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On Friday November 18th 2016 at 13:00, Vishal Jain will defend his thesis: "III-V Nanowire-based Infrared Photodetectors: Design, Fabrication and Characterization" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The...[more]


On Friday October 14th 2016 at 09:30, Alexander Berg will defend his thesis: "Nanowire Growth and Characterization in the AlGaInP Material System" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will...[more]


Kimberly Dick Thelander was awarded a Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductor Physics by IUPAP at ICPS2016 on Friday August 5th, 2016. Kimberly also presented a prize lecture on “Design of advanced one-dimensional...[more]


The front cover of the April 28th issue of Analytical Methods is decorated by a picture from an article by researchers from Solid State Physics reporting a new simple design for for enrichment of blod parasites from a sample of...[more]


PhD student Damiano Verardo from Solid State Physics, together with his collaborator Chapin Korosec from Simon Fraser University, won the Biophysical Journal’s award for best poster at the Biophysical Society Thematic Meeting...[more]


Solid State Physics – the cradle of nanomaterials research at Lund University – celebrated its 50th anniversary on June 3rd. Celebrations included lab visits, speeches and cake together with past and present employees and friends...[more]


An article published in Nature March 17 2016 by researchers at NanoLund (and SOlid State Physics), University of Cambridge and IBM Research shows how different arrangements of atoms can be combined into nanowires as they grow....[more]


A team including Solid State Physics researchers report that a computer consisting of a network of nanofabricated channels that are explored by protein filaments propelled by molecular motors correctly found all possible...[more]


On Friday May 13th 2016 at 09:30, Masoomeh Ghasemi will defend her thesis: "Thermodynamic modeling of materials systems for nanowires: CALPHAD, DFT and experiments" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The...[more]


On Friday April 29th 2016 at 09:30, Kilian Mergenthaler will defend his thesis: "Photon Upconversion in Heavily Doped Semiconductors" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be Professor...[more]


February 18th the Vice-Chancellor appointed Magnus Borgström Professor in Materials Science with specialization in epitaxy. Read more about Magnus on his homepage.[more]


Christelle Prinz has been granted an ERC Consolidator grant of 2.62 M Euro for 5 years. The amount includes funds for acquiring a STED microscope. The project named NanoPokers aims at studying cell heterogeneity in tumours...[more]


On Friday November 20th 2015 at 09:30, Magnus Heurlin will defend his thesis: "Growth of Semiconductor Nanowires for Solar Cell Applications" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be Professor...[more]


The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research just announced the 15 recipients of the grants in a national call for proposals directed towards research infrastructure that meet the highest international scientific...[more]


The Crafoord Foundation has awarded the department of Physics and Prof. Jonas Tegenfeldt 5 MSEK to acquire a super resolution microscope. The technology was highlighted recently through the Nobel Prize in...[more]


A recent study published in Nano Letters describe how researchers active at Solid State Physics together with collaborators from University of New South Wales in Australia report a method for making horizontal wrap-gate nanowire...[more]


On Friday June 5th 2015 at 09:30, Gustav Nylund will defend his thesis: "Studies of Nanowire Devices Enabled by Advanced Nanofabrication" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be...[more]


On Friday May 29th 2015 at 09:30, Daniel Jacobsson will defend his thesis: "Crystal Structure in GaAs Nanowires: Growth and Characterization" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The...[more]


Researchers from Solid State Physics at Lund University in Sweden are the first to have succeeded in producing semiconducting nanowires in which they can controllably produce exactly one “polytype” nanodot. Polytype nanodots are...[more]


March 5th the Vice-Chancellor appointed Kimberly Dick Thelander Professor in Materials Science with specialization in crystal growth. She is the first female professor at the division of Solid State Physics and presently the...[more]

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