Profesor Oliver G. Schmidt

Director:

Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
IFW Dresden
Postfach 27 01 16
D-01171 Dresden  

Contact: 

Office
Kristina Krummer
office-iin (at) ifw-dresden.de
Phone:+49 351 4659 810
Fax:+49 351 4659 782

  2010
170. A. Rastelli
Adding functionalities to quantum dot heterostructures and devices by stress
Sonderkolloquium, TU Berlin
Berlin, Germany, 22.12.2010
169. O. G. Schmidt
Quantum dots and smart tubes: From artificial atoms to artificial machinery
Sonderkolloquium, Universität Würzburg
Würzburg, Germany, 20.12.2010
168. O. G. Schmidt
Strained nanostructures for interdisciplinary research
Sonderkolloquium, Walter-Schottky-Institut
München, Germany, 14.12.2010
167. S. Sanchez
Nanobiochemical applications of nanomembranes: From microbots to on-chip sensors
Seminar, CIN2, Research Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Barcelona, Spain, 12.12.2010
166. O. G. Schmidt
The physics of inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes
Physics Colloquium, The University of Utah
Salt Lake City, USA, 02.12.2010
165. O. G. Schmidt
Physics and technology of stressed quantum dots
MRS Fall Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 29.11.-03.12.2010
164. O. G. Schmidt
Photonics with stretchable and shapeable nanomembranes
Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 30.11.2010
163. O. G. Schmidt
Inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes: From quantum dot photonics to world's smallest jet engines
Colloquium, University Kassel
Kassel, Germany, 26.11.2010
162. O. G. Schmidt
Nanomembranes: Shaping a new technology
Tutorial, Chemnitz University of Technology
Chemnitz, Germany, 23.11.2010
161. O. G. Schmidt
Ultra-thin membranes: Shaping a new nanoworld
Seminar, Bio Innovations Center Dresden
Dresden, Germany, 15.11.2010
160. E. J. Smith, S. Schulze, S. Kiravittaya, Y. F. Mei, S. Sanchez, O. G. Schmidt
Towards Lab-in-a-Tube: Individual cell manipulation and detection in a single on chip microtube optical ring resonator
NanoBioTech
Montreux, Switzerland, 15.-17.11.2010
159. O. G. Schmidt
Chemistry, physics and technology of functional hybrid nanomembranes
Colloquium, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker e.V.
Oldenburg, Germany, 11.11.2010
158. Y. F. Mei and O. G. Schmidt
Materials science of functional nanomembranes: From flexible magnetoelectronics to world’s smallest jet engines
Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shanghai, China, 04.11.2010
157. Y. F. Mei and O. G. Schmidt
Shaping nanomembrane technologies
International Conference on Solid-State and Integrated Circuit Technology (ICSICT)
Shanghai, China, 01.-04.11.2010
156. C. C. Bof Bufon
Energy storage elements based on rolled-up nanomembranes
Cusanuswerk - Fachschaftstagung Physik 2010
Dresden, Germany, 16.10.2010
155. F. Ding
Straintronics in semiconductor nanostructures
Seminar, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Bochum, Germany, 08.10.2010
154. P. Kratzer, V. M. Fomin, B. Hülsen and M. Scheffler
Modeling materials with optimized transport properties
Fifth International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM2010)
Freiburg, Germany, 04.-08.10.2010
153. O. G. Schmidt
Nanostructures under stress: From quantum dots to micro-engines
Festkolloquium, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Linz, Austria, 01.10.2010
152. O. G. Schmidt
Hybrid nanomembranes: From quantum dots to nanojet engines
Seminar, The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, USA, 27.09.2010
151. Ch. Deneke
Structure of and strain in rolled-up nano-membranes
Seminar, LNLS
Campinas, Brazil, 22.09.2010
150. S. Kiravittaya and O. G. Schmidt (plenary)
Rolled-up resonators for on-chip applications
Fifth International Conference on Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 13.-17.09.2010
149. V. M. Fomin and P. Kratzer (plenary)
Enhancement of thermoelectric efficiency due to electronic minibands in InGaAs/GaAs quantum dot arrays
Fifth International Conference on Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 13.-17.09.2010
148. O. G. Schmidt (plenary)
Physics, materials science and applications of nanomembranes
Fifth International Conference on Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 13.-17.09.2010
147. Ch. Deneke
Fabrication and structure of rolled-up radial hybrid superlattices
Seminar, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology
Karlsruhe, Germany, 12.09.2010
146. O. G. Schmidt
Engineering autonomous systems at the micro-/nanoscale
Graduate Seminar, The University of Utah
Salt Lake City, USA, 27.08.2010
145. O. G. Schmidt
Stretchable, flexible, and shapeable nanomembranes for interdisciplinary research
Seminar, The University of Utah
Salt Lake City, USA, 26.08.2010
144. Ch. Deneke
Hybrid radial superlattices by roll-up of inherent strained films
Seminar, University Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany, 10.08.2010
143. O. G. Schmidt
Fabrication, manipulation and properties of 3D quantum dot crystals
30th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS)
Seoul, Korea, 25.-30.07.2010
142. V. M. Fomin
Theoretical modelling of the excitonic behaviour in self-assembled quantum rings
9th International Conference on Excitonic and Photonic Processes in Condensed and Nano Materials (EXCON'10)
Brisbane, Australia, 11.-16.07.2010
141. S. Sanchez
Microbots
Sci|Art NanoLab 2010
UCLA, Los Angeles, USA, 30.06.2010
140. V. M. Fomin and P. Kratzer
Engineering the electron minibands and transport in arrays of interacting n-type InAs/GaAs quantum dots
The 2010 Villa Conference on Interaction Among Nanostructures (VCIAN)
Santorini, Greece, 21.-25.06.2010
139. A. Rastelli
Looking at self-assembled quantum dots from different perspectives
The 2010 Villa Conference on Interaction Among Nanostructures (VCIAN)
Santorini, Greece, 21.-25.06.2010
138. O. G. Schmidt
Elastic nanomembranes for interdisciplinary research
Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, USA, 23.06.2010
137. Y. F. Mei
Inorganic nanomembranes
Seminar, Institute of Physics, Humboldt University of Berlin
Berlin, Germany, 17.06.2010
136. A. Rastelli
Positioning and stressing self-assembled quantum dots
Seminar, Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics, TU/Eindhoven
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 10.06.2010
135. O. G. Schmidt
Physics and technology of inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes
Seminar, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Linz, Austria, 09.06.2010
134. O. G. Schmidt
Selected scientific aspects of inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes
Seminar, Universität Konstanz
Konstanz, Germany, 07.06.2010
133. A. Rastelli
Making and changing quantum dots by stress
Transalp’Nano 2010
Como, Italy, 03.-05.06.2010
132. Y. F. Mei
Inorganic nanomembranes
Seminar, City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong, 29.05.2010
131. A. Rastelli
Cross-plane thermal conductivity measurements of thin Si layers with embedded Ge dots
SPP 1386 Workshop on Thermal Conductivity in Reduced Dimensions: 3 Omega method and beyond
Göttingen, Germany, 27.-28.05.2010
130. C. C. Bof Bufon
Hybrid electronics based on rolled-up nanomembranes
Third International Conference on Telecommunications, Electronics and Informatics (ICTEI)
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, 20-23.05.2010
129. O. G. Schmidt
Multifunctional “lab-in-a-tube” systems and self-propelled micro-/nanoengines
Seminar on New Developments in Biological Physics, University of Gothenburg
Gothenburg, Sweden, 20.05.2010
128. O. G. Schmidt
Planar and vertical ring resonators: From physics to optofluidic studies
3rd Asian-German Workshop on Optical Microcavities: Quantum Chaos in Open Systems Meets Optical Resonators
Dresden, Germany, 17.-21.05.2010
127. O. G. Schmidt
Catalytic microtube engines
IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)
Anchorage, Alaska, USA, 03.-08.05.2010
126. O. G. Schmidt
Hybrid nanomembranes for photonics, electronics, and robotics
SFG Meeting "From local constraints to macroscopic transport"
Dresden, Germany, 28.04.2010
125. O. G. Schmidt
Inorganic nanomembranes for photonic, electronic, fluidic and robotic applications
Seminar, Helmholtzzentrum Berlin
Berlin, Germany, 22.04.2010
124. A. Rastelli
Scattering phonons and trapping excitons with self-assembled quantum dots
Colloquium,  TU Chemnitz
Chemnitz, Germany, 14.04.2010
123. A. Rastelli
Stress as fabrication and post-fabrication tuning tool for quantum dots
InfraRed Optical Nanostructure Symposium
Wien, Austria, 08-09.04.2010
122. Y. F. Mei
Rolled-up inorganic nanomembranes
MRS Spring Meeting
San Francisco, California, USA, 05.-09.04.2010
121. F. Ding
Engineering the properties of nanostructures by piezoelectric-induced stresses
Seminar, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
Rüschlikon, Switzerland, 01.04.2010
120. F. Ding
Engineering the properties of nanostructures by piezoelectric-induced stresses
Laser Seminar, Quantum Photonics Group, ETH Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland, 30.03.2010
119. S. Sanchez
Catalytic and biocatalytic tubular microjets
Seminar, Chemistry Department, Penn State University,
Pennsylvania, USA, 17.03.2010
118. S.Sanchez
Microbots as nanotechnology tools. Catalytic nanomachines
Seminar, UCLA
Los Angeles, USA, 15.03.2010
117. O. G. Schmidt
Nanoraketen
Nano erleben, Nanotechnologie-Demonstrationsversuche für die Oberstufe
Marburg, Germany, 11.03.2010
116. S.Sanchez
Catalytic and biocatalytic locomotion of rolled-up microbots
Mini-Workshop on SPM and Bio-Nano
Tsukuba, Japan, 10.03.2010
115. O. G. Schmidt
Quantum dots and smart tubes for on- and off-chip applications
Colloquium,  Leibniz-Institut für Innovative Mikroelektronik
Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, 09.03.2010
114. S. Sanchez
Wireless control of catalytic microbots for the delivery and assembly of microobjects
MANA International Symposium
Tsukuba, Japan, 03.-05.03.2010
113. A. Rastelli
Fabrication and post-fabrication tuning of quantum dots by stress
Seminar, Università di Milano Bicocca
Milano, Italy, 02.03.2010
112. F. Ding
Electro-mechanical control of quantum dot excitonic emission and Raman signal from single layer graphene
Seminar, Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Beijing, China, 01.03.2010
111. A. Rastelli and O. G. Schmidt
Thermoelectrics of SiGe: From bulk to nanostructures
Thermoelectrics Winter School
Bremen, Germany, 14.-19.02.2010
110. O. G. Schmidt
Künstliche Nanomaschinen – auf dem Weg zur “Reise ins Ich”
19. Frankfurter Sonderkolloquium – Technik und Gesellschaft im Dialog
Dechema, Frankfurt, Germany, 28.01.2010
109. O. G. Schmidt
Spatial and spectral control of individual quantum dots
SPIE, Photonics West
San Francisco, California, USA, 23.-28.01.2010
108. O. G. Schmidt
Men-made multifunctional micro-/nanoengines
Symposium on Molecular and Nanoscopic Autonomous Systems
Max-Planck-Institute for Metals Research, Stuttgart, Germany, 20.01.2010
107. M. Benyoucef
Quantum-dot single photon sources and strong coupling between resonators
Seminar, Universität Kassel
Kassel, Germany, 08.01.2010
106. Y. F. Mei and O. G. Schmidt
Shaped nanomembranes: From fundamental perception to new concepts and applications
IEEE International NanoElectronics Conference
Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 03.-08.01.2010