LNET

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.

Next Appointments

Invited talk at iSPN 2019 (Kobe)

— Prof. Tagliabue will give an invited talk at The International Symposyum on Plasmonics and Nano-photonics 2019 in Kobe (11-14.11.19)

Invited talk at TNTN 2020 (Berlin)

— Prof. Tagliabue will give an invited talk at Workshop on Theoretical and Numerical Tools for Nanophotonics in Berlin (12-14.02.20)

Invited talk at SPIE Photonics Europe 2020 (Strasbourg)

— Prof. Tagliabue will give an invited talk at SPIE Photonics Europe 2020 in Strasbourg (29.03-02.04)

Latest News

Jiaming Ma

Welcome Jiaming!

— Jiaming Ma joins LNET as a PhD student.

Ren-Jie Lin

Welcome Ren-Jie!

— Ren-Jie Lin joins LNET as a PhD student.

New Paper Published

New paper published!

— New paper on transport of hot carriers in plasmonic nanostructures published on Physical Review Materials.

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