Speaker: Dr. Shengxi Huang
Description: Two-dimensional (2D) layered materials have gained increasing attention due to their unique and extraordinary electronic and photonic properties. It is critical to gain a clear understanding of the fundamental light-matter interactions in 2D materials, which govern many of the key material properties and are critical for device applications. This talk introduces new discoveries and pioneer works of 2D layered materials utilizing optical spectroscopic techniques, in particular Raman spectroscopy, as well as their novel applications in sensing. The methodologies presented here also provide a framework for the study of new layered materials systems.
Presentation Slides: Measuring and Understanding Optical Spectra of Layered Materials Systems (PDF)