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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 20: Focus Session: Young Semiconductor Forum

HL 20.3: Hauptvortrag

Dienstag, 19. März 2024, 10:30–11:00, EW 203

Nanotextured Surfaces Based on DNA — •Irina Martynenko and Tim Liedl — Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU), Department Physics, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 Munich, Germany

A longstanding goal of material scientists is to fabricate functional materials in which nanoscale objects are precisely positioned on macroscale surfaces. This can be achieved by a combination of bottom-up techniques, such as molecular self-assembly of DNA origami, and top-down lithographic methods. Through DNA origami placement (DOP) on lithographically patterned surfaces a variety of nanoscale components such as organic dyes, proteins or nanoparticles, have already been patterned on large-scale arrays [1, 2]. However, any DOP methods developed so far were limited to two-dimensional DNA origami structures and thus resulted in flat patterns and arrays only. Here we extend DOP to the third dimension through positioning of three-dimensional DNA origami onto nanometer-precise patterns over micro- and even millimeter scales [3]. We demonstrate that our method can produce surfaces nanotextured with three-dimensional hybrid DNA-silica structures with controllable heights up to 50 nm and a feature size down to ~ 6 nm. We believe that the presented strategy can be used for the assembly of a wide range of materials from metals and semiconductors to functional biomolecules arranged in virtually any three-dimensional geometry on large-scale substrates.

[1] R. Kershner, Nat Nanotechnol (2009) [2] A. Gopinath, et al., Nature (2016) [3] I. Martynenko et al., Nat Nanotechnol (2023)

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