Eva Weig has taken up a Chair for Nano and Quantum Sensing at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Please check out the chair's website for further information!
Eva Weig delivers SFB 767 Festkolloquium "Controlling Nanomechanical Systems: Back to the future"
Juliane Doster wins 2nd prize of the Nano Picture Contest at the Final Symposium of the SFB 767 for her image "Bursted Nanopillar".
On July 25, Katrin Gajo successfully defended her PhD dissertation entitled: "Intrinsic and nonlinear coupling of nanomechanical SiN string resonators"
Nanopillar sensor on the cover of Nano Letters
Ultraflexible nanopillars can be used to probe forces exerted by living cells and to track their motion.
Our paper was highlighted on the cover of Nano Letters today.
Max Seitner wins Nano Award 2017
At the Dies Academicus 2017, Dr. Max Seitner was awarded the Nano Award of the University of Konstanz Society (UGK e.V.) for extraordinary research in the fields of nanotechnology and nanoanalytics. Congratulations!!
Please check out the university´s ***video clip*** introducing the laureate and his field of research.
Foundations and Applications of Nanomechanics
Advanced School and Workshop on the Foundations and Applications of Nanomechanics at ICTP Trieste co-organized by Eva Weig
Links: http://indico.ictp.it/event/7991/, http://indico.ictp.it/event/8169/
H2020 FET Proactive HOT
Proud to embark on exciting research within the FET Proactive project “Hybrid Optomechanical Systems (HOT)“
H2020 Marie Curie-Skłodowska ITN OMT
Kickoff of the European Training Network “Optomechanical Technologies”