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NanoManufacturing

Michael De Volder, Engineering Department - IfM

Welcome

Welcome to Prof Michael De Volder's research group webpage. Our activities focus on the development of technologies to structure advanced materials into well defined superstructures. At the micro and nanoscale, we seek to understand fundamentally how controlling material structure impacts device performance and on the macro scale how these advanced structures can be manufactured at scale. One main application we are focusing on, is the development of better batteries to fight climate change and energy poverty. In addition, the processes and material architectures developed by our research group also apply to sensors, photonic materials, thermal management systems and water filtration. In our work we make extensive use of lithography, microfluidics and roll-to-roll processing.

 








Latest news

We are hiring!

4 January 2021

We are seeking to hire a research assistant to work on carbon nanotube based microdevices. More information is available here: www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/28202/

We are Hiring!

4 January 2021

We are seeking to hire a postdoc researcher to work on the structuring of Li-ion battery electrodes. More information is available here: www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/28197/

We are Hiring!

5 February 2020

We are seeking to hire a postdoc researcher to work on the development and structuring of Li-ion battery cathodes. More information is available here: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/25090/

We are hiring more Postdocs!

5 July 2018

We are hiring a postdoc to work on advanced nanomaterials. More info: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BCW898/research-assistant-associate-in-nanotec...

Dr Jung-Tae Lee has joined our group

5 July 2018

Dr Jung-Tae lee joins our group from MIT to work on Li-Ion batteries.