The research within the department of Complex Matter encompasses a variety of research fields, ranging from the synthesis of new materials to fundamental investigations of elementary excitations, self-organising behaviour and adaptive functionality in complex systems. These include anything from nano-biosystems and biomolecules to superconductors and nanowires. The experimental methods used are suitably diverse, from synthetic chemistry to biomedicine, femtosecond laser spectroscopy and magnetometry. The experimental research within the department is strongly supported by theory. Recently, the research activities on new nanomaterials and nanotechnology, such as nanolithography were greatly expanded. Apart from fundamental research, some viable applications have also emerged, particularly in the field of new nanomaterials such as MOSIx nanowires.
Condensed Matter Seminar
Thursday, 13 March 2014 at 14:15, Seminar room at the Department F-7
Prof. Katsumi Tanigaki, AIMR & Department of physics, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
Organic Semiconductors: present and future scope
Lecture will be held in English language.
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