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Since its foundation in the year 1948, research at the Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Physik is focused on electrons in solids. Our fundamental research activities aim for enabling innovative electronics without todays limitations of silicon-based electronics. We investigate modern material systems with exceptional physical properties such as graphene (a single one-atom-thick graphite sheet), single organic molecules for the smallest eletronic systems, but also semiconductors with wide bandgap (silicon carbide), which ist used for power electronic applications. A special focus is put on light-matter interaction, in particular in the terahertz frequency regime.