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László Forró obtained his B.S. at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and M.S. at Université Paris XI in physics. He received his PhD at the University of Zagreb in 1985. He is a full professor at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, where he holds the chair of Nanostructures and Novel Electronic Materials. In his Laboratory of Physics of Complex Matter (http://lpmc.epfl.ch/), he is leading an interdisciplinary research activity. Within the School and beyond he tries to create an experiment-driven partnership with a scientific focus on the correlated matter, the design of new nanostructured materials and biological physics. This vision has led him to the organization of a bi-annual conference in Dubrovnik (http://dubrovnik.epfl.ch/) with the theme: From Solid State to Biophysics (since 2002).
Novel electronic materials, Functional nanostructures, Biomaterials, Toxicity