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NanoNet+ Annual Workshop 2021

The Annual Workshop of the International Helmholtz Research School (IHRS) for Nanolectronic Networks (NanoNet) and the Department of Nanoelectronics of HZDR was held at the Hotel Neue Höhe in Neuklingenberg on September 21-23, 2021.
The topic was Nanoelectronics and 2D Materials.


More impressions from the NanoNet+ workshop 2021 can be found in the Picture Gallery.
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Keynote speakers

NanoNet Portrait Tobias Koenig

Dr. Tobias König

Independent Junior Research Group Leader, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung (IPF) Dresden, Germany

  • Field: Colloidal Nanophotonics
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  • Lecture: Functional optical surfaces by colloidal self-assembly

NanoNet Portrait Canovas, Dr. Enrique

Dr. Enrique Canovas

Centre for Nanomaterials, IMDEA Nanociencia Madrid, Spain

  • Field: Nanotechnology
  • Homepage: Nano PV, IMDEA Nanociencia,
  • Lecture: Carrier dynamics in semiconductors studied by time resolved terahertz spectroscopy

NanoNet Portrait Jonas Verges

Jonas Vergés

Research and Development Engineer, Heidelberg Instruments Nano AG, Zurich, Switzerland

  • Field: Thermal Scanning Probe Lithography
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  • Lecture: NanoFrazor - A Nanolithography Tool for Advanced Nanodevices

NanoNet Portrait Sven Barth

Dr. Sven Barth

Physics Institute, University Frankfurt

  • Field: GeSn Nanowires
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  • Lecture: Ge-based Nanowires with Metastable Composition: Hyper-Doping and Alloy Formation

Contributed Talks

  • Arora, Dr. Himani, Highly Stable Field-Effect Devices Based on Air-Sensitive 2D Materials
  • Echresh, Ahmad, Size-dependent electrical characteristics of highly doped germanium nanowires using Hall bar configuration
  • Fekri, Zahra, Modification of charge transport in single layer MoS2
  • Jagtap, Nagesh, Top-down Fabrication of Silicon Nanophotonic Structures by Metal Assisted Chemical Etching (MACEtch) for Hosting Single-Photon Emitters
  • Kemper, Ulrich, DNA mold-based fabrication of palladium nanostructures
  • Kiriy, Dr. Anton, Self-Replication of Deeply Buried Doped Silicon Structures, which Remotely Control the Etching Process: A New Method for Forming a Silicon Pattern from the Bottom-up
  • Krause, Dr. Matthias, Advanced analysis and unconventional fabrication approaches for thin films and 2D materials
  • Lungwitz, Frank, Tantalum-Doped SnO2 as Selective Transmitter for High-Temperature Solar Thermal Power Plants
  • Nguyen Le, Ahn, OFET biosensors based on stretchable semiconducting polymer: a proof-of-concept application in COVID-19 pandemic
  • Samano, Prof. Dr. Enrique, DNA-based nanostructures for electronic applications

Student Award / Talks / Posters

The Student Award honours the best presentation of a young scientist.
Winner of the First Prize is Zahra Fekri from HZDR, the Second Prize went to Anh Nguyen Le (HZDR), the Third Prize to Sayantan Ghosh (HZDR).
Next in the ranking were Ahmad Echresh, Phanish Chava, and Aleyna Akcay (all HZDR).

Program, Abstracts, and Hand-outs

The complete Abstract Booklet can be downloaded here ( 5,6 MB ).
Printed copies will be provided at the conference venue.
Please, consider the environment before printing.
The scientific program will start after lunch on Tuesday, and will run until Thursday lunch time.
The Agenda is available here.
At arrival, we will organize a bus shuttle from station Klingenberg-Colmnitz at 10:45 am.
At departure, a bus shuttle will be available after lunch around 1:30 pm.
The complete lists of Talks and Posters are available.


An excursion to the Botanical Garden of TU Dresden at Tharandt will give us the chance to admire North America, and other botanical curiosities. The bus will start at the hotel on Wednesday at 4:00 pm. sharp.

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Participation in the workshop program and the Annual Meeting was by invitation only.

This workshop is organized by the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks (IHRS NanoNet) and the Department Nanoelectronics of HZDR.