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Contacting, Etching, and Doping of 2D Materials Using Thermal Scanning Probe Lithography

Dr Xiaorui (Ray) Zheng joined Westlake University in 2020 as an Assistant Professor and started the Alien Lab (Advanced Lithography for opto-Electronic Nanochips Lab). After his MSc in Condensed Matter Physics at the Chinese Academy of Science, he did his PhD at the Centre for Micro-Photonics at Swinburne University of Technology. He was postdoc research fellow at University of California, San Diego and at CUNY and NYU in the group of Prof. Elisa Riedo. In the latter group, he used the NanoFrazor to achieve several breakthrough results with the fabrication of 2D material devices. His research at Westlake University will continue in this direction where he has plenty of ideas on how to utilize the NanoFrazor technology for novel and improved 2D material devices.

In this webinar, Prof. Zheng will explain and discuss the fabrication methods as well as the scientific results of the following two papers:

The webinar in English will take place on December 15, 2020, 11:00 am CET. Registration is closed.

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