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FACULTY

Nano Sensor and Systems

Nano Sensor and Systems
Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti님의 사진입니다.
Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti
E-Mail : cuniberti@postech.ac.kr
Position : Distinguished Visiting Prof.
Tel. : +82-54-279-4431
Laboratory : Nano Sensors & Systems
Office : RIST 4 #410-1
CAREER
- W3-Professorship (Chair of Materials Science and Nanotechnology) at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany (2007-Present)
- Head of the VW-Foundation independent research group “Molecular Computing”, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Regensburg, Germany (BATI A position) (2003-2008)
- Guest scientist, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany (since 2001 as a Schloeßmann fellow) (1998-2002)

MAJOR AWARDS
- Member of the “M4nano” initiative of the Universidad Aut´onoma de Madrid (2007-Present)
- Prize “F¨orderungpreis f¨ur Drittmitteleinwerbung” from the University of Regensburg (2006)
- Graduate School Fellowship. Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research (1994-1997)

ACTIVITIES
- Member of the Examination Committee (Pr¨ufungsausschuss) for the International Master of Science Nanobiophysics (all courses offered in English) at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany (2007-Present)
- Evaluator for research projects submitted to the
(i) European Union within the 5th and 6th Frame Program (as remote reviewer, on-site reviewer as well as panel review member in Brussels),
(ii) the USA National Science Foundation (NSF),
(iii) the German Research Foundation - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Molecular electronics, Carbon-based nanoelectronics, Bio-molecular wires and DNA based electronics, Quantum transport in mesoscopic to molecular systems, Low dimensional correlated electrons, Nonlinear dynamics of molecular motors, Frequency dependent nonlinear transport, Quantum wires, Quantum dots, Dissipative quantum systems

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
- “Introducing Molecular Electronics (book)” G. Cuniberti, G. Fagas, and K. Richter (Eds.) Lecture Notes in Physics 680 (Springer, Berlin and Heidelberg, 2005)
- “Electronic structure of single DNA molecules resolved by transverse scanning tunneling spectroscopy” E. Shapir, H. Cohen, A. Calzolari, C. Cavazzoni, D. A. Ryndyk and G. Cuniberti, A. Kotlyar, R. Di Felice, and D. Porath, Nature Materials 7, 68 (2008)
- “Hofstadter butterflies of bilayer graphene” N. Nemec and G. Cuniberti, Physical Review B (Rapid Comm.) 75, 201404(R) (2007)
- “Tuning the conductance of a molecular switch” M. del Valle, R. Guti´errez, C. Tejedor, and G. Cuniberti, Nature Nanotechnology 2, 176 (2007)
- “Contact dependence of carrier injection in carbon nanotubes: An ab initio study” N. Nemec, D. Tomanek, and G. Cuniberti, Physical Review Letters 96, 076802 (2006)
- “Introducing Molecular Electronics (book)” G. Cuniberti, G. Fagas, and K. Richter (Eds.) Lecture Notes in Physics 680 (Springer, Berlin and Heidelberg, 2005)