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Interdisciplinarity ■ External Collaborations

External Collaborations


  • Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, TU Delft (Netherlands): radiation and heat-induced transformations in nanostructures (H. Zandbergen); transport in single nanocrystals (H. Van Der Zant).
  • Department of Opto-Electronic Materials, Faculty of Applied Sciences, TU Delft (Netherlands): optical pump-terahertz probe spectroscopy of nanocrystals (L. Siebbeles).
  • Department of Physics, Imperial College London (UK): Fabrication of Luminescent Solar Concentrators (LSCs) based on multilayer of vertically aligned rods (K. Barnham and A. Chatten); plasmonic properties of copper-based nanoparticles (S. Maier).
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP, Germany): integrating fluorescent nanocrystals into matrixes for solar concentrators (J. Bomm).
  • University of Ghent (Belgium): vertical assembly of nanorods on substrates (Z. Hens).
  • EPFL (Switzerland): functionalization of nanoparticles with tailor-made ligands for cellular studies (F. Stellacci).
  • University of Utrecht (Netherlands): modeling the assembly of shaped nanoparticles into superstructures (M. Dijkstra and A. V. Roij).
  • University of Southampton (UK): toxicity of nanoparticles and development of metal nanoparticles for photovoltaics (A. Kanaras).
  • Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris (France): hyperthermia and magnetophoresis behavior of magnetic nanoparticles (F. Gazeau and C. Wilhelm).
  • Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, Institut D'Alembert Paris (France): second harmonic generation from nanostructures (J. Zyss); fabrication of lasing microcavities using vertical aligned CdSe/CdS rods as active material (M. Lebental).
  • University of Muenster (Germany): nanocontainers and stopper molecules for nanocontainers, for drug delivery and therapy (L. De Cola).
  • Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain): magnetic and structural properties of nanoparticles (M. Angel Garcia).
  • Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (Spain): magnetic properties of nanoparticles (A. Roig).
  • The Molecular Foundry (Berkeley): Lanthanide NPs for biomedical applications (D. Milliron and B. Cohen).
  • University of Antwerp, EMAT Lab (Belgium): partial coherence in elastic/inelastic transmission electron microscopy (J. Verbeeck); annealing of nanoparticles followed in-situ by electron microscopy/tomography (G. V. Tendeloo).
  • Fraunhofer Institute Dresden (Germany): modeling the plasmonic response of Cu2-xSe nanocrystals (T. Haertling).
  • National Institute of Applied Science, Toulouse (France): HRTEM/EDX investigations of nanomaterials (B. Chaudret, C. Amiens, P. Serp, M. Respaud, R. Bacsa and K. Souantica).
  • University of Kent, Canterbury (UK): characterization of carbon nanotubes filled with magnetic materials (G. Mountjoy).
  • Cambridge University (UK): tomography of nanostructures (P. Midgley and Z. Saghi).
  • NanoTUM, Technische Universität München (Germany) (H. Sternschulte), Abteilung Elektronische Bauelemente und Schaltungen, Universität Ulm (Germany) (A. Denisenko) and Institute of Nanostructure Technologies and Analytics, University of Kassel (Germany) (C. Popov and W. Kulisch): TEM and EELS study of as-grown and oxygen-terminated ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD) films.
  • Departamento de Quimica Inorganica. Universidad de La Rioja (Spain): structural and Chemical study Au-Ag nanoworms (M. Monge Oroz).
  • Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica (ITQB), Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal): fabrication (by TEM) and morphological analysis of nano-holes in thin membranes for single molecule processes (Y. Astier).
  • Cornell University (USA): synchrotron studies on the self assembly of rod-shaped nanoparticles (T. Hanrath).

Last Updated on Monday, 16 April 2012 09:34


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