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.
Chemically Driven Collapse of Globular Surface Confined Proteins (abstract)
Dr. P. Nirmalraj, AMI, Uni Fribourg.
|April 20, 2018 |
Dominik & Omar helped to build a EAP-Sensor demonstrator 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.
|March 27, 2018 |
Congratulations to Pascal, Rolf & Ivan for the new publications in Appl. Phys.
|March 20, 2018 |
A new paper accepted in Nano Letter, with the contribution of Ivan
|February 28, 2018 |
The new start up MOMM Diagnostics Gmbh will focus on the early diagnosis of preeclampsia. Congratulations to its CEO & co-Founder Mathias Wipf !
SPIE Photonics Europe 2018, April 22 - 26, Strassbourg, France
Swiss NanoConvention 2018, June 6-7, ETHZ Hönggerberg, Switzerland
Graphene 2018, June 26-28, Dresden, Germany
From Solid State to Biophysics IX, June 16-23, Dubrovnik, Croatia
CPEM, July 8-13, Paris, France
Gold 2018, July 15-18, Paris, France
ICPS, July 29 - Aug. 3, Montpellier, France