Office

Rothe, Ingrid
Ingrid Rothe
Director's secretary
Phone: +49 351 4646-3001
Fax: +49 351 4646-3002
Room: B1.3.43
Zücker, Susanne
Susanne Zücker
Director's secretary
Phone: +49 351 4646-3901
Fax: +49 351 4646-3002
Room: B1.2.21

Vacancies

Job Offers
  • No Vacancies

Seminars Solid State Chemistry

PhD seminar, every friday, 11pm, seminar rooms 1+2

Solid State Chemistry Department

Welcome to the Department of Solid State Chemistry

The group concept targets the directed design of new multifunctional materials

In general the material class under investigations - Heusler compounds with X2YZ with L21 and XYZ with C1b structure type  – show the same broad variety of properties comparable to the perovskites, including topological insulators, Kondo behaviour, non-centrosymmetric superconductivity and conventional, tunable magnetic properties, non-collinear magnetism, semiconductivity, magnetoresistance effects, Li-ion-conductivity and other physical properties. Different to the perovskites only a few groups mainly in Germany and Japan are working on this class of materials. However many companies such as Hitachi, IBM, Toshiba, Toyota etc. have research activities based on this material class. 

Our tool box: the periodic table

In general the material class under investigations - Heusler compounds with X2YZ with L21 and XYZ with C1b structure type  – show the same broad variety of properties comparable to the perovskites, including topological insulators, Kondo behaviour, non-centrosymmetric superconductivity and conventional, tunable magnetic properties, non-collinear magnetism, semiconductivity, magnetoresistance effects, Li-ion-conductivity and other physical properties. Different to the perovskites only a few groups mainly in Germany and Japan are working on this class of materials. However many companies such as Hitachi, IBM, Toshiba, Toyota etc. have research activities based on this material class. 

Talk by Claudia Felser in the Kavli Symposium at the APS March Meeting 2019

Prof. Paul Canfield's, Ames Lab, comment: "The Kavli Symposium, "From Unit Cell to Biological Cell" at the 2019 APS March Meeting was a huge success!  The five invited talks merged seamlessly into an example of the richness and diversity of the physics of materials across vast length scales.  The first lecture, by Professor Claudia Felser, combined legos, donuts, and insightful physics and chemistry to set the perfect tone for the subsequent four talks."

 
loading content
Go to Editor View