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Michael Seifner

I am part of the Inorganic NanoMaterials group. Visit also my page at NanoLund.

 

Keywords:

 

In situ TEM, nanowires, metastable, heterostructures, Janus particle, nucleation, growth dynamics, interfaces

 

Research:

 

I am currently working with complex hybrid nanostructures, and my research is particularly focused on using interactions between metal and semiconductor materials to control their properties.

 

Used equipment / tools:

 

electron microscopy (ETEM, TEM, SEM - see nCHREM page)

spark discharge generator for deposition of nanoparticles

 

Short CV:

 

10/2019 - present

Lund University

Centre for Analysis and Synthesis

Postdoctoral researcher

 

08/2016 - 03/2019

Vienna University of Technology

PhD in “Technical Chemistry”

Title: Synthesis and Characterisation of One-Dimensional Ge-Based Nanostructures with Metastable Composition

Supervisor: PD Dr. Sven Barth

 

10/2014 - 07/2016

Vienna University of Technology

MSc in “Chemistry and Technology of Materials”

Title: Nucleation and Growth of Metastable Ge1-xSnx Alloy Nanowires with High Sn Content

Supervisor: PD Dr. Sven Barth

 

08/2010 - 10/2014

Vienna University of Technology

BSc in “Technical Chemistry”

Title: Evaluation of Growth Parameters for the Formation of Tin Oxide and Indium Oxide Nanowires

Supervisor: PD Dr. Sven Barth

 

Selected publications:

 

“Epitaxial Ge0.81Sn0.19 Nanowires for Nanoscale Mid-Infrared Emitters”

M. S. Seifner, A. Dijkstra, J. Bernardi, A. Steiger-Thirsfeld, M. Sistani, A. Lugstein, J. E. M. Haverkort, S. Barth, ACS Nano 2019, 13, 8047-8054.

 

“Direct Synthesis of Hyperdoped Germanium Nanowires”

M. S. Seifner, M. Sistani, F. Porrati, G. Di Prima, P. Pertl, M. Huth, A. Lugstein, S. Barth, ACS Nano 2018, 12, 1236-1241.

 

“Pushing the Composition Limit of Anisotropic Ge1-xSnx Nanostructures and Determination of Their Thermal Stability”

M. S. Seifner, S. Hernandez, J. Bernardi, A. Romano-Rodriguez, S. Barth, Chemistry of Materials 2017, 29, 9802-9813.

 

 

 

Michael Seifner

Postdoctoral researcher

E-mail:
michael.seifner@chem.lu.se

Postal address:

Centre for Analysis and Synthesis
Lund University
P.O. Box 124
SE-221 00 Lund
Sweden

Visiting address:
Kemicentrum
Getingev 60 /Sölvegatan 39
Lund

Internal mail:
Pick-up location 1

Full list of publications:

ORCID Michael Seifner

See also:

Google Scholar

 

Researchgate