The Condensed Matter and Interfaces group centres on the chemistry and physics of solids and interfaces. It involves the synthesis of semiconductor nanostructures with controlled dimensions and the self-assembly of such building blocks into more complex architectures (quantum-dot molecules and solids).

Condensed Matter and Interfaces is part of the Debye Institute at the Utrecht University.

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14 September 2017
Project proposals of Aletta Kraneveld, Peter van der Sluijs and Andries Meijerink have been granted by the Innovatiefonds Chemie
Metaal-halfgeleider-metaalovergang in een enkel grafeen nanolint
25 July 2017
Researchers at Utrecht University, TU Delft and Aalto University found a chemical pathway to incorporate electronic components in single graphene wires
Onderzoeker Ingmar Swart, rechts, in het lab
25 April 2017
Physicists at Utrecht University have created a ‘quantum simulator’; a model system to study theoretical prognoses for a whole new class of materials.

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