Who: Daniel Granados, IMDEA Nanociencia
Place: Donostia International Physics Center
Date: Thursday, 5 July 2018, 12:15
The isolation of graphene and other 2D materials has revolutionized materials science. Their intrinsic properties change drastically when going from the bulk into the true 2D limit where they exhibit exotic properties. While many groups have focused on the study and exploitation of the intrinsic properties of 2D materials, very limited work has been devoted on the engineering of their intrinsic properties. The ?all-surface? nature of these materials makes device fabrication complex, and so far only the most conventional micro and nanofabrication or tailoring routes have been explored. In this talk I will present novel routes currently under exploration in our group to tailor the intrinsic properties of Graphene and Molybdenum Disulphide devices. I will present results on lateral PN homo-junctions, memristive field effect transistors and photonic crystal cavities.
Host: Javier Aizpurua