With its extensive laboratory facilities, the NanoLabTUe offers a wide spectrum of opportunities for research and development activities
The NanoLabTUe hosts both elite academic research and a multitude of industrial collaborations. It is an open-access research laboratory, available to TU/e, other research centers and industrial partners. This approach helps fundamental research insights quickly find their way into industry. Some examples of the fundamental research topics in the NanoLabTUe: nanowires, single-photon emitters, photonic integrated circuits and the fabrication of ultrathin layers with top-of-the-line atomic layer deposition equipment.Read more
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Advanced Nanomaterials & Devices
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Provide major contributions to photonic integration and the associated applications with a particular focus on indium phosphide technology.
Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics
We explore the novel physics and applications emerging from the interaction of light with nanoscale matter.
Physics of Nanostructures
We explore novel ways of controlling the electron spin and magnetic textures at the nanoscale for a wide range of applications.
Plasma & Materials Processing
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Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Novel wafer-scale adhesive bonding with improved alignment accuracy and bond uniformityMicroelectronic Engineering (2023)
Anisotropic laser-pulse-induced magnetization dynamics in van der Waals magnet Fe3GeTe22D Materials (2023)
Thermal Paper and Time Temperature Integrators Made From a Structural Colored Polymer Crosslinked With Hydrogen Bonded Cyclohexanoic Acid DerivativesAdvanced Optical Materials (2022)
Enhancing All-Optical Switching of Magnetization by He Ion IrradiationApplied Physics Letters (2022)
Handheld NIR Spectral Sensor Module Based on a Fully-Integrated Detector ArraySensors (Switzerland) (2022)