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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25 April 2019
Giuseppe Soligno and Daniel Vanmaekelbergh developed a simulation model that reproduces the formation of these nanostructures in detail.
debye institute for nanomaterials science, Debye Visiting Chair, Joanna Aizenberg
2 April 2019
Bioinspired Materials Design Pioneer Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard University) is the 2019 Debye Visiting Chair.
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26 February 2019
Physics researcher Rembert Duine will receive 1.5 million euros from NWO for his project 'Fluid electronics'.

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29 May 2019 15:00 - 17:00
Lecture series by Debye Visiting Chair prof. Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard University)
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