Atomically thin black phosphorus nanodevices

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Dr Andres Castellanos-Gomez, Delft University of Technology

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As part of its launch year, 2D Materials is helping authors to go further in sharing their research. In the first of our dedicated webinar series for rising stars in the field of 2D materials research, Andres Castellanos-Gomez will present some of his recent work on 'Atomically thin black phosphorus nanodevices’. Andres Castellanos-Gomez, is a Marie Curie Fellow at Delft University and a Visiting Researcher at IMDEA Nanoscience (Madrid, Spain). His research is focused on the study of the mechanical, electrical and optical properties of two-dimensional atomically thin crystals fabricated by exfoliation of bulk-layered crystals. The webinar should be of interest to researchers of monolayer and bulk-layered 2D crystals, particularly phosphorene, and their optoelectronic properties.

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