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2017 Webinars

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Magnetic Switching with Topical Insulator and Compensated Ferrimagnet

Date:
Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Speaker: Luqiao Liu

https://youtu.be/iOsout7aVGc

Topological Valleytronics in Bilayer Graphene

Date:
Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Speaker: Jun Zhu
Description: In this talk I will describe how we realize valley-momentum locked topological conducting channels in bilayer graphene and demonstrate the operations of a waveguide, a valley valve and tunable electron beam splitter, all of which are electrically controlled.
Presentation Slides: Topological Valleytronics in Bilayer Graphene (PDF)

https://youtu.be/_SYVthg4Bps

Atomic Force Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Date:
Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Speaker: Eric W. Hudson
Description: In this talk I will introduce a variety of atomic force (AFM) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) measurement techniques for atomic scale investigations of the structural and electronic properties of materials, with examples drawn primarily from investigations of 2D material systems.
Presentation Slides: Atomic Force Scanning Tunneling Microscopy  (PDF)

https://youtu.be/1P0FEIiP7K8

2D Materials for Ubiquitous Electronics

Date:
Thursday, September 7, 2017

Speaker: Saptarshi Das
Description: This talk will cover various potential device applications of two dimensional (2D) layered materials including ultra-low-power electronics, flexible electronics, straintronics, anti-corrosion electronics, radiation resilience electronics as well as brain inspired electronics.
Presentation Slides: 2D Materials for Ubiquitous Electronics  (PDF)

https://youtu.be/EK-EexsGQgM

Intercalation, Exfoliation, Assembly of 2D Materials

Date:
Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Speaker: Thomas E. Mallouk
Description: A variety of physical and chemical methods have been developed to make colloids of nanosheets from bulk crystals of 2D materials. These 2D colloids provide an alternative to single sheets made by “scotch tape” or vapor deposition methods, and enable the preparation of bulk composites, heterostructures, and folded or crumpled sheets with unique properties and applications. This talk will review the current state-of-the art in the exfoliation and re-assembly of different classes of 2D materials.

https://youtu.be/vfBG9Wm_3UA

Hybrid Growth Approaches and Hybrid Materials Options: Unconventional Opportunities Available in the 2DCC-MIP

Date:
Thursday, March 30, 2017

Speaker: Roman Engel-Herbert
Description: This webinar will describe a specific thin film growth capability available in the 2DCC-MIP that combines MBE and MOCVD in a unique way as well as opportunities to users to integrate 2D chalcogenides with functional oxide materials.
Presentation Slides: Hybrid Growth Approaches and Hybrid Materials Options: Unconventional Opportunities Available in the 2DCC-MIP (PDF)

https://youtu.be/JNKiR3iy9GA

Bulk Crystal Growth of Chalcogenides at the 2DCC

Date:
Thursday, February 23, 2017

Speaker: Dr. David Snyder
Description: This webinar will describe the capabilities and equipment being established at the 2DCC to synthesize and characterize high quality bulk crystals for a range of chalcogenides. Emphasis will be placed on building a capability for investigations of equilibrium growth of alloys and doped crystals, comparison of exfoliated bulk materials with CVD/MBE films, synthesis of new phases/compositions of 2D crystals and providing unique bulk crystals as substrates.

https://youtu.be/BkDlmNRT-78

Defects in Two Dimensional Layered Crystals: An Ultra-High Resolution Aberration-Corrected Electron Microscopy Study

Date:
Thursday, January 26, 2017

Speaker: Nasim Alem
Description: This webinar will explore ultra-high resolution aberration-corrected electron microscopy to investigate the chemical and atomic nature of the interfaces, defects and grain boundaries in atomically thin 2D crystals, i.e. graphene, hexagonal boron nitride, and the transition metal dichalcogenides, and their heterostructures.