Dr. Luca Castiglioni
Prof. Dr. Thomas Greber
Dr. Matthias Hengsberger
Dr. Claude Monney
Dr. Zbynek Novotny
|Lecture:||Mondays 14:00-15:45, in Y36 K08
starting on 19. February 2018
|Exercises:||Mondays 16:00-16:45, in Y36 K08|
This course provides an introduction to modern tools for studying the electronic structure of matter. A clear emphasis will be given to applications of electron spectroscopy such as XPS, ARPES and various electron diffraction methods. We will discuss in detail how electronic degrees of freedom such as binding energy, momentum and spin can be probed, and how such methods can be used in time-resolved experiments to study the dynamics of primary excitations, phase transitions and chemical reactions.
The course will be quite balanced between theory and application. Some basic theoretical background about light-matter interaction as well as electronic structure will be provided. The focus is clearly on applications in solid state physics such as chemical analysis of solid surfaces, the determination of atomic surface structure, electronic bandstructure and low-energy excitations, and the measurement of dynamics on ultra-short time scales. We will also discuss basic aspects of atomic and molecular spectroscopy.
The course consists of two hours of lecture per week and one hour of exercises and short talks. Previous knowledge of solid state physics (PHY210 - Festkörperphysik) and basic quantum mechanics (PHY131 - Physik III) is required.
ECTS: 6/3 credit points.
|19.02.18||Castiglioni et al.||Introduction|
|26.02.18||Greber||Theory of Photoemission, workfunction, IMFP, cross sections|
|05.03.18||Novotny||X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and ESCA|
|12.03.18||Novotny||Ambient-pressure XPS, vacuum technology|
|19.03.18||Greber||X-ray photoelectron diffraction (XPD)|
|26.03.18||Monney||Angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy ARPES|
|02.04.18||no lecture||Easter Monday|
Time-resolved photoemission, 2PPE
(Time-resolved) ARPES from molecules
|07.05.18||Novotny||Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM)|
|14.05.18||Hengsberger||Summary/Overview on electron spectroscopy|
|21.05.18||no lecture||Pentacosta (Pfingsten)|