Hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), now available as atomically smooth flakes, offers unique properties in optoelectronics and nanoelectronics. Researchers demonstrate freeform nanostructuring for advanced device architectures.
Low-power laser irradiation of SU-8 photoresist with an added absorber enables selective pyrolysis for simple and inexpensive patterning of pyrolytic carbon microelectrodes.
Interferometric scattering of a single plasmonic nanoparticle cluster assembled in a nanostructured template
Examining single Au nanoparticle cluster light scattering on nanostructured substrates, revealing two substrate effects via Green’s tensor theory for plasmonic nanostructure spectral interpretation.
Intense optical pulses induce transient superconductivity, evolving into stable states in K3C60 under sustained mid-infrared excitation, characterized by low resistance and extended lifetimes.
Thermal scanning probe lithography (t-SPL) shows promise for scalable nanofabrication in nanoelectronics. It produces high-performance graphene-based transistors with simplified processing, reducing time and cost.
Deterministic Assembly of Single Sub-20 nm Functional Nanoparticles Using a Thermally Modified Template with a Scanning Nanoprobe
A deterministic technique uses hot scanning nanoprobes to assemble sub-20 nm nanoparticles, including quantum dots, into 2D arrays and complex nanostructures for various applications.
Nanoindentation via thermomechanical scanning probe allows precise, nanoscale strain engineering in 2D materials like MoS2 and graphene, achieving modulated bandgaps and investigating localized strain effects.
The Potential of Combining Thermal Scanning Probes and Phase-Change Materials for Tunable Metasurfaces
Metasurfaces enable versatile optical wavefront control; active phase-change materials like germanium telluride offer compact, reconfigurable near-infrared metasurfaces, avoiding typical limitations.
We investigate neurite guidance using semiconductor industry-compatible techniques for fabricating modulated surfaces, enabling the cultivation and study of ordered neuronal networks in a 2.5D configuration.
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Upfront the MNE 2022 Eurosensors Conference in Leuven, Belgium from September 19th to 23rd GenISys, Heidelberg Instruments, micro resist technology and Multiphoton Optics jointly
Heidelberg/Würzburg, Germany – The Würzburg based company Multiphoton Optics GmbH will become a branch office of Heidelberg Instruments Mikrotechnik GmbH,
With the MPO 100, the Deggendorf Institute of Technology is expanding its manufacturing possibilities for new sensor applications
Würzburg / Deggendorf, Germany – The Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) has placed an order for the MPO 100. Multiphoton
Zurich, Switzerland / Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Instruments Nano AG in Zurich, a subsidiary office of Heidelberg Instruments Mikrotechnik GmbH
Würzburg, Germany / Brisbane, Australia – The Australian National Fabrication Facility – Queensland Node (ANFF-Qld) based at the University of