Characterization of nonlinear optical properties of various inorganic nanoparticles by employing z-scan and pump-probe setup.
2011 - M.Sc degree in Material Science , University of Leoben, Austria.
project: Photoconductive Atomic Force Microscopy and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy Measurements of Organic Semiconductor Nanostructures. under the supervision of Prof. Christian Teichert.
2011 - Started PhD by research, under the supervision of Prof. Werner Blau.
project: the characterization of nonlinear optical properties of various inorganic nanoparticles by employing z-scan and pump-probe setup. Size and shape of the particles was determined by means of TEM and DLS.
Publication and Citation
1) Photoresponse from single upright-standing ZnO nanorods explored by photoconductive AFM
authors: Beinik I, Kratzer M, Wachauer A, Wang L, Piryatinski Y P, Brauer G, Chen X Y, Hsu Y F, Djurišić A B, Teichert C
source: Beilstein journal of nanotechnology 4.1 (2013): 208-217
2) Electrical properties of ZnO nanorods studied by conductive atomic force microscopy
authors: Beinik I, Kratzer M, Wachauer A, Wang L, Lechner R T, Teichert C, Motz C, Anwand W, Brauer G, Chen X Y, Hsu X Y, Djurišić A B
source: Journal of Applied Physics 110.5 (2011): 052005