Their traditional field is the study of structure evolution in polycrystalline layers. They constructed models, which are planned to use in the field of materials with low friction, hard coatings and magnetic layers. Moreover semiconductor layers, heterostructures and contacts to semiconductors are among their important research areas. Their third working field is the ion-solid interaction, ion mixing in layers and at interfaces. In July 2013 the ceramics group joined the Thin Film Physics Laboratory. The research subject of ceramics fits very well to the research of modern functional materials, layers and interfaces on which the Thin Film Physics Laboratory is working back for ages. A novel research field is the ceramics and the development of biocompatible implants.More About Us
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