Atomic Scale Physics
Artificial designer materials
Electronic properties of metal-organic frameworks
Atomically well-defined graphene nanoribbons
|name||position||current position (initial position after Aalto)|
|Benjamin Alldritt||PhD 2022||Bluefors|
|Shawulienu Kezilebieke||post-doc / research fellow 2014-2021||Professor, University of Jyväskylä|
|Nurul Huda||PhD 2021||Bluefors|
|Anna-Maija Valtavirta||MSc 2019||Murata Electronics|
|Ilona Pohjavirta||MSc 2019||Vaisala|
|Avijit Kumar||post-doc 2014-17||Assistant professor, IIT Bhubaneswar, India|
|Kaustuv Banerjee||PhD 2017||IMEC, Belgium|
|Amina Kimouche||post-doc 2014-16||University of Potsdam (earlier Beatriu de Pinos postdoctoral fellowship, ICN2, Barcelona)|
|Fabian Schulz||PhD 2016||post-doc, Fritz-Haber Institute, Berlin (earlier IBM Zurich Research Laboratory)|
|Robert Drost||PhD 2016||Bluefors (post-doc, Max-Planck Institute, Stuttgart)|
|Päivi Järvinen||PhD 2015||Neste (earlier Bain & Company and Picosun)|
|Sampsa Hämäläinen||PhD 2014||Accenture|
The Atomic Scale Physics research group is located in Nanotalo and operates three low-temperature, ultra-high vacuum (UHV), scanning probe microscopes that are housed at the Aalto Nanomicroscopy center.
The Createc LT-STM/AFM operates at a low temperature (T = 5 K) and it is optimized for simultaneous AFM and STM experiments on the same atomic location - more details at https://www.aalto.fi/en/department-of-applied-physics/uhv-scanning-probe-microscopes.
The Unisoku USM-1300 is designed for temperatures down to 300 mK and ultra-high vacuum to perform STM and spin-polarized STM experiments in an external magnetic field of up to 11 T - more details at https://www.aalto.fi/en/department-of-applied-physics/uhv-scanning-probe-microscopes.
The Createc LT-STM/AFM operates at a low temperature (T = 5 K) and the same UHV setup houses X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and low-energy electron diffraction (LEED) setups - more details at https://www.aalto.fi/en/department-of-applied-physics/uhv-scanning-probe-microscopes.