Laser trimming of 2D materials for functional optoelectronics applications

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Laser trimming of 2D materials for functional optoelectronics applications

Laby Theatre
Physics South

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Two-dimensional (2D) materials and their derivatives have attracted unprecedented enthusiasm during the past decade due to their exceptional mechanical, thermal, optical, and electrical properties not available in conventional materials. This talk explores the optoelectronic applications of 2D materials by using the one-step mask-free direct laser printing (DLP) method [1]. The results have demonstrated the great potentials of two-dimensional material films as an emerging integratable platform for ultrathin, light-weight and flexible photonic and electronic devices towards all-optical communication, microscopic imaging and energy storage applications [2-4].

Reference:

[1] H Lin, B Jia, M Gu, Optics letters 36 (3), 406-408 (2011). [2] X. Zheng, B. Jia, X. Chen, M. Gu, Adv. Mater 26, 2699 (2014). [3] S. Fraser, X. Zheng, L. Qiu, D. Li, B. Jia, Applied Physics Letters, 107, 031112 (2015). [4] X. Zheng, B. Jia, H. Lin, L. Qiu, D. Li, M. Gu, Nature Communications, 6, 8433 (2015).

Presenter

  • Professor Baohua Jia
    Professor Baohua Jia, Swinburne University