Laboratory of Nanoscience for Energy Technologies

LNET aims at exploring innovative mechanisms and concepts for light harvesting, conversion and storage by exploiting non-equilibrium (ballistic) transport processes and by leveraging on strong light/solid/liquid coupling at the nanoscale.

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Welcome Elif!

Welcome Elif!

— Elif Nur Dayi starts her PhD at LNET.

Congrats Dr. Tang

Congratulations Dr. Tang!

— Dr. Tang leaves LNET to start her independent academic career at Fudan University ! Congratulations Hongyu and all the best for your new start!

New Paper Published

New paper published!

— Our new paper on plasmonic solar-powered redox cells has been published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C!


Prof. Tagliabue joins Nanophotonics Editorial Board!

— Prof. Tagliabue has joined the editorial board of Nanophotonics!


SNSF Starting Grant!

— Prof. Tagliabue has been awarded a SNSF Starting Grant to expand LNET’s research effort on hydrovoltaic devices! Read the EPFL article for more info.

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