Thomas Garm Pedersen

M. Sc. Engineering (optics), PhD (see homepage for full CV)

  • Skjernvej 4, A, 5-118

    9220 Aalborg Ø

    Denmark

19962019
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Physics & Astronomy

Physics

excitons
Faraday effect
harmonic generations
atomic energy levels
electro-optics
charged particles
optical absorption
temperature
absorption spectra
electrons

Engineering

carbon nanotubes
graphene
binding energy
solar cells
tuning
quantum dots
signatures
pumps
free electrons
fabrication

Chemistry and Materials

polymers
liquids
porphyrins
isomerization
dyes
aluminum
adsorption
citric acid
hydrogen

General

retraining
conductivity
exponential functions
Stark effect
electric fields
anisotropy
quantum electronics
optical transition
energy
radii
expansion
ambiguity
ellipsometry
silicon films
predictions
probes

Aerospace Sciences

magnetic fields

Mathematical and Computer Sciences

tensors
perturbation theory
approximation
matrices

Chemical Compounds

Graphite
Carbon Nanotubes
Mean field theory
Polymers
Binding energy
Energy gap
Harmonic generation
Crystalline materials
Stark effect
Optical data storage
Optical properties
Porphyrins
Electric fields
Liquids
Birefringence
Light absorption
Semiconductor quantum dots
Gages
Electrons
Absorption spectra
Hydrogen
Monolayers
Orbits
Anisotropy
Metalloporphyrins
Pumps
Fermions
Adsorption
Polyesters
Substrates
Infrared detectors
Molecular interactions
Angular momentum
Conjugated polymers
Isomerization
Band structure
Doping (additives)
LDS 751
Hartree approximation
Nanotubes
Solar cells
Temperature
Damping
Spectroscopy
Wave functions
Infrared radiation

Engineering & Materials Science

Graphene
Excitons
Binding energy
Carbon nanotubes
Energy gap
Harmonic generation
Stark effect
Nanoribbons
Mean field theory
Electric fields
Porphyrins
Polymers
Light absorption
Semiconductor quantum dots
Gages
Electrons
Absorption spectra
Monolayers
Orbits
Anisotropy
Semiconductor materials
Fermions
Pumps
Crystalline materials
Adsorption
Hydrogen
Substrates
Azobenzene
Infrared detectors
Molecular interactions
Angular momentum
Conjugated polymers
Liquids
Isomerization
Band structure
Doping (additives)
Hartree approximation
Nanotubes
Polyesters
Solar cells
Temperature
Optical properties
Damping
Spectroscopy
Wave functions
Infrared radiation
Fermi level