CENIDE is a research center that focuses on nanoscience as the main research area of the UDE. The experience of more than 70 working groups is divided into six main research areas.

In a bid to tackle the issue of energy supply going forward, the specially funded NETZ research building is where the expertise of chemists, physicists and engineers all come together.

The ICAN analysis center with its complementary range of equipment is open for internal as well as external use.

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International Workshop

CENIDE at the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology


CENIDE member honoured

Dr. Bilal Gökce receives Fojtik Henglein Prize


UA-Ruhr: Second International Conference of the flagship program Materials Chain

From materials synthesis to production


CENIDE Science Talk:

Advantages of crosslinkable organic semiconductors


Publication in ACS Nano

Block copolymer micelles for photonic structures


Photovoltaics efficient and cheap?

CENIDE Science Talk