Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces Laboratory
Our research aims at exploring and understanding the fundamental electrical and optical properties of hybrid devices combining organic and inorganic materials with atomically-precise structures. For this purpose, we develop and take advantadge of state-of-the-art nanoscale patterning techniques and rely on the broadband competences of an interdisciplinary team of scientists with expertise in physics, material science, chemistry, biochemical engineering and electrical engineering.
Neuromorphic electronic circuits for building autonomous cognitive systems
9 July : Prof. G. Indiveri, University of Zürich & ETH Zürich, Switzerland
|May, 2018 |
Welcome to our new PhD student Valentin Matton!
|May 07, 2018 |
Open PhD position in terahertz spectroscopy and imaging of key properties of wood
From Solid State to Biophysics IX, June 16-23, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Graphene 2018, June 26-28, Dresden, Germany
Real-Life Global Challenges for Biosensing and Analysis (GRS), June 23-24, Newport (RI), USA
CPEM, July 8-13, Paris, France
Gold 2018, July 15-18, Paris, France
ICPS, July 29 - Aug. 3, Montpellier, France
Swiss Workshop on Materials, Aug. 29-31, Les Diablerets, Switzerland