Molecular Windows

Seeing is believing - Nanoscale Imaging of Biological, Chemical, and Physical Processes
We develop microscopy methods to directly observe what is going on in nanoscale processes in physics, chemistry and biology.


We work on

  • gas phase reactions on microfabricated heaters for in-situ electron microscopy

  • novel microfluidic chips systems to image processes in liquids with scanning and transmission electron micrscopes (SEM and TEM). 

  • Biological electron microscopy

  • Microfluidic systems

  • Nanomaterials synthesis

  • Nanomaterials applications in catalysis, energy storage and conversion.


It is always possible to do a student project tailored to develop your competences within these research areas and you can find student projects in the DTU project database, as 'Fagprojects', and at DTU Nanotech.


Molecular Windows Group - Tree

Group Leader

Kristian Speranza Mølhave
DTU Nanolab
+45 25 12 66 72