A New paper from our group: Ultra-Narrow Linewidth Photo-Emitters in Polymorphic Selenium Nanoflakes
A new paper contributed by our research titled "Ultra-Narrow Linewidth Photo-Emitters in Polymorphic Selenium Nanoflakes" group now...
What is our aim?
Our research is about discovering novel solid state phenomena in novel low dimensional materials, in particular 2d and 1d.
To achieve this aim we focus on;
1. Synthesis of novel low dimensional materials using a one-of-a-kind CVD setup (Rasouli, Nanoscale 2019),
2. Thermal, mechanical, electrical and optical properties of 2d and correlated electronic materials,
3. Phase transitions in solid state systems.
We have several key capabilities such as real-time optical chemical vapor deposition setup, 3.2 K, 9 T scanning photocurrent microscopy setup and we have access to one of the best infrastructures in the region.
RTO-CVD is a novel CVD technique that allows optical observation of materials synthesis over square centimeter region. The power of the technique comes from the ability to control the growth parameters almost independently from each other.
We utilize various different types of AFM based methods such as KPFM, EFM etc. to characterize the basic properties of materials of our interests.
Scanning photocurrent microscopy is a method that raster scans a diffraction limited laser spot over an electrically connected device to create a spatial photo-induced current map and a corresponding reflection map.
We have a 1.6 K physical property measurement system with 12 Tesla magnetic field capability and a newly installed optical cryostat with 3.2 K, 9 Tesla capability.
Generous support through various calls
Young Scientist Award