The research group Physics of Nanostructured Materials (group speaker Jani Kotakoski) is part of the research focus Complex Nanoscale Matter of the Faculty of Physics. The group studies the fundamental physics of novel materials under dimensional constraints as well as novel low-dimensional materials. This includes investigations of their formation, structural evolution and of the physics of their unique properties. Multiscale phenomena of metals, alloys and polymers with micro/nanocrystalline structures, as well as carbon nanostructures including graphene membranes are in the focus of research. The research group comprehensively tackles structure-property relationships, physical mechanisms of complex defect configurations and their interactions. Systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium including micro/nanocrystalline, disordered and glassy structures are investigated. The three research focuses of the group are Complex Systems and Hybrid Materials, Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Materials.

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20.03.2018 17:30
 

Tuesday March 20, 2018, 17:30

Lise Meitner Auditory, 1st Floor, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Vienna

 

19.01.2018 13:15
 

Rolf Erni: Nucleation and growth of matter studied by in-situ (S)TEM

Friday January 19, 2018, 13:15

Erwin Schrödinger Auditory, 5th Floor, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Vienna

 

04.12.2017
 

Thomson Reuters annual list of highly cited researchers shows Jannik Meyer in 2017 again as one of the worldwide researchers who made contemporary...

01.09.2017
 

ERC Starting Grant for Toma Susi

Toma Susi has been awarded the prestigious ERC Starting Grant to pursue atomically precise manipulation by using an electron beam. Congratulations!

 

26.06.2017 10:00
 

Workshop: Atomic diffusion processes

Atomic diffusion processes and their impact to structures and properties of nanomateials

16.06.2017
 

Graphen-"Sandwich" mit rotierenden Molekülen

Materialforscher um Jannik Meyer haben eine neue Hybridstruktur hergestellt: Bei den Buckyball-Sandwiches liegt eine einzelne Lage Fulleren-Moleküle...