At the nanoscale, electronic materials can develop size-dependent properties due to quantum-confinement effects. This is the case for semiconductor nanocrystals, also known as quantum dots. To be used as an active layer in a device, quantum dots need to be assembled to form macroscopic solids. Emanuele Marino investigates methods to control the assembly of quantum dots into closely packed and reproducible superstructures.
|Date||1 March 2019|
|Time||10:00 - 11:00|