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Upcoming: Join us for a Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy Course offered at the University of Central Florida in Orlando – September 21-23, 2023

The Tetard’s group at the University of Central Florida aims to advance the fundamental understanding of materials related to sustainability at the nanoscale. The main focus of the groups is the use scanning probe microscopy tools to explore physical and chemical properties at the nanoscale. Applications of our work spans from life sciences to emerging materials for catalysis, electronics or renewable energy. Our work is highly interdisciplinary and involves international scientists and collaborators at all levels. It is the complementary of our expertise that drives our discoveries.

A little more on our work…

Defect Engineering in 2D materials
Nanoscale Chemical Spectroscopy
Multifrequency Atomic Force Microscopy
Nanotechnology and Plant Sciences
Life Sciences at the Nanoscale