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Solid State Physics

Solid state physics and semiconducting materials are central areas in Solid State Physics. Researchers can make semiconductor structures by controlling individual atoms, and can study their physical and electronic properties. Matters of current interest include quantum physical phenomena in nanostructures, and the development of nano-electronics and biosensors. The main areas of application are nano-electronics, nano-optics and biomedicine.

The Solid State Physics research division , its researchers, projects, and publications in Lund University's research portal.

Link to the Solid State Physics division's website

Head of Division

Dan Hessman

Email: dan [dot] hessman [at] ftf [dot] lth [dot] se (dan[dot]hessman[at]ftf[dot]lth[dot]se)