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.
THz- and infrared ellipsometry studies of plasmonic modes in complex oxide heterostructures
June 4: Prof. C. Bernhard, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Neuromorphic electronic circuits for building autonomous cognitive systems
June 6: Prof. G. Indiveri, University of Zürich & ETH Zürich, Switzerland
|May 07, 2018 |
Open PhD position in terahertz spectroscopy and imaging of key properties of wood
|April 20, 2018 |
Electroactive Polymer Actuator (EAP)Sensor demonstrator built by Dominik & Omar for the SPIE Smart Materials Conference
|April 10, 2018 |
Open PhD position on metal-organic sensing networks.
|March 29, 2018 |
New paper on Graphene wrinkle effects on molecular resonance states in npj 2D.
SPIE Photonics Europe 2018, April 22 - 26, Strassbourg, France
Swiss NanoConvention 2018, June 6-7, ETHZ Hönggerberg, Switzerland
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