Laboratory of Nano and Quantum Engineering - Education

Education

Activities in education:

  • Colloquium series
  • Workshop NanoDay: a one-day workshop, which shows the broad spectrum of nanotechnology of the LNQE with talks and a poster session. This annual event takes place since 2005.
  • Study course nanotechnology: bachelor course and master course at the University of Hanover.
  • PhD-programme "Hannover School for Nanotechnology".

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