Graphene Heterostructures: Tunnelling Transistors and Photodetection (Graphene LIVE! USA 2012)


Dr Branson Belle,
University of Manchester
United Kingdom
 
Dec 05, 2012.

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I will overview the current state of progress at Manchester in graphene heterostructure devices. Mainly focusing on two areas:
 
*Tunnelling transistors fabricated from multi-layered graphene structures.
*Graphene/Semiconductor layered photodetectors.
 
Although these are prototypes, I will discuss the possibilities to scale up our devices.

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