Accessibility report

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Reporting accessibility problems with this website

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Technical information about this website's accessibility

This website is partially compliant with the Swedish accessibility regulations, except from the non-compliances listed below.
•    Some videos lack subtitles.
•    Some PDF documents are not accessibility tested.
•    Some of the texts contains complicated language describing the research within Nano-Tandem.

How we tested this website

We have tested the accessibility using Wave Web Accessibility Tool.
The last assessment was made on 25 August 2020.
The website was published in 2015.
The statement was last updated 25 August 2020.

SEM of vertical nanowires and EBIC measuring tip


Former Nano-Tandem member Gaute Otnes wins Fulbrights article prize for young researchers 2020. The winning article:

Understanding InP Nanowire Array Solar Cell Performance by Nanoprobe-Enabled Single Nanowire Measurements.

Nano Lett. 2018, 18, 5, 3038–3046

Read the research article at the publisher's site

Prize decision by the Norwegian Fulbright Alumni Association