The NaMeS group aims at fostering the applied and fundamental knowledge in two amazing and cutting-edge research fields: the nanomechanical sensing and the memristive nanodevices. These two subjects share the intrinsically high interdisciplinarity of nanoscience, combined with the inspiration from biological systems.


The group operates within the Institute of Condensed Matter Physics and Complex Systems and the MPMNT - Materials and Processes for Micro & Nano Technologies, sharing facilities and human resources.


Please have a deeper look to our research interests and recent publications.



3D-printed NEMS perform as Si ones!

Check out our paper on Nature Communications


Nanowire network and reservoir computing on Nature Materials!

A new brain-inspired paradigm for all memristive (in materia) artificial intelligence with reduced training parameters.


PhD defense of Vittorio

Vttorio successfully passed his PhD defense with honors!