Teaching and inspiring new generation of students is at the core mission of any university. Our teaching activities span from courses at the bachelor and master level to practical semester projects.
Bachelor, BA5: Functional properties of materials (Fall).
Master: Properties of Semiconductors from the bulk to the nanostructure, Crystal growth by epitaxy (Spring)
For Master students enrolled at EPFL we offer the following semester projects for the Fall semester 2019 (Title, Supervisor):
‘Characterization of skyrmion-hosting materials grown by van der Waals epitaxy‘ Anna Kúkol’ová
‘Study of doping in GaAs nanowire arrays‘ Wonjong Kim
‘Growth of earth abundant films using van der Waals Epitaxy on graphene and mica‘ Rajrupa Paul
‘Characterization of earth abundant semiconductor thin films‘ Jean-Baptiste Leran
‘ Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy of novel semiconductors’ Elias Stutz
‘Selective area epitaxy of nanowires and nanowire-junctions‘ Didem Dede
‘Design and characterization of GaAs nanoscale membranes on silicon‘ Nicholas Morgan
‘Design and characterization of nanowire based heterostructures‘ Akshay Bargarkashi
If you are interested on one of the projects, please contact the supervisor directly. The projects are given on a first-come first-serve basis.