Basel Universität

Welcome to the Nanolino Lab
at the Department of Physics, University of Basel!


Our research interest focuses on the structure of insulating surfaces, molecular layers on surfaces, nanotribology, and instrumental development of force microscopy.

Latest News

New PhD student
2022-03-31

Gema Navarro recently started her PhD with us. She will work on the electrospray deposition of large molecules in UHV and investigate their assemblies by SPM techniques.
New PhD student
2022-02-21

Akash Gupta started his PhD with us. He will work on characterization of Si-Ge nanowires and fin FET transistors by pendulum Atomic Force Microscopy.
New PhD student
2022-02-14

Shuyu Huang started her PhD with us. She will work on nanotribology properties of 2D materials.
New PhD student
2022-01-17

Outhmane Chahib started his PhD with us. He will work on 2D materials investigation by LT-STM/AFM.
New Post doc started with us last week
2021-10-11

Chao Li joined us last week. He will work on molecules with spin on superconductors materials.
Congratulations to Carl Drechsel
2021-07-02
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June 28th, 2021, Carl Drechsel succesfully defended his PhD thesis "Atomic and Molecular Adsorption on Superconducting Pb as Basis for the Realization of Qubits"

New Publications in Beilstein Journal of Nanoscience
2021-07-02
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The article "Influence of electrospray deposition on C60 molecular assemblies" by Antoine Hinaut et al was published in
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2021, 12, 552–558.
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Cover in Angewandte Chemie (International Edition)
2021-06-30
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Head-to-Tail Oligomerization by Silylene-Tethered Sonogashira Coupling on Ag(111)
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PhD thesis position available in Physics
2021-06-02

A PhD position is available in the Nanolino group. The topic is related to low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy to probe quantum phenomena in single molecules and nanographene on metallic, insulating and superconductive surfaces.

If interested, please send your CV to ernst.meyer@unibas.ch
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Second edition of "Scanning Probe Microscopy: The Lab on a Tip"
2021-06-01
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The second edition of "Scanning Probe Microscopy: The Lab on a Tip"is published. The book authorship is shared by Professor Ernst Meyer, Professor Roland Bennewitz and Professor Hans J Hug.
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