By U. Zeitler, I. Hapke-Wurst, D. Sarkar, R. J. Haug, H. Frahm, K. Pierz, A. G. M. Jansen (auth.), Prof. Bernhard Kramer (eds.)
The current quantity comprises the written models of lots of the invited talks of the Spring assembly of the Condensed subject Physics component to the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft held from March 25 to 29, 2002 in Regensburg, Germany. additionally contained are these talks provided as a part of the Symposia such a lot of which have been equipped via numerous divisions in collaboration and lined a desirable number of themes of present curiosity. hence this quantity displays the prestige of condensed subject physics in Germany within the 12 months 2002. specifically, one notes a mild switch in paradigms: from quantum dots and wires to spin shipping and delicate topic platforms within the broadest experience. This turns out to mirror the current basic development in physics. however, a wide component of the invited papers be aware of nanostructured matter.
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