D&D3 - Low Dimensional Materials

The D&D3 project — MARLON: MARVEL Design, Discovery and Engineering of Low-Dimensional Materials and Nanostructures — is dedicated to the design or discovery of novel low-dimensional materials and nanostructures and in the engineering and integration of these into novel architectures, devices, and processes. Key assets are the computational identification of a large portfolio of  about 1'800 novel two-dimensional (2D) materials, outcome of a phase I VP2 project, exquisite control of devices based on bottom-up nanostructures in the Empa laboratory of nanotech[email protected], driven by electronic-structure simulations, and in the involvement of a new PI at ETHZ that ensures a tight integration between first-principles calculations and large-scale device modeling (Mathieu Luisier, Nano TCAD).


The project is led by Nicola Marzari.

Group Leaders

Nicola Marzari
Director
EPFL, Lausanne
Daniele Passerone
Project leader
Empa, Dübendorf
Mathieu Luisier
Project leader
ETHZ, Zürich
Alfredo Pasquarello
Group leader
EPFL, Lausanne
Clémence Corminboeuf
Project leader
EPFL, Lausanne
Roman Fasel
Group leader
Empa, Dübendorf

Member

Seyedeh Fatemeh Haddadi Givi
PhD student, D&D3
EPFL, Lausanne