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Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering

a bridge between high technologies on the
nanoscale and advanced quantum theories
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Research
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Contact
reimann@matfys.lth.se
+46-46-2229086

lars.samuelson@ftf.lth.se
+46-46-2227697

Lund University
Box 118
22100 Lund
Sweden

Materials Science  
Controlled fabrication of designed materials structures, often via self-organization. Advanced materials analysis  based on high-Resolution electron microscopy.

Nanoelectronics
Ultra-fast electronics down to the THz regime. Low-power, high-speed devices with InAs nanowires.

Nano-biophysics
Interfaces between nanostrutures and the life-sciences, e.g., for nerve-end interactions and for studies and detection of single bio-molecules using optical, electrical, nanofluidic and nanomechanical methods

QuEMS – from Nano- to Quantum Electromechanical Systems
Ultra-small (10nm) electromechanical systems: Considerable modifications of the continuum approach of macroscopic elastodynamics needed at the nanoscale!

Coherent Phenomena in Optics and Transport
Physics of Quantum Cascade Lasers and their possible realisation in Nanowire structures. Design of quantum emitters in photonic cavities.

Many-Body Physics of Small Quantal System
Further development of basic theoretical concepts in the many-body physics of nano-scaled structures and related questions of quantum transport