Physics of Functional Materials
The research focuses on studying the physics of functional materials by experimental and theoretical methods. Materials and topics cover a broad spectrum ranging from multiferroics, confinement effects in nanoporous systems, photosensitive materials, highly nonlinear behavior of minerals at extreme pressure, the formation and dynamics of domain walls, metal-hydrogen systems, and nanocomposites (liquid crystal–elastomer, polymer–nanoparticle, elastomer–carbon, liquid crystal–polymer).
News & Events
Dr. Viktor Soprunyuk (PFM, University of Vienna)
Dynamical properties of supercooled water in nanopores and biological systems
27.04.2017, 10:00, Kurt-Gödel-Hörsaal, EG, Strudlhofgasse 4, 1090 Wien
Welcome to the University of Vienna! Dieter Süß, who accepted a tenured position at the Faculty of Physics, and his group of 13 colleagues are joining Physics of Functional Materials.
Fakultät für Physik
A-1090 Wien, Austria
Mo, Thu, Fri: 8:30-13:30