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Switzerland (6)

 

Laboratoire de Photonique et Interfaces (Grätzel's group) 
Affiliation : 
Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne
Research Activities :
Properties of colloidal aggregates and particulate suspensions. Photochemistry and photophysics of nano-structured molecular solids. Development of specific biosensors. Colloid chemistry and preparation of thin films. Nanocrystalline solar cells and photoelectrochemistry.
The Titania solar cell was invented at EPFL by Professor Michael Grätzel. Two excellent brochures available online describe the work principle of those devices: Nanocrystalline Electrochromic Devices  and Dye Sensitized Solar Cells based on nanocrystalline films 
The page provide links to research programs and group publications and PhD thesis since 1993
Baiker group
Affiliation : Laboratory of Technical Chemistry, ETH Zurich
Research Activities :
Catalysis and Chemical reaction engineering
Materials science end engineering department
Affiliation : Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausane
Research Activities : The department is constitued by 8 laboratories: Composite & Polymer technology, Powder Technology, Building materials, Mechanical Metallurgy, Metallurgical Chemistry, Ceramics, Physical Metallurgie and Polymers. Sol-gel and nanomaterials are part of the research activities in Ceramics and Polymer lab.
Ceramics Laboratory
Affiliation :
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Research Activities :
Processing of functional ceramics (bulk, composites, thick and thin films). Design, fabrication, evaluation and modeling of micro-electro-mechanical devices with active layers, such as pyroelectric micro-sensors, piezoelectric micro-actuators. Evaluation of functional properties of ceramics in a wide range of temperatures and frequencies. Structure-property relationship in electro-ceramics (ferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, pyroelectrics and microwave dielectrics).
Ceramics group  
Affiliation : Nom metallic Inorganic Materials, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Research Activities : Processing of nanosized particles, Colloidal chemistry and ceramics processing group Microstructuring of oxide surfaces, Direct coagulation casting, Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, Microfabrication of Ceramics
Soft Condensed Matter group  
Affiliation : Physics Department of the University of Fribourg
Research Activities : Colloidal suspensions, Micelles & Micro emulsions, Biological systems

 

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