Regione Lazio has funded our research project in which we will develop oxygen sensors made of graphene on flexible, plastic substrates. For more information, please follow this link: https://lpersichetti85.wixsite.com/lifeplastsens
By using STM, ARPES and DFT simulations we have studied the electronic properties of graphene directly grown on a traditional semiconductor. If you are interested, check this link: Tuning the Doping of Epitaxial Graphene on a Conventional Semiconductor via Substrate Surface Reconstruction | The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (acs.org)
Our latest work on the spontaneous adsorption of ions on graphene at the interface with electrolytes is now on-line! Congratulations to all the coauthors. Ref.: J. Sun et al. Appl. Phys. Lett. 117, 203102 (2020)
Our PhD student Miriam Galbiati has been selected to give an oral contribution to Graphene Canada! On Monday 16th November at 12:45 a.m. Eastern time (Canada) she will give a talk titled:Tuning the doping of epitaxial graphene on a conventional semiconductor via substrate surface reconstruction. Good luck Miriam!