Atomic Space: The Small Frontier

This is the universe of the department: it’s continuing mission to explore the molecular world. The aim of the interdisciplinary research at the interface between physics, chemistry and biology is to gain control of materials at the atomic and molecular level, enabling the design of systems and devices with properties determined by quantum behavior on one hand and approaching functionalities of living matter on the other hand.

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy & Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy, Quantum Magnetism, Single Spins, Quantum Engineering & Control, Superconductivity, Josephson Microscopy, Electron Spin Resonance
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Molecular Architecture, Functional Nanosystems, Molecular Electronics, Single-Molecule Chemistry, Energy-Conversion Chemistry
Scanning Tunneling Luminescence, Single-Molecule Photonics, Photon Time Correlation, Charge Separation and Recombination Dynamics, Excitons, Plasmons
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2D Materials, Topological Insulators, Heterostructures, Quantum Transport, Quantum Magnetism, Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Band Structure, Quantum Devices, Photocurrent Microscopy, Photovoltaic Devices
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NV Centers in Diamond, Single Spin Detection, Electron Spin Resonance, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Single Molecule Imaging, Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Control
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Fluctuations of Individual Quantum Systems, Nanocavity, Local Electromagnetic Field, Atomic Scale Dynamics, Ultrafast Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Luminescence, Attosecond to Second Time Domain, Picometer Resolution
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Electrospray Ion Beam Deposition, Soft Landing, Mass Spectrometry, Molecular Imaging, Low Energy Electron Holography, Scanning Probe Microscopy, NV-Center Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Energy Landscape Modeling, Proteins, Peptides, Glycans
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