We have developed a wide variety of experimental
techniques in our lab. Traditionally, we focus on the measurement
of small currents, innovative scanning probe techniques, and
ultra-high vacuum techniques. We were among the first to publish
computer controlled algorithms to control scanning probe microscopes,
to explore the capability of scanning probe microscopes to function
as nanotools, to map the adhesion of substrates, to measure
the electronic conductance of organic molecules, and to study
the properties of metal nanoclusters deposited on substrates.
This work is detailed in our publications.
From this page, you can learn more about the experimental techniques
that we use.