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Horst Hahn
Executive Director and Research Unit Chair
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KIT Campus North
Building 640


Nanostructured Materials

Welcome to the website of Professor Hahn's Research Unit at the Institute of Nanotechnology (INT) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Its research focus is on "Nanostructured Materials".


Group Picture of Research Unit Hahn



Nanoglass YouTube Video feature Professor Horst Hahn
Nanoglass- material of the future

Learn more about Nanoglass in this interview with our institute director, Professor Horst Hahn, on YouTube (German).

Watch the video
The Insitute of Nanotechnology and the Herbert Gleiter Institute plan to conduct complementary research. (Photo: Nils Gräber, KIT)
KIT Nanotechnology - A Model for China

The Chinese Nanjing University of Science and Technology is establishing a nanoscience institute using the Institute of Na-notechnology (INT) of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) as a model. 

Press Release
Room Temperature Processing of High Performance Electronics
Room Temperature Processing of High Performance Oxide Electronics

Room teperature processed field-effect transistors are fabricated using a chemically controlled curing process of the printed nanoparticle ink that provides surprisingly dense thin films and excellent interparticle electrical contacts and a device mobility as large as 12.5 cm2/(V s)

ACSNano, 2015, 9 (3), 3075-3083
Dynamic electron transport in 3D nanographene
Dynamic electronic transport in 3D nanographene

Dynamic control over electronic transport is shown in ultra-high surface area graphene based bulk materials. The large macroscopic conductance of the nanographene monoliths can be varied up to several hundred percent with electrolyte-gating; paving ways towards carbon based bulk transistors.

Advanced Materials 2012