SFM image of the area affected by electromigration (a) Overview of the anode side (b) Area, represented by a black square in (a)
Image: Prof. Dr. Regina Hoffmann-Vogel

Electromigration for making small metallic contacts

The research team of Prof. Dr. Regina Hoffmann-Vogel, Professor of Experimental Physics of Condensed Matter at the University of Potsdam, aims to understand the relationship between atomic and mesocopic structures as well as electronic transport in nanostructures. The technique of electromigration is used to create nanometer distance metallic contacts, from which the group seeks to understand these nanostructures as well as further refine the manufacturing processes. To date, the group has successfully collaborated with several academic and industrial partners throughout Europe.

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SFM image of the area affected by electromigration (a) Overview of the anode side (b) Area, represented by a black square in (a)
Image: Prof. Dr. Regina Hoffmann-Vogel