complex nano materials: the chair of materials science and nanotechnology
The bottom-up way: Building from the nanoscale
The main research and teaching activities of the chair are focused on concepts, quantitative methods and experiments for understanding and mastering truly nanoscale phenomena. Nanomechanics and nanoelectronics are the key issues of our fundamental investigations aiming at developing non conventional strategies for producing and exploiting new devices and materials with an intrinsic nanoscale complexity. Biological complexity suggests marvellous strategies on how to design bottom-up advanced materials. That is why a large part of our investigations involves biomaterials.
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2015.08.27: Research Highlights in Nature Materials for our paper on the controlled transport of single atoms by an electronically driven molecular nanostructurepaper
Prof. Dr. Gianaurelio Cuniberti
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Institute for Materials Science
01062 Dresden, Germany
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