The seventeenth NanoDay of LNQE in Hannover

The annual NanoDay of the Laboratory for Nano and Quantum Engineering in Hannover took place on Thursday 30 September 2021. The latest research results from the interdisciplinary working groups in the field of nanotechnology will be presented in nine lectures.

This year the NanoDay took place as a video conference with WebEx meetings.

Program of the NanoDay 2021

08:45 Log in

09:00 Start & Welcome

09:05 - 10:20 Session I

  • Metal-organic frameworks as selective sensor materials for gases
    Andreas Schaate
    Institute of Inorganic Chemistry

  • Interlayer Configurations and Properties of Self-Assembled Folded Graphene
    Lina Bockhorn
    Institute for Solid State Physics, Group Haug

  • Multi-Source Energy-Harvesting
    Lars-Christian Kähler
    Institute of Microelectronic Systems, Group Wicht

10:20 - 10:40 Break

10:40 - 11:55 Session II

  • Control of calcium carbonate crystallization by polymer additives
    Maxim Gindele
    Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Group Gebauer

  • Development of semiconductor entangled photon sources for quantum networks
    Jingzhong Yang
    Institute for Solid State Physics, Group Ding

  • Quantum computing: Putting quantum coins into tiny microwaves
    Ludwig Krinner
    Institute for Experimental Quantum Metrology, Group Ospelkaus

11:55 - 12:15 Break

12:15 – 13:30 Session III

  • Patterning of 3D Nanoparticle-Based Aerogel-Like Networks for Photoelectrochemical Applications
    Franziska Lübkemann
    Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Group Bigall

  • Quantum phases in spinor Bose-Einstein condensates
    Fabian Anders
    Institute for Quantum Optics, Group Klempt

  • How to make nanosheets glow: An innovative route to photoluminescent colloidal 2D TMDs
    André Frauendorf1 and André Niebur2
    1 Institute for Solid State Physics, Group Oestreich
    2 Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Group Lauth

13:30 Closing