We employ electron beam lithography, UV lithography, etching and deposition methods to fabricate quantum devices from two-dimensional materials such as graphene.
We use liquid helium cryostats equipped with superconducting magnets to cool our quantum devices to temperatures below 4.2 Kelvin.
In a magnetic field near absolute zero, we study the exotic behavior of electrons in the quantum world with microwave radiation.
Nanostructures (www.CHyN.de) of the University of Hamburg. We are located on the Science Campus in Hamburg-Bahrenfeld as direct neighbors of DESY, the German Electron Synchrotron.