• May 27, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard University, Cambridge)

    New bio-inspired materials: When chemistry meets optics, mechanics and surface science

    Abstract Living systems sense, respond to, and harvest energy from the changing environment by interweaving chemistry, mechanics, optics, electronics, and fluid dynamics across time and length scales. In this lecture, …

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  • June 3, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Hannah Joyce (University of Cambridge, Cambridge)

    III-V semiconductor nanowires: from epitaxy to terahertz photonics

    Abstract Understanding and controlling the electrical properties of semiconductor nanowires are crucial steps in the development of novel nanowire-based devices. However, measuring nanowire electrical properties using conventional contact-based techniques is …

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