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Center for Nanostructured Graphene

CNG is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond) with a 54 mill. DKK  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

Adam Stoot, Bjarke Sørensen Jessen

Center for Nanostructured Graphene

CNG is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond) with a 54 mill. DKK  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

Center for Nanostructured Graphene

CNG is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond) with a 54 mill. DKK  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

Alexandra Boltasseva

Center for Nanostructured Graphene

CNG is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond) with a 54 mill. DKK  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

Simone Latini

Center for Nanostructured Graphene

CNG is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond) with a 54 mill. DKK  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

Hot pickup  - temperature control makes batch fabrication of 2D layers possible - new paper in Nature Communications.  

...is a two day symposium on graphene, carbon nanotubes, and other two-dimensional nanomaterials 
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NEWS

 

The future is two-dimensional

The danish newspaper, Weekendavisen, has June 17th 2016 published an article where Professor Peter Bøggild comments on graphene and other 2D materials. The article is in danish, and you can read it here.

André Gonçalves joins CNG for PhD work

Together with Prof. Nuno Peres, he is the author of the first introductory textbook on graphene plasmonics published by World Scientific. For more details, see this link.

An introduction to graphene plasmonics

Thomas Christensen receives Sapere Aude grant

 Sapere Aude (DFF-Research Talent) awarded to our former PhD student Dr. Thomas Christensen (now postdoc at MIT). Read more here.

Søren Raza receives Award

Dr. Søren Raza, is recognized by the PhD award from Danmarks Naturvidenskabelige Akademi (DNA). Read more here.

Thomas Christensen granted fellowship

Thomas Christensen has been granted a Villum Foundation fellowship for his postdoctoral work at MIT with Professor Soljačić.

Søren Raza receives Award

Søren Raza receives the DTU “Young Researcher Award”.
Read more here.

Søren Raza receives prize

Dr. Søren Raza receives the 2015 Thesis Prize for fundamental aspects by the European Physical Society. Read more here.

Peter Bøggild receives research award

On Tuesday 28 April 2015 Professor Peter Bøggild received the research award “Ingeborg og Leo Dannins Legat for Videnskabelig Forskning” in recognition of his research achievements.

N. Asger Mortensen announced by Engineer the future as finalist for "DK's sejeste ingeniør".

Professor N. Asger Mortensen from DTU Photonic is one of the six nominees for "DK's sejeste ingeniør" (The coolest engineer of Denmark). They were chosen from the 60 candidates primarily by the two criteria: their academic and personal results.

Super materials should be built as a sandwich

The danish newspaper, Politiken, has published an article where Professor Peter Bøggild comments on super materials. NB: The article is in danish, you can read it here.

N. Asger Mortensen receives Electropris
Professor N. Asger Mortensen from DTU Photonic was one of this year’s recipients of Elektrofonden’s Elektropris award. N. Asger Mortensen receives his award for his work with plasmonic structures which combines properties of electrons and photons. With the award comes a grant of 30,000 DKK.

The Prime Minister of Denmark vists DTU

On the 5th of May 2014, the Danish Prime Minister and the Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior visited DTU. Professor Peter Bøggild and PhD student Lene Gammelgaard from DTU Nanotech participated in the visit presenting the potential and applications of the new material graphene.

N. Asger Mortensen is now a member of ATV

40 prominent persons from the research community have been admitted in The Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV) among these is Professor N. Asger Mortensen from DTU Photonics. The 40 new members were received at the Academy’s annual meeting which took place on 6 May 2014.

           

 

 

 

 

EVENTS

PhD defence Nick Rübner Papior

17 march 2016 at 13.00 Nick Rübner Papior will defend his PhD thesis. The defence takes place in Building 341 aud. 22.

Title: Computational Tools and Studies of Graphene Nanostructures

PhD Defence Filip Anselm Rasmussen

4 march 2016 at 14.00 Filip Anselm Rasmussen will defend his PhD thesis. The defence takes place in Building 306 aud. 37.

Title: First Principles Calculations of Electronic Excitations in 2D Materials

PhD defence Thomas Christensen

7 december 2015 at 13:30 Thomas Christensen will defend his PhD thesis. The defence takes place in Building 341 aud. 22.

Title: From classical to quantum plasmonics in three and two dimensions

Light-Matter Interaction at the Extreme

Lecture by Prof. Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Monday, 7 December, 09:30-10:30, Lyngby Campus, bldg 341, aud. 22.
Read more here.

Novel ultra-fast and nanoscale opto-electronic phenomena in 2d material heterostructures

Lecture by Prof. Frank Koppens – ICFO, Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, 8 December 11:00-12:00, Lyngby Campus, bldg 341 aud. 22
Read more here

PhD defence Violetta Shvets

9 November 2015 at 13:00 Violetta Shvets will defend her PhD thesis. The defence takes place in Building 306 aud. 37.

Title: Polymer Masks for Nanostructuring of Graphene

Graphene Week 2016

Graphene Week 2016: 13-17 June 2016

Call for abstracts:1 November 2015
Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 2016

Early bird registration deadline: 20 March 2016
Normal registration deadline: 17 April 2016
Late registration deadline: 8 May 2016

 

PhD defence Mikkel Settnes

23 September 2015 at 13:00 Mikkel Settnes will defend his PhD thesis. The defence takes place in building 421 aud. 72.

Title: Theory of dual probes on graphene nanostructures
 

CNG 1-day seminar 2015

CNG held the annual 1-day spring seminar 20 May 2015. The seminar included scientific talks from representatives from the different work packages and involved the senior staff at CNG as well as the PhD students and postdocs. Around 50 persons participated in the seminar. 

Peter Bøggild gives invited talk for IDA FUTURE TALKS

Experience the material of the future, Graphene, which was discovered in 2004. Listen to Peter Bøggild tell about the great opportunities. Peter Bøggild will give an invited talk May 22nd 2015.

 

 

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