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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Please check out the TU/e Vacancies page for further opportunities within our group.
All positions are open from May 15, 2019, and are open only to female candidates in the framework of the new Irène Curie Fellowship program of TU/e. Review of applications will begin immediately upon receipt, and continue until the positions are filled, with the last date for applications being November 15, 2019.
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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
Strain engineering in Ge/GeSn core/shell nanowiresApplied Physics Letters (2019)
Ubiquitous non-Majorana zero-bias conductance peaks in nanowire devicesPhysical Review Letters (2019)
Selective-area chemical beam epitaxy of in-plane InAs one-dimensional channels grown on InP(001), InP(111)B, and InP(011) surfacesPhysical Review Materials (2019)
Multiple Andreev reflections and Shapiro steps in a Ge-Si nanowire Josephson junctionPhysical Review Materials (2019)
Engineering tunnel junctions on ballistic semiconductor nanowiresApplied Physics Letters (2019)