The functionalities of quantum materials, and the devices built upon them, are highly sensitive to properties such as dimensionality, material combinations, and the type of edge structures they exhibit. Realising the exciting potential of these materials for technological applications hence demands understanding in detail these functionalities down to the single atom scale. With this motivation, we adopt a synergetic approach by combining in-house top-down and bottom-up nanofabrication techniques with state-of-the-art transmission electron microscopy and cutting-edge data analysis techniques.
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We are grateful for funding from Delft University of Technology, the European Research Council, NWO, the Frontiers in Nanoscience program, the Kavli Foundation, and the Topconsortia voor Kennis en Innovatie
Just published! Thrilled to share our recent work on 2D materials, revealing how twisting WS2 flakes can increase their bandgap energy. This breakthrough links strain to electronic properties, marking a milestone for future twistronics applications.More information here.September 13, 2023
Just published our latest research on 1D-MoS2 nanostructures! Discover how we’re unraveling the potential of localised exciton behavior and bandgap modulation in this fascinating material. More information here.August 24, 2023
We are delighted to welcome Cristina to our team as she embarks on her master’s project focused on advancing low-dimensional 2D material fabrication within our lab. Looking forward to doing great science with you!August 23, 2023
Today, we are excited to announce the acceptance of our research paper titled “Localized Exciton Anatomy and Band Gap Energy Modulation in One-Dimensional MoS2 Nanostructures” in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.”July 11, 2023
Hats off to Stijn for the successful completion of his MSc project!