The showcase presents a free-to-read selection of physica status solidi articles published in 2015.
Prof. Marius Grundmann from Universität Leipzig and his PhD student Robert Karsthof, MSc, and further coworkers have presented the first such transparent solar cell in a recent article in physica status solidi (a).
Atomically thin transition-metal-dichalcogenides (TMDCs) have recently attracted a lot of research interest. Like graphene, they can be prepared as two-dimensional crystals by exfoliation. Unlike graphene, they are semiconductors with large band gaps, which make them...
Razdolski et al. observed oscillations in magneto-optical response of magnetically coupled multilayers, opening new horizons for magnetic media applications
Guo et al. reported on a systematic elastic neutron scattering study of the charge correlations in La2CoO4 as a function of Sr-doping.
A group of scientists at the University of Regensburg have studied the photoluminescence of gated monolayer WS2 flakes and identified the biexciton emission
Twin special issues on the Nobel Prize topic “Nitride Semiconductors” have been published in pss (a) and pss (b).
The 2015 edition of our pss Showcase looks back on recent successful publications in the physica status solidi journal family.
Researchers from University of Cambridge have proposed a new type of multi-functional pixel elements for next generation holographic display technologies.
ZSW Stuttgart, Germany, has recently presented CIGS solar cells with conversion efficiencies up to 21.7%.