The Interface Physics group uses various types of Scanning Probe Microscopy, Surface X-Ray Diffraction, and other techniques to investigate the structure and dynamic behavior of surfaces and interfaces. Most of the special-purpose instruments used in this research are home-built. Topics that we are working on at present include catalysis, nanotribology, deposition of graphene and other thin films,and nanobiology. Click on any of the items below to find out more. Click here to get a general introduction into Scanning Probe Microscopy.
|Live catalysis||Friction on the atomic scale|