In the nanophysics group we do experimental and theoretical research on various systems from nanometers to micron scale. Our experimental work includes fabrication, growth, and characterization of some types of nanostructures, like arrays of silicon nanowires, thin films, and nanoparticles. On the theoretical side we perform calculations and computer simulations of vacuum electronic devices, of perovskite based solar cells, of spin and charge transport and of excitons in semiconductor heterostructures, and in particular in core-shell nanowires. We also work with models of topological insulators.

Open PhD Positions

Two PhD positions in computational physics are available at the Nanophysics Center, Reykjavik University (NCRU). The candidates should have a solid background in quantum mechanics, statistical physics, electromagnetism, applied mathematics, and computer programming. A Master’s degree in physics or related sciences is mandatory. Click here for details.

The viking boat powered by perovskite solar cells

Success story: High photoconductive oxide films functionalized with GeSi nanoparticles for environmental applications (PhotoNanoP)

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