Contact

Coordinator
PD Dr. Peter Zahn

Phone: +49 351 260 3121
E-mail: nanonet@hzdr.de

Spokesperson
PD Dr. Artur Erbe

Phone: +49 351 260 2366
E-mail: a.erbe@hzdr.de

Deputy spokesperson
Prof. Dr. Gianaurelio Cuniberti

Phone: +49 351 463 31414
E-mail: g.cuniberti@tu-dresden.de

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News

17.11.2017
The Hamburger Wissenschaftspreis 2017 will go to Xinliang Feng (cfAED) and Klaus Müllen (MPI Mainz).
Press release in German

15.11.2017
A Recognition Award to the Lehrpreis 2017 of TU Dresden went to Prof. Jordan and an interdisciplinary team from Chemistry, Electrical Engineering and Career Service Center of TU Dresden.
More info (in German)

2017-10-05
Soft Skills courses at TUD Graduate Academy announced.
Technical courses for winter term listed here.

2017-09-18
Slides of Prof. Jordan's lecture 'From Self-Assembled Monolayers to Polymer Brushes - Part I - SAMs' are available here (PDF, 5 MB).

2017-08-16/18
NanoNet Annual Workshop, near Dresden

Persulfurated Coronene: A New Generation of 'Sulflower',
JACS 139, 2168-2171 (2017)

Events

2017-11-06
NanoNet PhD-Seminar 2017-2, HZDR

2017-12-07
IPMS Industry Partner Day, Dresden

2018-03-11/16
DPG Spring Meeting, Berlin

2018-03-19
cfaed Symposium 2018, ICC, Dresden

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Acknowledgment

The IHRS NanoNet is funded by the Initiative and Networking Fund of the Helmholtz Association (VH-KO-606).

Location

The City of Dresden

The IHRS NanoNet is located in Dresden, the capital of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. The city of Dresden is characterized by a unique scientific and technological environment, with an excellent cluster of academic research institutions and hosting the largest microelectronics cluster in Europe. The city is well known by its excellent quality of life, with its citizens enjoying world-famous art and a vibrant cultural scene. For information on the city of Dresden, please visit the official web site of the city or Wikipedia.

Detailed information about moving to and living in Dresden can be found here.


Scientific and technological environment

The unique scientific environment of Dresden is propelled by the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), the largest university of Saxony, characterized by a long tradition for academic excellence. The local outstanding cluster of academic research institutions includes 3 Max Planck Institutes, 2 Leibniz Institutes, 12 Fraunhofer Institutes, and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf. Synergies in research and education between the TUD and the research institutions in Dresden are further developed and used by the founded alliance DRESDEN-concept (Dresden Research and Education Synergies for the Development of Excellence and Novelty).

The Dresden region hosts Europe’s largest microelectronics cluster concentrating commercial enterprises in a variety of fields including micro-, nano- and organic electronics. The collaboration between companies and research institutions is fostered by initiatives such as the leading-edge cluster Cool Silicon and the network of microelectronics industry Silicon Saxony.

The strong research activities in micro and nanoelectronics, materials and natural sciences, and electronic systems at the TU Dresden and its DRESDEN-concept partners have brought together more than 55 outstanding researchers in the Cluster of Excellence "Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden" (cfAED) to address the advancement of electronic information processing systems.