His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Silicon, Magnetization, Magnetic semiconductor and Ferromagnetic resonance. Particularly relevant to Ferromagnetism is his body of work in Condensed matter physics. His study in Silicon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Etching, Optics and Infrared spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry.
His Infrared spectroscopy research includes themes of Raman spectroscopy and Physical chemistry. His study in Analytical chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Excited state, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Doping and Conductivity. His biological study deals with issues like Luminescence, which deal with fields such as Photoluminescence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Silicon, Condensed matter physics, Optoelectronics, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Doping. The concepts of his Silicon study are interwoven with issues in Amorphous solid, Luminescence, Analytical chemistry, Photoconductivity and Atomic physics. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetic anisotropy, Ferromagnetic resonance and Magnetization.
In general Optoelectronics, his work in Semiconductor is often linked to Electrically detected magnetic resonance linking many areas of study. His Electron paramagnetic resonance study combines topics in areas such as Hyperfine structure, Paramagnetism and Dangling bond. His work is dedicated to discovering how Doping, Thin film are connected with Thermal conductivity and other disciplines.
Silicon, Condensed matter physics, Thin film, Atomic physics and Spin are his primary areas of study. His Silicon study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Optoelectronics. Martin S. Brandt has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Ferromagnetic resonance, Magnetization and Coherence.
His work carried out in the field of Thin film brings together such families of science as Thermal conductivity, Doping, Nanoparticle, Band gap and Superlattice. His research in Atomic physics intersects with topics in Electron nuclear double resonance, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Spin polarization. His Spin research incorporates elements of Molecular physics, SQUID and Photoluminescence.
His primary areas of study are Thin film, Doping, Thermal conductivity, Spins and Optoelectronics. His studies examine the connections between Doping and genetics, as well as such issues in Nanocrystal, with regards to Chemical physics and Dopant. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Thermal conductivity, Conductivity and Porosity is strongly linked to Raman spectroscopy.
His work investigates the relationship between Optoelectronics and topics such as Electron paramagnetic resonance that intersect with problems in Quantum dot, Ultrashort pulse and Common emitter. In his research on the topic of Spin, Silicon is strongly related with Quadrupole. His research investigates the connection between Silicon and topics such as Nanocrystalline material that intersect with issues in Nanocomposite.
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The origin of visible luminescencefrom “porous silicon”: A new interpretation
M.S. Brandt;H.D. Fuchs;M. Stutzmann;J. Weber.
Solid State Communications (1992)
Black nonreflecting silicon surfaces for solar cells
Svetoslav Koynov;Martin S. Brandt;Martin Stutzmann.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Electronic components produced by a method of separating two layers of material from one another
Michael Kelly;Oliver Ambacher;Martin Stutzmann;Martin Brandt.
Thermal stability and desorption of Group III nitrides prepared by metal organic chemical vapor deposition
O. Ambacher;M. S. Brandt;R. Dimitrov;T. Metzger.
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B (1996)
Structural and doping effects in the half-metallic double perovskite A 2 CrWO 6 (A=Sr, Ba, and Ca)
J. B. Philipp;P. Majewski;L. Alff;A. Erb.
Physical Review B (2003)
Scaling behavior of the spin pumping effect in ferromagnet-platinum bilayers.
Franz D. Czeschka;Lukas Dreher;Martin S. Brandt;Mathias Weiler.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
Elastically driven ferromagnetic resonance in nickel thin films.
M. Weiler;L. Dreher;C. Heeg;H. Huebl.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
The Mn3+/2+ acceptor level in group III nitrides
T. Graf;M. Gjukic;M. S. Brandt;M. Stutzmann.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
Porous silicon and siloxene: Vibrational and structural properties.
H. D. Fuchs;M. Stutzmann;M. S. Brandt;M. Rosenbauer.
Physical Review B (1993)
Surface acoustic wave driven ferromagnetic resonance in nickel thin films: Theory and experiment
L. Dreher;M. Weiler;M. Pernpeintner;H. Huebl.
Physical Review B (2012)
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