Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
PLV VIII: Plenarvortrag
Mittwoch, 3. April 2019, 14:00–14:45, H1
Physics and applications of nanomembranes: A fantastic voyage through disciplines — •Oliver G. Schmidt — Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, Leibniz IFW Dresden, Germany
Nanomembranes are thin, flexible, transferable and can be shaped into unique 3D micro- and nanoarchitectures. This makes them attractive for various scientific disciplines and application scenarios ranging from flexible magnetoelectronics and strainable quantum photonic devices to unique 3D microsystems for functional deployment both on and off the chip.
If assembled into microtubes, rolled-up nanomembranes represent cylindrical microobjects with intriguing optical, plasmonic, electronic and magnetic properties. These lead to exciting application potential in 3D electronics and photonics, sensorics and energy storage units. As off-chip components rolled-up microtubes address novel biophysical and biomedical applications such as biomimetic microelectronics and powerful self-propelling microautonomous systems. Based on these concepts, cellular cyborg machinery is put forth as a new scheme for targeted drug delivery and reproduction technologies.