Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.15480/882.2803
Title: High frequency sensing mechanisms for two dimensional carrier systems
Language: English
Authors: Zhao, Pai 
Issue Date: 2020
Examination Date: 14-Feb-2020
Source: Technische Universität Hamburg (2020)
Abstract (german): 
Zweidimensionale Ladungsträgersysteme, die u.a. in III/V Halbleiter-Heterostrukturen oder Graphen zu finden sind, sind infolge ihrer hohen Ladungsträgerbeweglichkeit und Sensitivität ideale Kandidaten zur Realisierung neuartiger Hochfrequenzmessmethoden. Diese Arbeit befasst sich mit der Untersuchung von Mikrowellenanregungstechniken wie der Elektronspinresonanz (ESR) oder Kernspinresonanz (NMR) sowie mechanischer Anregung mittels akustischer Oberflächenwellen (SAW) bzw. einer Kombination dieser Methoden.
Abstract (english): 
Two dimensional carrier systems, as found in III-V semiconductor heterostructures or monolayer graphene, are the ideal test bed for novel high-frequency sensing systems due to their high carrier mobility and sensitivity. The scope of this thesis is the study of microwave-induced excitation techniques such as electron spin or nuclear spin resonance methods (ESR, NMR), a mechanical excitation by surface acoustic wave (SAWs) or a combination of these methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11420/6340
DOI: 10.15480/882.2803
Institute: Mikrosystemtechnik E-7 
Document Type: Thesis
Thesis Type: Doctoral Thesis
Advisor: Trieu, Hoc Khiem 
Referee: Blick, Robert H. 
License: CC BY 4.0 (Attribution) CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
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