Graphene smart membranes can control water
Superfast vortices seen!
Graphene as a gas sensor
High-temperature electron-hole superfluidity
Direct observation of Josephson vortex cores
Buckled graphene superlattices are the next big thing
High-throughput identification of transparent conducting oxides
Hydrogen induces high-temperature superconductivity in a monolayer material
2D magnetic material as a photocatalyst for water splitting
Deformation charge density of adsorbed titanium on graphene
Melting graphene flake
Ultrathin superconductor ages like fine wine
Anisotropic packing of C70 molecules inside carbon nanotubes
3D Pb mesocrystals exhibit unique superconducting behavior
Our research focuses on nano and mesoscopic physics, with a goal to characterize materials between the atomic and the macroscopic scale, and enable their novel functionalities.
NANOlab Center of Excellence
Scientific Research Community (FWO-WOG) Computational Modeling of Materials
Excellence-of-Science consortium ShapeME: Shapeable 2D magnetoelectronics by design
European Network for Innovative and Advanced Epitaxy (OPERA)
EU-COST Action Nanoscale Coherent Hybrid Devices for Superconducting Quantum Technologies (NANOCOHYBRI)
EU-COST Action SUPERQUMAP
EU-COST Action High-Temperature SuperConductivity for AcceLerating the Energy Transition (HI-SCALE)
We are supporting applications for prestigious fellowships:
- FWO at PhD and postdoctoral levels (deadline March 1st and Dec. 1st respectively)
- Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowships (deadline mid Sept.)
We also have extensive experience in hosting joint PhD students and are therefore inviting visiting PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from China, Brazil, Iran (alternative), Colombia, Turkey, or other countries that provide visiting scholarships.
More details can be found in the Open positions section.