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Inorganic NanoMaterials group

Our research is focused on understanding crystal growth on an atomic scale, and how control of this process can be used to design new materials not existing in nature. In particular we are interested in understanding the formation of novel nanostructures, and how the dynamics of the crystallization process lead to new and size-dependent properties. At the moment our focus is on semiconductor nanostructures and metal-semiconductor hybrids.

Details about our current research projects can be found here.

Our research involves both synthesis (primarily by chemical vapor deposition) and characterization (primarily by transmission electron microscopy). The major part of our research combines these two steps, using in-situ transmission electron microscopy to understand semiconductor nanostructure growth processes in real time.

More information on group members and their research projects can be found here.


Prof. Kimberly Dick Thelander


Postal address:

Lund University
Department of Chemistry
Centre for Analysis and Synthesis
P.O. Box 124
SE-221 00 Lund

Visiting address:
Getingev 60 /Sölvegatan 39
222 41 Lund

Internal mail:
Pick-up location 1