Magalí Lingenfelder

PH H1 457 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

   BioNanoarchitectonics, operando surface science at solid/liquid interfaces,  Self-assembly, Scanning Probe Microscopy, Chirality, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, 2D materials, Antimicrobial surfaces. 


Other publications


Teaching & PhD



PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Physics

PhD Students

Banjac Karla,

Past EPFL PhD Students

Hurtado Salinas Daniel Eduardo , Stel Bart Willem ,


Frontiers in nanosciences

The students understand the relevant experimental and theoretical concepts of the nanoscale science. The course move from basic concepts like quantum size effects to €˜hot fields€™ such as spin transport for data storage applications (spintronics), carbon electronics, or nanocatalysis.

Lecture series on Advances in Physics

This course gives a comprehensive view of the main research topics being explored in the different sections of Physics, and the highlights from EPFL beyond the specific topic of each PhD. The students are guided through the topics starting from the basics to the highlights of each section.

Lecture series on Biomimetics

This course gives a comprehensive view of Biomimetics, with especial focus and hierarchical structure-function relationships. We explore the physical principles of bioinspired nanostructures and biomechanics, and their application to the design of creative and sustainable materials.