The Centre for Molecular and Nanoscale Electronics was established at Durham University in 1987. The Centre consolidates and promotes relevant activities across a number of academic departments within the University, in particular Chemistry, Physics and the School of Engineering. Much current activity is focused on the nanoscale where dimensions and tolerances in the range 0.1 nm to 100 nm play a critical role.
For details of ongoing projects and research interests, please refer to individual staff profiles.
Contact DetailsCentre for Molecular and Nanoscale Electronics
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Welcome to Durham University's Centre for Molecular and Nanoscale Electronics.
- Dr Diogo Volpati from the University of Sao Paolo, Brazil,will be spending a year in Durham, working with Mike Petty, from October 2013.
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- New evidence (to appear in App Phys Lett) to show that metallic filaments are responsible for the operation of resistive memory devices.
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- The NASCENCE projects aims to exploit evolving nanosystems and develop new computational systems, see
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- Visit by Dr Juergen Nagel and Felix Kroschwald from the Institute of Polymer Research, Dresden. Useful discussions on nanoparticles.
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- Just returned from Spring MRS Meeting. Memories obviously a key topic, but some intriguing papers on nanoscale heat transport. Mike
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