Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces

Hybrid Nanoscale Interfaces

Hybrid Nanoscale Interfaces

We explore the transport properties of low-dimensional hybrid devices. We are in particular interested by the fundamental interactions between electrons, phonons and photons in systems combining molecular compounds with solid-state devices in confined gemetries where quantum effects can appear up to room temperature. We also strive to explore the application potential of our devices as sensors for biochemical markers relevant for personnalized medicine.

Atomic-scale metallic contacts
Graphene-based junctions
Quantum Hall Effect devices for metrology
Si-based biosensors
Organic electronics
Nanoscale architectures for electronics
High quality CVD graphene
Hierarchical composites