Structuring materials with atomic precision is the ultimate goal of nanotechnology
and is becoming increasingly relevant as an enabling technology for quantum electronics,
spintronics, optoelectronics, and photonics, as well as for energy conversion applications.
Our chair explores the possibility to structure materials on an atomic level and to
explore the fundamental physical properties of atomistic 2D materials with a specific
focus on semiconducting nanomaterials for future information and energy conversion technologies.
We follow four main research directions:
Topological materials and electronics
Excitonic many-body states including Bose-Einstein condensates
Femtosecond on-chip electronics
Please refer to the Research section for the list of current research projects in the Chair.
We are always looking for talented and enthusiastic BSc, MSc and PhD students to join the research projects
in the group. Interested students are welcome to contact
to discuss specific research opportunities.