Laboratory of Nanomaterials (LNM)

The Laboratory of NanoMaterials, led by Prof. Albert G. Nasibulin, is among the top technology laboratories in the world and offers a unique environment for strong interdisciplinary research and a proven track record of productive cooperation. The main research areas of the group are

  • the synthesis of carbon nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal oxide nanowires),
  • the applications of nanomaterials in transparent and flexible electronics, stretchable electronics, and photovoltaics.

Laboratory of Hybrid Photonics (LHPh)

Hybrid photonics is a new emerging research area at the interface between traditional optoelectronics and quantum technologies that spans from fundamental physics to applications of phenomena related to hybrid light-matter excitations and photon-mediated interactions of disparate material systems.

Purpose: research in Hybrid Photonics utilizing nanostructures based on organic and inorganic, metallic and semiconductor, crystal and amorphous materials, epitaxial and solution processable, strongly interacting with light for developing disruptive technologies and a new generation of hybrid photonic/optoelectronic and quantum devices.