The group “Physics of Nanostructures” focuses on comprehensive research of advanced nanomaterials and their nanostructures. Our core expertise is in the material design and advanced studies of the physical properties of hybrid nanostructures based on 2D materials, magnetic molecules and magnetic nanoparticles for opto-electronic, biomedical and environmental applications. Our specialty is operando optical (photoluminescence and Raman) micro-spectroscopy measurements at variable temperature and in static magnetic fields up to 14 T, as well as in high frequency magnetic fields up to 1 MHz. The common denominator of our recent research is the physical and chemical processes induced by chirality.

Are you interested in working with us?

  • Are you interested in multidisciplinary research on low-dimensional materials?
  • Do you have a passion for magnetism and superconductivity?
  • Do you have experince with laser beams and superconducting magnets?
  • Are you a team player used to the international team?
  • You might be interested in working with us.

Contact us for actual openings for postdocs and Ph.D. students.