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Staff members with discipline Physics, Condensed Matter

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

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Theory of Condensed Matter
M. (Maria) Azhar, MSc
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PhD student
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Synthesis: inorganic solids, organic inorganic hybridmaterials, inorganic polymers, organic polymers
Crystal growth: metal chalcogenides, hybrids, acenes
Condensed matter: magnetism, Hall, Seebeck, electrical resistance
XRD : powder, single crystal, radiation safety officer
 
ing. J. (Jacob) Baas
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Education / Research Assistant
Spintronics of Functional Materials
prof. dr. T. (Tamalika) Banerjee
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Professor
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prof. dr. ir. G.E.W. (Gerrit) Bauer
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dr. G.R. (Graeme) Blake
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Assistant professor (tenure track)
Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
Theoretical Chemistry, Computational Science
Spintronics and magneto-optics of nanomaterials
M.H. (Marcos) Diniz Guimaraes, PhD
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Assistant Professor
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Grant support
Project management
Research impact

My primary role is to assist scientists and other research personnel with securing research funding to pursue their scientific activities at the departments of Biomedical Sciences of Cells and Systems (BSCS) at the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). This includes tasks ranging from drafting grant proposals to project management. Further, I take part in the departmental outreach activities to increase the research footprint.

Previously trained as a PhD scholar in experimental physics with strong communication skills developed from extensive teaching, presenting and writing experience, and ability to work independently or as part of a team. Previous research experience is in the areas of Spin electronics, Nanodevice fabrication, Cleanroom processing, Data Analysis, Critical Literature Review, and Experimental Design.
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Research Development Officer
V.N. (Nong) Hoang, MSc
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Physics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, Nanostructured Materials, Electron Microscopy, Lasers, Coatings, Thin Films and Interfaces
Computational Spectroscopy
Quantum-classical dynamics
Coherent Multidimensional Spectroscopy
Protein Structure and Dynamics
Hydrogen Bonding
Perovskite Solarcells
Theoretical Physics
prof. dr. J. (Jasper) Knoester
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Dean
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Physics of solution-processable semiconductors and devices thereof. See our group website for more information.
prof. dr. L.J.A. (Jan Anton) Koster
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Associate Professor Physics of Novel Semiconductors and Devices
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PhD researcher
Photophysics and Optoelectronics of organic semiconductors and nanomaterials
prof. dr. M.A. (Maria Antonietta) Loi
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Professor of Photophysics and Optoelectronics
W. (Wenbo) Lu
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PhD student
J. (Jamo) Momand, MSc
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Materials Scientist & Electron Microscopist
Theoretical Physics, Strongly correlated systems, Magnetism, Multiferroics
prof. dr. M.V. (Maxim) Mostovoy
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Associate Professor
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´╗┐´╗┐Thin films of functional oxides. Ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials. (Synchrotron) X-ray diffraction. Nanodomains. Functional domain walls.  
1-spin relaxation process in graphene

2- atomically thin boron nitride tunnel barriers for spin injection 

3- 1/f type spin noise in graphene

4- Spin valleytronics in WS2

5-  Spin transport modulation in  graphene-WS2 heterostructures via spin orbit coupling
Dielectric thin films degradation and breakdown - High-k based stacks - Resistive switching - Sputtering and photolithography - X-ray reflectometry - Domain wall motion under magnetic field - Magnetooptic Kerr effect (polar configuration)
Experimental Solid State Physics, Surface Science, Electron spectroscopy, organic thin films, molecular switches and motors
prof. dr. P. (Petra) Rudolf
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Professor Experimental Solid State Physics
Surface Science, Molecular Self-Assembly, Graphene
prof. dr. M.A. (Meike) Stöhr
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Full Professor
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Quantum Optics, semiconductor optics, semiconductor device physics
prof. dr. ir. C.H. (Caspar) van der Wal
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Professor in Physics of Quantum Devices
prof. dr. ir. B.J. (Bart) van Wees
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Professor of Applied Physics
X. (Xu) Yang
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PhD candidate
Quantum Interfaces, Device Physics
prof. dr. J. (Jianting) Ye
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Associate Professor
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