About

At the Debye Institute for Nanomaterial(s) Science, chemistry and physics meet to study the properties of materials at the nanoscale. We specifically focus on three themes: Catalysis, Colloid Science and Nanophotonics.
The institute is named in honour of a true pioneer of the physical chemistry / chemical physics field: Dutch scientist and Nobel laureate Peter Debye (1884-1966).

Contact

Manager
Dianne Ickenroth Phone: +31 30 253 1122
E-mail: d.p.m.ickenroth@uu.nl

Secretariat:
Linda Kumeling Phone: +31 30 253 4743
E-mail: science.dins@uu.nl

 

News

Professor Wolfgang Ketterle
27 September 2017
Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle (MIT, Nobel Prize in Physics 2001) will give a lecture titled: New forms of matter near absolute zero temperature.
14 September 2017
Project proposals of Aletta Kraneveld, Peter van der Sluijs and Andries Meijerink have been granted by the Innovatiefonds Chemie
Nicolaas Bloembergen
7 September 2017
Nicolaas Bloembergen, who passed away this week, studied Physics at Utrecht University
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Events

27
Sep
27 September 2017 16:00 - 17:30
Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle (MIT, Nobel Prize in Physics 2001) will give a lecture titled: New forms of matter near absolute zero temperature.
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