The Theoretical Nanoelectronics group headed by Professor Mads Brandbyge is focused on theory and simulation of electronic transport properties of nano-sized devices based on atomistic descriptions.
The Theoretical NanoElectronics group is closely connected to the Theoretical Nanotechnology group and part of the center for nanostructured graphene (CNG). We work on common projects, have group meetings together and combine our research and teaching efforts.
Current topics of interest include:
- Molecular electronics.
- Combined electron and heat transport of semi-conducting nanosystems.
- Nanoelectronics of carbon based systems (eg. graphene antidot lattices, carbon chains, carbon nanotube devices).
- Electron-phonon interactions, inelastic transport, and heating in atomic-scale conductors.
- Predicting the stability of molecular conductors in the precense of current.
For a full list of available student projects, please go to the specified page.
Figure: Different systems related to some of the current research topics. a+b) Graphene antidot lattices and the localization of states at the edges of the nanoperforation. c) Potential drop across and current-driven runaway-mode of a carbon chain between two graphene leads. d) Potential drop across a C60 molecule between two gold contacts.
Also check out some of the additional topic descriptions on the Theoretical Nanotechnology group site.
The list below shows our current and former group members. For contact information please go to the specified page.
Professor Mads Brandbyge (group leader)
Postdoc Tue Gunst
Postdoc Daniele Stradi
Postdoc Kristen Kaasbjerg
Ph.D.-student Nick Rübner Papior
Ph.D.-student Jesper Toft Falkenberg
Industrial Ph.D.-student Mattias Lau Nøhr Palsgaard
Ph.D.-student Gaetano Calogero
|Rasmus Bjerregaard Christensen
Hâldun Sevinçli, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
Jing-Tao Lü, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Søren Ulstrup, Aarhus University, DK
Thomas Frederiksen, DIPC, San Sebastian, Spain
Magnus Paulsson, Kalmar University, Sweden
Mohammad Koleini, Karlsruhe University, Germany
Troels Markussen, Department of Physics, DTU
Joachim Fürst, Deloitte Business Consulting, DK
Mads Engelund, QuantumWise A/S, DK
A full list of publications by our group members can be found here.