Collaborating to Study Interfaces in Miniaturised Materials – SFB 1083

Nov 16, 2018 | engineering and tech, physical sciences

About this episode

Creating technologies from multiple materials with different physical properties can be hugely beneficial, but the process doesn’t come without its challenges. As we fabricate new devices, an understanding of the physics occurring at the interfaces where different miniaturised materials meet is now crucial, but seriously lacking. Based at Philipps-Universität Marburg, the Collaborative Research Centre SFB 1083 is a wide collaboration of researchers at institutions across Germany, who are tackling the diverse range of problems involved with these interfaces.


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