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Our work featured among the most read articles in ACS Nano

Our report about realization of the first blue perovskite LEDs using layer-controlled 2D perovskites has been highlighted in ACS Nano as one of the most read articles in November 2016. Read more 


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Second Lab Opening

Thanks to the labor of the ETH technical team, the renovation of lab HCI E118/120 is finally finished on 18. April 2016. The new lab is now open for chemical synthesis and material preparation. Read more 


The LISE Group Photoshoot 2015

The LISE group portrait at the end of 2015. Read more 


Lab Opening

The first lab space for the LISE officially opened! Read more 


Lab Design Plan Approved by ETH DCHAB

The rebuilding plans and drawings associated with our first working space: D126 / D128 at the HCI building have been officially approved by ETH DCHAB.   Read more 

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Latest Publications


[Chimia] Engineering Two-dimensional Materials Surface Chemistry

Invited review article for the special issue of Chimia "New Faculty in Switzerland" Read more 


[ACS Nano] Efficient Blue Electroluminescence Using Quantum-Confined Two-Dimensional Perovskites

Layer-controlled 2D hybrid perovskites were synthesized for the first time, enabling blue LEDs. This might be the ultimate solution of low-cost, large-area light sources.   Read more 


[Adv. Colloid Interface Sci.] Understanding the colloidal dispersion stability of 1D and 2D materials: Perspectives from molecular simulations and theoretical modeling

Invited review article as a Historical Perspective in a Special Issue honoring the 90th birthday of Professor Eli Ruckenstein. Read more 


[Science] Layered and Scrolled Nanocomposites with Aligned Semi-Infinite Graphene Inclusions at the Platelet Limit

Perfectly aligned graphene inclusions may lead to the strongest nanocomposites.   Read more 


[Nano Lett.] Multiscale Analysis for Field-Effect Penetration through Two-Dimensional Materials

Our theoretical framework elucidates how transparent for an one-molecule-thick 2D material to an electrostatic field.   Read more 


[Nano Lett.] Partially-Screened Field Effect and Selective Carrier Injection at Organic Semiconductor / Graphene Heterointerface

Engineering interations between graphene and a semiconductor enables "vertical" transistors, which might be a solution to continue Moore's law after 2020.   Read more 

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