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CFP highlighted twice by IOP!

Is there a tunable gap semiconductor? With graphene it's possible! An international team of physicists, with two CFP members, have shown that bilayer graphene has an electronic gap that can be tuned controllably between zero and mid-infrared energies The discovery was recently highlighted in physicsworld.com, the electronic bulletin of the Institute of Physics (IOP). The work by another CFP member has also been highlighted by IOP. Click below for more details.

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  • Published: 2007-05-20

Physics Summer School

Every autumn, CFP in collaboration with the local Physics Department organizes a school for highly motivated young people from all over the country. During a week high-school students are engaged in an intensive learning five days course consisting of lectures and talks in the morning, guided visits to labs and a research project during the afternoon.

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  • Published: 2007-05-20