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Research mission

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.

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Open positions

We are supporting applications for prestigious fellowships:
- FWO at PhD and postdoctoral levels  (deadline Feb 1st)
- Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowships (deadline Sept 15th)

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 or other countries that provide visiting scholarships.

More details can be found in the Open positions section.

News
  • 3
    Oct
    Ben Van Duppen wint Vlaamse PhD Cup 2017
    Fysicus Ben Van Duppen won de Vlaamse PhD Cup én de publieksprijs. Scriptie vzw wil met deze wedstrijd het onderzoek van jonge wetenschappers dichter bij het grote publiek brengen.
  • 12
    Sep
    Superfast superconducting vortices
    A team of researchers, including Prof. Milošević and Ph.D student Ž. Jelić from the CMT group at UAntwerpen, reports the first direct microscopic imaging of superfast superconducting vortices (in: Physics Today).
  • 13
    Jun
    Wetenschappers zien elektronen surfen op lichtgolven
    Ben Van Duppen (UAntwerpen) legt mee de basis van het tijdperk van de kwantumnanoscopie. Science bericht over het onderzoek van Van Duppen en collega's.
  • 19
    Sep
    Buckling graphene takes a Lévy flight
    In this latest research, Paul Thibado and colleagues at the University of Arkansas, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University and University of Antwerp (Prof. F.M Peeters from the Condensed Matter Theory group) used scanning tunnelling microscopy to study the surface of freestanding graphene at the atomic scale.
  • 19
    Sep
    Buckling graphene takes a Lévy flight
    In this latest research, Paul Thibado and colleagues at the University of Arkansas, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University and University of Antwerp (Prof. F.M Peeters from the Condensed Matter Theory group) used scanning tunnelling microscopy to study the surface of freestanding graphene at the atomic scale.



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Condensed Matter Theory Campus Groenenborger
Groenenborgerlaan 171
2020 Antwerp
Tel. +32 3 265 36 64
Fax +32 3 265 35 42
francois.peeters@uantwerpen.be