Our laboratory’s research and education are centered around Microsystems (MEMS), Materials Science, and Nanotechnology to address engineering challenges at the mesoscopic scale. We are also investigating innovative detection methods and microdevices for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron spin resonance (ESR), ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) spectroscopy and imaging on small samples.
LMIS1 at Thermal Probe Workshop
LMIS1 has recently participated to the 7th Thermal Probe Workshop at Heidelberg Instruments Nano in Zurich. Prof. Brugger presented 30 years of hot tip nanoengineering, while Berke Erbas, PhD student at LMIS1, contributed with a poster on nanofabrication of 2D material-based devices.
LMIS1 at EPFL SMYLE Workshop 2023
Dr. Xia Liu, scientist at LMIS1, recently participated to EPFL SMYLE: "Waves, Materials and Devices" Workshop.
Nanobridge Stencil Enabling High Resolution Shaped Metallic Films
Congratulations to Dr. Yi-Chiang Sun, recently graduated former PhD student at LMIS1, for his new publication entitled "Nanobridge Stencil Enabling High Resolution Arbitrarily Shaped Metallic Thin Films on Various Substrates" in the journal "Advanced Materials Technologies"