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Jochen Mannhart

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Appointment

  • Advisor
  • Quantum Materials

Institution

  • Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Country

  • Germany

Education

PhD, University of Tübingen

About

Jochen Mannhart is a physicist whose research interests focus on the properties of interfaces in complex electronic materials.

He has worked with various teams whose efforts have resulted in the discovery and development of bicrystal Josephson junctions and superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs); the enhancement of critical currents of high-Tc superconductors by grain alignment, which is the basis for modern superconducting cables; and the fabrication of the first all-oxide field-effect transistors (FETs).

Awards

Europhysics Prize, 2014

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Preis, 2008

Relevant Publications

Jany, R. et al. "Monolithically Integrated Circuits from Functional Oxides." Advanced Materials Interfaces 1 (2014): 1300031.

Meir, S. et al. "Highly-Efficient Thermoelectronic Conversion of Solar Energy and Heat into Electric Power.” J. Renewable Sustainable Energy 5 (2013): 043127.

Reyren, N. et al. "Superconducting Interfaces between Insulating Oxides." Science 317 (2007): 1196–1199.

Thiel, S. et al. "Tunable Quasi-Two-Dimensional Electron Gases in Oxide Heterostructures." Phys. Rev. B 68 (2003): 045301.

Li, L. et al. "Very large capacitance enhancement in a two-dimensional electron system." Science 332 (2001): 825–28.

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