PGI Colloquium: Prof. Dr. Leeor Kronik,  Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel   …

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Wanted: Young Research Scientists!

Are you looking for an exciting, challenging Master’s, PhD or postdoctoral position? Are you interested in research involving theoretical solid state physics, and do you enjoy developing numerical and computational methods?
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Young Investigators Group Prof. Samir Lounis

Functional Nanoscale Structure Probe and Simulation Laboratory More: Young Investigators Group Prof. Samir Lounis …

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Young Investigators Group Dr. Nicole Helbig

Ab initio description of double and charge transfer excitations: from solvable models to complex systems More: Young Investigators Group Dr. Nicole Helbig …

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Young Investigators Group M.Ležaić

Computational Nanoferronics Laboratory More: Young Investigators Group M.Ležaić …

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Young Investigators Group Y.Mokrousov

Topological Nanoelectronics Group More: Young Investigators Group Y.Mokrousov …

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Learn about computer simulation techniques

The German Research School for Simulation Sciences houses four own laboratories, two in Aachen and two in Jülich. German Research School


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