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Microsystems and nanotechnology

Expertise by research divisions

Microsystems and nanotechnology know how  by research divisions

RD Scientific research & deveopment (materials, devices and processes)
D Data processing (logging, analysis and AI)
ILA Infrastructures, labs  & analytics (operation, access)
Microsystems and nanotechnology
Solar energy
Crystalline silicon solar cells      
Thin-film solar cells (perovskite, CIGS, silicon) RD D ILA
Tandem solar cells (perovskite CIGS, perovskite silicon, silicon silicon) RD D ILA
Solar module technology      
Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV)      
Chemical energy conversion and storage
Solar hydrogen production RD D ILA
Conversion of carbon dioxide RD D ILA
Battery systems (lithium, metal-sulphur) RD D ILA
Electrodes (metal oxides, silicon) RD D ILA
Catalysts (metal oxides) RD D ILA
Quantum and Functional Materials
Control of spin-based phenomena (spintronics)      
Control of collective states (quantum magnets, supercond., ferroelectrics)      
Topological insulators      
Nanomagnetic systems      
Multiferroic materials      
Application of photons for research and development
Understanding and controlling how materials work RD D ILA
Chemical reactions at the atomic level RD D ILA
Phase transitions and switching processes RD D ILA
Optimising the conversion of light into energy RD D ILA
Optimisation of biochemical processes RD D ILA
Scientific services and key components
Synchrotron beamlines and sample environments      
Superconducting cavities and electron guns      
Precision diffraction gratings and x-ray optics      
Proton and gamma irradiation sources for radiation hardness tests      


Microsystems and nanotechnology research examples