work hard, play hard
"In parvitate immensitas"
Courtesy of Jill Miwa (...drawn during a training
"3D-AFM topography in tapping
mode, of as-deposited barium titanate mesostructures (~300nm lateral size
and ~55 nm in height) on platinum coated silicon (100) substrates. The
"INRS-NFL" logo was realized by a combination of nanostenciling
and pulsed laser deposition at room-temperature.
Nanostenciling emerged as a versatile alternative approach for surface
nanostructuring and patterning. Structures with various shapes and sizes
can be positioned very accurately by physical vapor depositions through
miniature masks (nanostencil). Predefined architectures are realized in
free-standing membranes and directly replicated on a substrate of choice.
The process can be performed in high and ultrahigh vacuum and employed
for a wide range of materials combination (metals, semiconductors, complex
oxides, organic material). Our group logo presented in the image above,
covers a total area of 20 x 17 microns, and basically can be "printed"
several times on the circumference of a human hair (~80microns in diam)."
C.V.Cojocaru, C. Harnagea, A. Pignolet and F.
Welcome to the home page of Prof.
FEDERICO ROSEI’s research group. The NANO(meter)-FEMTO(second)
LAB (NFL) project was set up in May 2002
with the aim of investigating surface phenomena at the very atomistic
scale. The NFL task and interests consist in the understanding of
the fundamental processes that govern nano-scaled systems, and in
the development and exploitation of the startling properties of
nano-structured materials for diverse applications.
The work carried out at NFL has been reviewed in several popular
press articles as well as in feature magazines...
Mentoring is becoming increasingly important for students...
Warnings about the present Professor F. Rosei website…
If you are looking for the Professor Rosei who is studying catalysts
and catalysis dynamics… well sorry, you are visiting the wrong