Fascinating nanowires and exciting research areas
Our research group exploits the properties of new nanomaterials; their unusual structural, optical, thermal, and electronic properties for future applications. Research in our group centers around nanowires since these offer an unprecedented level of flexibility and control. The versatility of their material composition allows envisioning new applications in chemistry, physics, engineering science and bioscience.Read more
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Examples of AND Research Projects
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Array of vertical nanowires
Uniform GaAs nanowire 'pencils'
Crossed nanowire device
Ballistic nanowire network
Thermoelectric nanowire device
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Milliwatt terahertz harmonic generation from topological insulator metamaterialsLight: Science and Applications (2022)
Electronic Structure and Epitaxy of CdTe Shells on InSb NanowiresAdvanced Science (2022)
Thermodynamics of a nanowire solar cellSPIE Photonics Europe (2022)
Extremely low material consumption III/V solar cellSPIE OPTO 2022 (2022)
Towards ultimate limit InP nanowire solar cellsSPIE OPTO 2022 (2022)
PHOTONDELTA FAST CAREER TRACK PROGRAM
Integrated photonics will have major impact in areas such as communications, healthcare, agro-food, and mobility. The market is growing fast and thousands of jobs will be created. TU/e is the place to start a career in this field.
Do you want to be part of this future?
Then you should consider the new PhotonDelta Fast Career Track program. This program involves TU/e Master students in Applied Physics or Electrical Engineering in photonics research and applications, together with researchers and companies active in this field. For more information please consult:
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