Online applications for the winter term 2022/2023 are open for EU students from July 15th, 2022, until August 31st, 2022.
Nano-Seminar on July 13th at 5 PM. Amr Farrag speaks about "Optical Kerr shutters for the investigation of ultrafast emission dynamics of single emitters"
Welcome meeting and Q&A for incoming international students on October 7, from 10 to 12 AM. Here the Zoom link
We kindly invite you to the annual evaluation meeting of the master degree program Nanoscience and Nanotechnology scheduled for
May, 4th 2022 at 4:00 p.m in room H-C 5326. Here also the Zoomlink
Join our presentations of our English-speaking master's degree programs via zoom from Tuesday to Thursday 29.-31. March 2022. Please find detailed information and the links to the sessions here
Please find details on the examinations period of Winter Term 2021/22 here
Campus Step-by-Step for incoming international students. Here the link
New nano mailing list. If interested please subscribe here!
Amendment of the examination rules for students starting in the Winter Term 2021. See Documents section for details.
Nanoscience and nanotechnology involve different areas of physics, chemistry and engineering. For instance, nanoscience includes chemical preparation of nano-scale compounds and their characterization by physical methods, while nano-technology is related to devices, i.e. nano-electronics and photonic devices based on nano-scale structures. This requires a highly interdisciplinary approach, which is reflected in the research activity of the following groups at the University of Siegen.
- Chemistry and Structure of Novel Materials
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Inorganic Materials Chemistry
- Macromolecular Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- High-Frequency Technology and Quantum-Electronics
- Graphene-based Nanotechnology
- Analogue Circuits and Image Sensors
Interdisciplinary Research Centres and Programs
- Centre for Sensor Systems (ZESS)
- Centre for Micro- and Nanochemistry and Engineering (Cµ)
- DFG Research Training Group 1564 “Imaging New Modalities”
Facilities and Experimental Methods
- Electron microscopy (SEM, EDX, WDX, ESEM, TEM)
- Scanning probe microscopy (STM, AFM)
- Light microscopy
- Chemistry labs (wet, solid-state, ...)
- Spectroscopy (liquid, solid-state NMR, UV, VIS, RAMAN, IR, ESR, luminescence)
- Diffraction and scattering (X-ray, electron, DLS and SLS)
- Processing (PVD, CVD, etching, lithography, FIB)
- Thermal analysis (DSC, DTA, TG)