Welcome to the nextnano Awards page, where we showcase the recognition and support we have received from external organizations for our contributions to the field of nanotechnology.
At nextnano, we are committed to promoting excellence and innovation in nanotechnology, and we are proud to have been recognized and supported by external organizations for our work.
Our awards page highlights these achievements, and reflects our commitment to supporting the next generation of leaders in the field.
Universita Degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome, Italy (Coordinator)
University of Glasgow, UK
IHP GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
nextnano GmbH, Munich, Germany
The FLASH project resulted in the foundation of a new company in 2021: nextnano Lab SAS
nextnano Lab is an R&D company based in the Grenoble area, France.
Its main activity is to develop modeling and simulation tools in the field of solid-state quantum physics, in particular for semiconductor quantum devices.
nextnano Lab develops simulation tools for quantum transport based on the nonequilibrium Green’s function framework,
such as the nextnano.NEGF sofware which is commercialized by nextnano GmbH.
The most prominent application are Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs). nextnano Lab is a simplified joint-stock company jointly owned by Dr. Thomas Grange and nextnano holding GmbH.
Thomas was working in the FLASH project on the modeling of silicon-germanium based terahertz QCLs and is now Chairman and Research & Development Director of nextnano Lab.
nextnano GmbH acknowledges 12 days of business coaching services offered by the European Innovation Council pilot as part of the FLASH project to commercialize results.