"Workshop of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kristallwachstum und Kristallzüchtung (DGKK) on Epitaxy of III-V Semiconductors"
"German MBE Workshop" 2022
May 16-18 2022
ATLANTIC Hotel Universum, Bremen
the Workshop will include 6 invited talks, more than 60 contributed talks and an interesting exhibition. Exciting scientific and technological highlights will be presented and we expect fruitful discussion and exchange. Please check the scientfic program for more information.
We are looking forward to meet you all in Bremen at the joint DGKK and DEMBE Workshop 2022!
Martin Eickhoff and Andreas Rosenauer
Exhibitors and sponsors
The Institute of Solid State Physics at the University of Bremen is organizing the Joint Workshop DGKK/DEMBE 2022 from May 16 to 18, 2022.
This event will be the 35th edition of the successful DGKK workshop series, with the last workshops having been held in Dresden (2019), Paderborn (2018) and Freiburg (2017).
It will also continue the long tradition of annual meetings for the German speaking MBE community within the DEMBE series after the last meetings in Göttingen (2021, online) and Würzburg (2019). As such it will provide a platform for young researchers to present their work on molecular beam epitaxy and discuss it with leaders in their respective fields.
All topics related to the epitaxy of III-V semiconductors and selected novel materials are welcome, e.g.:
- Homo- and heteroepitaxy
- Semiconductor heterostructures
- Nano- and quantum structures
- 2-dimensional semiconductors and topological insulators
- Surfaces, defects and structural properties
- Devices and applications: Emitters, detectors, sensors
- MBE fundamentals
- Epitaxy in production and industry
The workshop will include 6 invited and more the 60 contributed talks.
Invited talks will be given by:
D. Jena, Cornell University
Nitride Semiconductor/Superconductor Heterostructures by MBE
T. Bergunde, AZUR SPACE Solar Power GmbH
AZUR III-V Devices – Solar Cells and Electronic Products, related Technologies and Developments
B. Freitag, ThermoFisher Scientific
New XEDS Strategies
O. Ambacher, INATECH, University of Freiburg
What is special about ScxAl1-xN? Polarization-induced effects in hexagonal ScxAl1-xN /GaN and ScxAl1-xN /InN-heterostuctures
A. Beyer, University of Marburg
Quantitative Characterization of Nanometer-Scaled Electric Fields via Momentum-Resolved STEM
T. Wernicke, TU Berlin
Growth, fabrication and applications of far-UVC LEDs with emission below 240nm
Timeslots are 15 min (12 + 3) for contributed talks (CT) and 30 min (25 + 5) for invited talks (IT).
The workshop will be held at the Atlantic Hotel Universum in Bremen:
ATLANTIC Hotel Universum
Wiener Straße 4
It is in 5 minutes walking distance of the University of Bremen and the Institute of Solid State Physics.
ATLANTIC Hotel Universum
Wiener Straße 4
Tel. +49 421 2467-0
Contingents up to 8 weeks before arrival:
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20 economy rooms:
single room excl. breakfast 79,00 €
double room excl. breakfast 100,00 €
20 business rooms:
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double room incl. breakfast 124,00 €
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Contingents: 30 single rooms until March 21st 2022
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Hotel Munte am Stadtwald
Tel. +49 421 2202-0
Contingents: 20 single rooms reserved until April 03rd 2022
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More than 20 companies will present their products and services. The exhibition area is located directly at the conference rooms.
At a workshop banquet will be held on May 17 to foster informal information exchange among workshop participants. We also offer the possibility of participating in guided tours through the historic district of the city of Bremen.
- Prof. Dr. Martin Eickhoff
- Prof. Dr. Andreas Rosenauer
- Dr. Patrick Vogt
- Dr. Florian Krause
To minimize the spread of the corona virus it is recommended to be fully vaccinated and to wear FFP2 masks.