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EOS-CHARMING partners from University of Antwerp co-author letter to the editor of Nature Nanotechnology on the use of carbon nanotubes.Click
EOS-CHARMING 1st plenary meeting and workshop on 18th Nov. 2019.Read the programme at: http://meetings.b-phot.org/index.php/programme/
Europe has invested 1 billion into graphene. But for what? Click here to read the PDF
Dr. Tigran Baghdasaryan and Dr. David Castello-Lurbe, both co-supervisors in our EOS-CHARMING project,obtained their prestigious Research Foundation-Flanders senior postdoc fellowships.https://www.fwo.be/en/news/results/phd-fellowships-and-postdoctoral-fellowships/results-fellowships-june-2019/
CHARMING organized its fourth Project Steering Committee meeting at Warsaw University of Technology in the beautiful building of the Faculty
Francis Berghmans is guest editor of the special issue 'Focus on Disruptively Innovative Optical Fibre-Based Sensors' of JPhys Photonicshttps://iopscience.iop.org/journal/2515-7647/page/Focus-on-Disruptively-Innovative-Optical-Fibre-Based-Sensors
On 23 November 2018, prof. Hervé Rigneault - head of the Mosaic Group at Institut Fresnel in Marseille (France) -
Writing in Scientific American in 2007, Harry A. Atwater of the California Institute of Technology predicted that a technology he
B-PHOT researcher professor Nathalie Vermeulen and her team have discovered a very unexpected and far-reaching trait of graphene, a substance
The bright blue colour of the  Cyanophrys remus  butterfly has its origin in the unique periodic nanostructures in its wings,
CHARMING held it’s official kick-off meeting at Vrije Universiteit Brussel on 4th June 2018.

 

 

 

 

CHARMING is an Excellence of Science project (EOS ID 30467715), financially supported by Science Foundation-Flanders – FWO with project number G0F6218N