Webinar To Focus On 2D Materials Beyond Graphene
Oxford Instruments event to focus on latest advances in growth and characterisation of transition metal dichalcogenides
Investigation into the physics and technology of graphene in the past decade has triggered research into a large family of similar Van der Waals structures. One such class of materials that is receiving a huge amount of attention is transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) which have shown immense potential towards both electronics and optoelectronics applications.
In order to fulfil this potential there needs to be a clear understanding of both the fabrication of 2D materials and the techniques involved in their characterisation, according to Oxford Instruments.
On Thursday 3rd November at 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM GMT, the company will be giving a webinar focused on recent advances in the growth of these materials as well as Raman characterisation. It will also explain the interplay between process engineering and materials characterisation.
Two talks that will be given in this webinar: 'Characterisation of 2D materials and heterostructures' by Tim Batten, Renishaw, UK; and 'Deposition of 2D materials and heterostructures' by Ravi Sundaram, Oxford Instruments, UK
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