front of house 28
floor in house 28
atomic force microscope
Prof. Hoffmann-Vogel in front of technical equipment
Au-Elektromigration
Building 28

...in building 28, located in Golm...

laboratory 0.065

... the group "Experimental physics of condensed matter" reseaches...

UHV with atomic force microscope

...around Mrs. Prof. Dr. R. Hoffmann-Vogel...

  • Experimentelle Physik Kondensierter Materie

Main goal of research

The aim of our research is to understand the connection between atomic and mesocopic structure on the one hand and electronic transport on the other. To investigate the structure of our research objects, we use atomic force microscopy. To make small contacts, we use electromigration.


two colored diagrams
Photo: Peter Milde et al. siehe Publikation in JAP
Plot of the Q-factor as function of the laser power reveals a hysteresis

Editor´s Pick

Recently accepted article "Out-of-equilibrium optomechanical resonance self-excitation" P. Milde, M. Langenhorst, H. Hölscher, J. Rottmann-Matthes, D. Hundertmark, L. M. Eng, and R. Hoffmann-Vogel, in Journal of Applied Physics have chosen to be promoted as an Editor's Pick.

 

two colored diagrams
Photo: Peter Milde et al. siehe Publikation in JAP
Plot of the Q-factor as function of the laser power reveals a hysteresis
Pictogram of AFM-Setup
Photo: Daniel Ebeling

The 6th Advanced Atomic Force Microscopy Techniques (AAFMT) Conference will be hosted here at the University of Potsdam from 06.03.2023-07.03.2023.

Planning is in progress, news will be published at the conference website.

Here the webpage from the  5th AAFMT.

Pictogram of AFM-Setup
Photo: Daniel Ebeling

NEWS

22.03.22

Between microcosm and macrocosm

- New large-scale research instrument at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy,
here the publication of the university concerning our future atomic force microscope and also on the page of the MWFK there is a report.

 

 

The lectures and exercises of the summer semester 2022 will start from 19th of April. Further information will be available in Moodle/PULS.

 

Dear students, dear students of earth sciences,

please contact us by mail, if you have not yet received a key for the lecture "Experimental Physics II" with Prof. Dr. Regina Hoffmann-Vogel, the lecture will be on site.

The lecture "Surface Physics" will be held on Mondays at 14:15 am in 2.28.0.010, all students are welcome to attend.