2018 In-House Research Highlights
2018 In-House Research Highlights

What Has Been Achieved:

A new highly efficient method to calculate resonant Raman intensities including excitonic effects.

Importance of Achievement:

This new method allows us to better interpret and utilize high-throughput optical characterization of 2D materials, including potential roles of defects and heterostructures. This could be enabling of data-intensive modes of analysis and allows us to access new routes towards understanding electron-phonon interactions.  

Unique Features of the MIP That Enabled Project:

The 2DCC-MIP mission of pushing the state-of-the-art in advanced characterization of 2D materials.


Y. Wang, B. R. Carvalho, and V. H. Crespi, “Strong exciton regulation of Raman scattering in monolayer MoS2”, Phys. Rev. B 98, 161405(R).

Credits/Names: Wang, Carvalho, Crespi, Penn State, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Download PDF Version: MIP-2DCC-1539916_Exciton Regulation of Raman Scattering.pdf

Year of Research Highlight: 2018

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