Congratulations to Kishan! His paper, entitled “Restoring the electrical properties of CVD graphene via physisorption of molecular adsorbates”, was just accepted to ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!
Congratulations to Anton for successfully defending his PhD thesis entitled “Detailed analysis of single molecular junctions for novel computing architectures.”.
We are happy to welcome two new postdocs in our group. Dr. Mathias Wipf during his doctoral (2010-2014, University of Basel) studies and postdoctoral research job (2015-2016, Yale University, Mark Reed group) worked with silicon nanowire based sensors. Dr. Mickael
From 18th to 20th of December Michel and Maria were invited to the QuEEN workshop on Quantum effects in molecular junctions, organized by Prof. Andrew Briggs et al.Michel talked about stochasticity in molecular devices.
Congratulations to Ralph Stoop and Michele Sessolo. Their paper on “Charge noise in organic electrochemical transistors” will appear in Phys. Rev. Applied. Abstract Organic electrochemical transistors (OECTs) are increasingly studied as transducers in sensing applications. While much emphasis has been
On December 1st 2016, Oliver Braun joined our group as a PhD student under the joint supervision of Michel Calame and Prof. Dr. Ilaria Zardo (Uni Basel). Oliver will work on electronic transport and thermopower in nanoscale devices.
We’re happy to welcome Maria back from Netherlands! Within the MOLESCO Marie Curie ITN, Maria spent 1 month in the group of Prof. Herre van der Zant at TU Delft working on low-temperature characterization of graphene nanojunctions.
On Oct. 25th, the Trend in Micro Nano event organized by the Swiss mnt network took place at the Innocampus in Bienne. Among other speakers reporting about applied research or applications, we reported there on our work with Silicon-based biochemical
We are happy to welcome Yves Mermoud who will join the group on October. 1st. Yves will work on Si nanoribbon transistors for sensing in the framework of the NCCR MSE project.
In September 2016, SNI members met for their third annual conference in Lenzerheide, where 80 participants were treated to a diverse mixture of lectures and posters to encourage scientific exchange. Jan Oberbeck, an SNI doctoral student from Michel Calame’s group,