Scope of Research and Development

  • Ultrafast electronic devices based on 2D materials
    Fig. Scheme of the IR detector device with graphene active area
  • Production and application of composites containing 2D materials
    Fig. Photograph of elastic polymer PDMS reinforced with graphene flakes
  • 2D materials and carbon nanotubes thin films production technology
    Fig. SEM micrograph
  • CVD production technology of graphene and other 2D materials
    Fig. AFM micrograph of mono- and multilayer MoS 2 grown by CVD
  • Nanofabrication technology
    Fig. SEM micrograph of thin film graphene oxide attached to metallic contacts (Au)
  • Study of electric properties of 2D materials and thin films
    Fig. Photograph of a chip with metallic contacts for carbon nanotubes thin film
  • Exfoliation of 2D materials: graphene, MoS2 , WS2 , black phosphorus, XS2 , XSe2
    Fig. AFM micrograph of mono- and multilayer MoS2
  • Thin film production technology (various thickness, size and density) based on low
    dimensional materials (carbon naotubes, graphene, GO, rGO, MoS 2 , quantum dots – Au, CdSe, TiO 2 )
    Fig. Layers with various thickness (50-200 nm) of close-packed single-walled carbon nanotubes deposited on glass
  • Technology of graphene transfer (from copper foil) on any surface
    Fig. An example of graphene monolayer (on top) on titanium alloy substrate – optical micrograph
  • Advanced Raman measurements of 2D crystals and thin films – temperature effects
    Fig. Temperature dependencies of Raman peaks: carbon nanotubes thin film (left) and monolayer MoS 2 (right)
  • Determining heat conductance of 2D materials and thin films by optothermal method
    Fig. Scheme of the experiment for monolayer MoS2
  • Carbon nanotubes thin films as nonlinear light absorbers
    Fig. Thin films of semiconducting nanotubes on SiO2
  • Optoelectrical properties of thin films
    Fig. Measurement of photocurrent of thin film of semiconducting nanotubes
  • Studies of optical parameters (absorbance, reflectance, transmittance) of nanotubes structures types: forest and layer
    Fig. SEM micrograph of multiwalled nanotubes forest with diameter ~40 nm