Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
12.01.2023. u 14:00h
Institut za fiziku, velika predavaonica u 3. krilu i putem Zoom-a
Atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) materials are characteristic by their unique properties compared to their bulk counterparts, which makes them attractive for a wide range of applications, from (opto)electronics, sensing and biosensing, to catalysis, energy harvesting and storage. Recent progress in many of these applications relies particularly on device miniaturization, nanostructuring, and tailoring materials properties and surface chemistry. In this talk, I will give an overview of my work covering the topics of nanofabrication, chemical functionalization, and applications of 2D materials, and highlight the challenges and interrelationships between them. The first part will be focused on the fabrication of nanopore-based devices that can be used for single-molecule sensing and other applications (e.g. osmotic power generation), with the emphasis on the 2D semiconductors as the main building blocks for field-effect sensing and the nanopore-FET devices. In the second part, I will show how (electro)chemical surface modification methods can be used for the selective functionalization of 2D materials and tuning their physicochemical properties. During my talk, I will also highlight the importance and versatility of advanced microscopic techniques that can be used for material characterization at the nanoscale, but also for monitoring (electro)chemical processes, or even as a nanofabrication tool. Finally, I will shortly present future research plans and perspectives.
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Meeting ID: 859 2799 9548