In our group, we study nanostructures such as single-molecule break junctions, biological nanowires and 2D-material-related applications. There have been many students who successfully finished their graduation projects and publish their results in scientific journals.
Below you can find some available student projects:
1. Single-molecule conductance in liquids (Luca)
2. Transport through Graphene and Graphene nanoribbons contacted by superconducting nano-electrodes(Damian, MEP, studying other nanoparticles is possible)
3. Simulating electron transport through superconducting point and tunneling contacts(Damian, BEP or short Casimir rotation project, simulating models and fitting data)
AND MORE…! There are more projects not listed here.
We are always looking for motivated students to do their projects in our group. If you have are interested in doing a project in our lab or want to find out more details about potential projects, please contact Prof. van der Zant or one of our group members for potential open student projects.