AG Lorke: Dr. Martin Paul Geller
Born 07 May 1975
in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
|10/1995 - 07/2001||Studies of physics, Technical University of Berlin|
|July 2001||Master ("Diplom") of physics|
|10/2001 - 04/2007||PhD student, Technical University of Berlin, Prof. D. Bimberg|
|April 2007||PhD in physics|
Employments and research visits
|04/1998 - 04/2001||Student teaching assistant in an experimental lab course (TU Berlin)|
|10/2001 - 04/2007||Research assistant (TU Berlin)|
|04/2007 - 12/2007||Post-Doctoral researcher (TU Berlin)|
|10/2009 - 11/2009||Research visit: ETH Zürich (Prof. K. Ensslin)|
|01/2008 - 09/2012||Research associate (University of Duisburg-Essen)|
|10/2011 - 09/2012||Post-Doctoral researcher (University of Cambridge, UK)|
|Since 10/2012||Research associate (University of Duisburg-Essen)|
|04/2003 - 10/2004||EU project: "Self-assembled nanostructured materials for electronic and optoelectronic applications" (NANOMAT)
- Coordinator of the workpackage "Principles of memory and logic devices"
|07/2003 - 07/2007||EU Network of Excellence: "Self-assembled semiconductor nanostructures for new devices in photonics and electronics" (SANDiE)
- Coordinator of the "Transport task force"
|10/2007 - 12/2007||Project of the German Research Foundation (DFG): "A non-volatile memory based on quantum dots" (QD-Flash)
- Responsible Post-doctoral researcher for the project
|09/2009 - 02/2013||EU joint research project within the NanoSci-E+ initiative: "Coupling of single quantum dots to two-dimensional systems” (QD2D)
- Coordinator of the project
|09/2010 - 08/2012||Sub-project "Assembly and characterization of graphene-based Lithium-Ion batteries" within the BMBF-funded joint research project "Usage of graphene in energy technologies"
- Co-applicant of the sub-project
|11/2010 - 10/2012||Joint research project within the Mercator Research Center Ruhr: "Revealing the level structure of electron, hole and excition systems in self-organized InAs quantum dots" (Aufschlüsselung der Niveaustruktur von Elektronen-, Löcher- und Exzitonen-Systemen in selbstorganisierten InAs Quantenpunkten)
- Co-applicant of the project
|Since 11/2011||Joint research project "Hochfunktionale Speicher (Hofus)" within BMBF-funded scheme "Validierung des Innovationspotenzials wissenschaftlicher Forschung – VIP"
Memberships and more
|The Carl-Ramsauer Award in physics 2007 (Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin)|
|Member of the "Deutsche physikalische Gesellschaft" (DFG)|
|Member of the "Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen" (CeNIDE)|
|Member of the "Global Young Faculty" (GYF)|
|Member of the "Young Researcher Network" (YRN)|
|Nanowissenschaftspreis, Award from the “Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Nanotechnologie-Kompetenzzentren in Deutschland" (AGeNT-D) 2011|
My research interest is located in the area of optical and transport properties of semiconductor nanostructures, which includes optical spectroscopy and magnetotransport measurements of nanoparticles and self-assembled quantum dots and perspectives for future (quantum) devices. Within this area, I am interested in time-resolved transport measurements of quantum dots interaction with a two-dimensional electron or hole gas. This is of fundamental interest to study non-equillibrium electron and hole states in such zero-dimensional nano-objects as well as testing the limits of future nanomemories.
Joint research project “Coupling of single quantum dots to two-dimensional systems” (QD2D), which is funded by the European Commission within the NanoSci-ERA initiative.
Project "Assembly and characterization of graphene-based Lithium-Ion batteries" within the BMBF-funded joint research project "Usage of graphene in energy technologies".
Joint research project within the Mercator Research Center Ruhr: "Revealing the level structure of electron, hole and excition systems in self-organized InAs quantum dots" (Aufschlüsselung der Niveaustruktur von Elektronen-, Löcher- und Exzitonen-Systemen in selbstorganisierten InAs Quantenpunkten).
Joint research project "Highly functional memories" (Hochfunktionale Speicher) within BMBF-funded scheme "Validierung des Innovationspotentials (VIP)".