Leibniz ScienceCampus: Growth and Fundamentals of Oxides for Electronic Applications (GraFOx)

Oxides are among the materials with the widest tunability of physical properties. Spanning insulators, semiconductors, metallic conductors and superconductors, magnetic materials, ferro-/antiferro- and other dielectrics, oxides are a materials class with high potential for a new generation of electronic devices and energy applications. These applications can very likely show outstanding properties. Initially, the emerging class of sesquioxides (In2O3, Ga2O3 and Al2O3) and their alloys will be the main focus of our work while the more complex and versatile class of perovskites, e.g. SrTiO3, LaAlO3, BaSnO3 will increasingly be addressed.

Principal investigators
Fischer, Saskia Prof. Dr. rer. nat. (Details) (New Materials)
Draxl, Claudia Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. (Details) (Theoretical Physics / Solid State Theory)
Masselink, W. Ted Ph. D. Prof. (Details) (Experimental Physics / Elementary Stimulation and Transport in Solids)

Participating external organisations


Duration of project
Start date: 07/2016
End date: 12/2019

Research Areas
Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Natural Sciences

Research Areas
Elektronik, Neue Materialien

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