Peter Werner focuses on Quantum dot, Molecular beam epitaxy, Condensed matter physics, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Luminescence, Matrix, Transmission electron microscopy, Photoluminescence and Quantum dot laser in addition to Quantum dot. His work on Molecular beam epitaxy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Silicon.
His work on Weyl semimetal as part of general Condensed matter physics research is frequently linked to Resistive touchscreen, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Quantum well and Laser. His research in Nanowire intersects with topics in Semiconductor and Epitaxy.
Peter Werner mainly investigates Optoelectronics, Quantum dot, Condensed matter physics, Silicon and Molecular beam epitaxy. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Quantum well and Laser. His research integrates issues of Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy, Luminescence, Substrate, Photoluminescence and Quantum dot laser in his study of Quantum dot.
His work on Electron expands to the thematically related Condensed matter physics. The concepts of his Silicon study are interwoven with issues in Ion implantation, Annealing, Nanotechnology and Analytical chemistry. His Molecular beam epitaxy research incorporates elements of Nanowire and Wetting layer.
Condensed matter physics, Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, Nanowire and Crystallography are his primary areas of study. His Condensed matter physics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Quantum dot. His research on Optoelectronics often connects related areas such as Epitaxy.
His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Zinc and Superlattice. Peter Werner combines subjects such as Thin film, Chemical beam epitaxy, Substrate and Doping with his study of Nanowire. His study looks at the relationship between Photoluminescence and fields such as Quantum well, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Nanowire, Optoelectronics, Silicon and Condensed matter physics. His work deals with themes such as Annealing and Metastability, which intersect with Nanotechnology. His work in Nanowire addresses subjects such as Chemical beam epitaxy, which are connected to disciplines such as Thin film.
His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Molecular beam epitaxy, Epitaxy and Spontaneous emission. Doping, Silicon oxynitride and Charge density is closely connected to Nanocrystalline silicon in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Silicon. The various areas that he examines in his Condensed matter physics study include Transition metal, Magnetization and Intercalation.
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Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching of Silicon: A Review
Zhipeng Huang;Nadine Geyer;Peter Werner;Johannes de Boor.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Weyl Semimetals as Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts
Catherine R. Rajamathi;Uttam Gupta;Nitesh Kumar;Hao Yang.
Advanced Materials (2017)
Low threshold, large To injection laser emission from (InGa)As quantum dots
N. Kirstaedter;N.N. Ledentsov;M. Grundmann;D. Bimberg.
Electronics Letters (1994)
Semiconductor nanowires: from self-organization to patterned growth
Hong Jin Fan;Peter Werner;Margit Zacharias.
Ultranarrow Luminescence Lines from Single Quantum Dots.
M. Grundmann;J. Christen;N. N. Ledentsov;J. Bohrer.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
Superconductivity in Weyl semimetal candidate MoTe2
Yanpeng Qi;Pavel G. Naumov;Mazhar N. Ali;Catherine R. Rajamathi.
Nature Communications (2016)
Magnetic antiskyrmions above room temperature in tetragonal Heusler materials.
Ajaya K. Nayak;Vivek Kumar;Tianping Ma;Peter Werner.
RADIATIVE RECOMBINATION IN TYPE-II GASB/GAAS QUANTUM DOTS
F. Hatami;N. N. Ledentsov;M. Grundmann;J. Böhrer.
Applied Physics Letters (1995)
Ordered Arrays of Silicon Nanowires Produced by Nanosphere Lithography and Molecular Beam Epitaxy
Bodo Fuhrmann;Hartmut S. Leipner;Hans-Reiner Höche;Luise Schubert.
Nano Letters (2005)
Ordered arrays of quantum dots: Formation, electronic spectra, relaxation phenomena, lasing
N.N Ledentsov;M Grundmann;N Kirstaedter;O Schmidt.
Solid-state Electronics (1996)
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