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  • The activities of the NanoSil group can be tracked back to the origin of LPICM, motivated by the production of hydrogenated amorphous silicon by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition and its application to PIN solar cells.

  • OLAE Printed organic and large area devices have numerous advantages such as low cost of production, ease of design, light-weight deploy- ment, and exibility.

  • NANOMADE NanoMaDe’s research topics cover the synthesis of nanomaterials and the development of innovative nanodevices for electronics, en- ergy, health, and environmental applications.

  • AOP

    Polarimetry and its applications & Near- eld Raman spectroscopy


  • 28 March
    Seminar : Prof. Susumu Yoshikawa from Kyoto University ; Current development of flexible organic solar cells in Japan
  • 29 March
    Prof. Kawai from NAIST, presents Development of Highly Sensitive Photoresponsive Materials and Air-Stable n-Type Thermoelectric Carbon Nanotubes
  • 05 April
    Seminar : Thomas A. Germer from NIST - USA ; Characterizing materials with scattering ellipsometry

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