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Project - FLAG-ERA – H2O - Heterostructures of 2D materials and organic, semiconducting nanolayers

This H2O project will integrate 2D materials with newly developed free-standing nanolayers of organic semiconductors to create van der Waals heterostructures for applications in electronic and optoelectronic systems. The research project is supported by the EU funding programme FLAG-ERA.

Consortium members and expertise

Prof. A. Turchanin, Dr. A. George, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany Dr. B. Nickel, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Germany Prof. S. Kubatkin, Dr. S. P. Dash, Dr. S. Lara-Avila, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Dr. M. P. de Jong, University of Twente, Netherlands
Expertise 2D materials synthesis, characterization, nanofabrication, nano (opto)electronic devices Organic semiconductors, photocurrent spectroscopy, organic (opto)electronic devices Advanced nanofabrication for complex device architectures, advanced transport measurements, device physics Synchrotron based spectroscopic studies of nanolayers and heterostructures
Facilities CVD growth, E-beam processing, Optical microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, XPS, HRTEM, SEM, cryogenic vacuum probe station, sensor testing, cleanroom nanofabrication Organic semiconductor processing, laser writing lithography, probe station, photocurrent spectroscopy Cleanroom nanofabrication, cryogenic vacuum probe station ARPES, ARUPS, XPS

the members of the kickoff meeting
Figure 1: Group photo of the H2O-project kickoff-meeting at the University of Jena on March 1, 2018: Dr. M. P. de Jong (UT), Mr. D. Berger (LMU), Dr. S. P. Dash (CUT), Dr. A. George (FSU), Mr. C. Neumann (FSU), Dr. B. Nickel (LMU), Mr. H. Hecht (LMU), Dr. S. Lara-Avila (CUT) and Prof. A. Turchanin (FSU) (from left to right).


the members of the progress meeting at UT
Figure 2: 2nd Project meeting at the University of Twente on April 11, 2019: Lara-Avila (CUT) S. P. Dash (CUT), B. Kalkan (LMU), B. Nickel (LMU), Dr. M. P. de Jong (UT), P. Markeev (UT), E. Najafidehaghani (FSU), A. Turchanin (FSU) (from left to right).


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