2023 - Research.com Materials Science in Germany Leader Award
2006 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For contributions to the microscopic understanding of electronic processes in semiconductors and the development of novel semiconductor devices
His primary scientific interests are in Optoelectronics, Analytical chemistry, Silicon, Condensed matter physics and Diamond. His Optoelectronics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Field-effect transistor and Epitaxy. Martin Stutzmann has included themes like Hydrogen, Gallium nitride, Chemical vapor deposition and Band gap in his Analytical chemistry study.
Martin Stutzmann interconnects Amorphous solid, Amorphous silicon, Doping and Optics in the investigation of issues within Silicon. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Spin polarization and Hall effect as well as Condensed matter physics. His Diamond course of study focuses on Nanotechnology and Semiconductor.
His main research concerns Optoelectronics, Analytical chemistry, Silicon, Condensed matter physics and Doping. His study of Heterojunction is a part of Optoelectronics. His studies in Analytical chemistry integrate themes in fields like Hydrogen, Chemical vapor deposition and Diamond.
Martin Stutzmann has researched Silicon in several fields, including Amorphous solid, Amorphous silicon and Luminescence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Crystallography, Annealing and Metastability in addition to Amorphous silicon. His work deals with themes such as Electron paramagnetic resonance and Resonance, which intersect with Condensed matter physics.
Martin Stutzmann mostly deals with Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, Silicon, Diamond and Analytical chemistry. Optoelectronics is frequently linked to Molecular beam epitaxy in his study. His Molecular beam epitaxy research includes themes of Band gap, Exciton, Sapphire and Photoluminescence.
The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Field-effect transistor, Surface modification and Electrode. His Silicon study also includes fields such as
Martin Stutzmann spends much of his time researching Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, Diamond, Silicon and Analytical chemistry. His works in Nanowire, Heterojunction, Charge carrier, Semiconductor and Doping are all subjects of inquiry into Optoelectronics. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Biocompatibility and Surface modification.
His Diamond study combines topics in areas such as Substrate, Conductive polymer, Electrode and Biosensor. His Silicon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photovoltaics, Hybrid solar cell, Spins, Atomic physics and Nuclear magnetic resonance. Martin Stutzmann incorporates Analytical chemistry and Thermodynamic efficiency limit in his research.
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Two-dimensional electron gases induced by spontaneous and piezoelectric polarization charges in N- and Ga-face AlGaN/GaN heterostructures
O. Ambacher;J. Smart;J. R. Shealy;N. G. Weimann.
Journal of Applied Physics (1999)
Two dimensional electron gases induced by spontaneous and piezoelectric polarization in undoped and doped AlGaN/GaN heterostructures
O. Ambacher;B. Foutz;J. Smart;J. R. Shealy.
Journal of Applied Physics (2000)
Light-induced metastable defects in hydrogenated amorphous silicon: A systematic study.
M. Stutzmann;W. B. Jackson;C. C. Tsai.
Physical Review B (1985)
Pyroelectric properties of Al(In)GaN/GaN hetero- and quantum well structures
O Ambacher;J Majewski;C Miskys;A Link.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2002)
The origin of visible luminescencefrom “porous silicon”: A new interpretation
M.S. Brandt;H.D. Fuchs;M. Stutzmann;J. Weber.
Solid State Communications (1992)
Optical constants of epitaxial AlGaN films and their temperature dependence
D. Brunner;H. Angerer;E. Bustarret;F. Freudenberg.
Journal of Applied Physics (1997)
Defect structure of epitaxial GaN films determined by transmission electron microscopy and triple-axis X-ray diffractometry
T. Metzger;R. Höpler;E. Born;O. Ambacher.
Philosophical Magazine (1998)
Protein-modified nanocrystalline diamond thin films for biosensor applications
Andreas Härtl;Evelyn Schmich;Jose A. Garrido;Jorge Hernando.
Nature Materials (2004)
Black nonreflecting silicon surfaces for solar cells
Svetoslav Koynov;Martin S. Brandt;Martin Stutzmann.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
The defect density in amorphous silicon
Philosophical Magazine Part B (1989)
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