Publications

2D Materials Show All
  • Demie Kepaptsoglou
  • Hans Hofsaess
  • Julian Alexander Amani
  • Jhih-Sian Tu
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell
  • Prof Ursel Bangert
  • Ms Eileen Courtney

Functionalisation of two-dimensional (2-D) materials via low energy ion implantation could open possibilities for fabrication of devices based on such…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • Recep Zan
  • Prof Quentin Ramasse
  • Jhih-Sian Tu
  • Konstantin Novoselov
  • Rashid Jalil
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Stacking different two-dimensional (2D) atomic layers is a feasible approach to create unique multilayered van der Waals heterostructures with desired…

  • R. Tenne
  • A. Zak
  • R. J. Young
  • Prof Ursel Bangert
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell

The relationship between structure and properties has been followed for different nanoscale forms of tungsten disulfide (2H-WS2) namely exfoliated monolayer…

  • Hans Hofsaess
  • Demie Kepaptsoglou
  • Quentin Ramasse
  • Julian Alexander Amani
  • Recep Zan
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Controlled manipulation of materials on the atomic scale is a continuing challenge in physics and material science. Doping of two-dimensional…

  • Yina Guo
  • Mr Eoghan O' Connell
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Research interest in low dimensional materials has expanded immensely in the last decade. The fascinating properties of nanotubes, graphene and…

  • Y. Zhou
  • P. Maguire
  • H. Zhang

Surface organic residues inhibit the extraordinary electronic properties of graphene, hindering the development of graphene electronics. However, fundamental understanding of…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • Demie Kepaptsoglou
  • C. R. Seabourne
  • T.P. Hardcastle
  • William Pierce
  • A. J. Scott
  • Recep Zan
  • R. Nicholls
  • Quentin Ramasse
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

In the past few years, graphene, boron nitride and other 2D materials have stirred a research frenzy in materials science.…

  • Q. Ramasse
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Two-dimensional (2D) materials, graphene, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMD) have been investigated by means of Scanning…

  • Konstantin Novoselov
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Recent dramatic progress in studying various two-dimensional (2D) atomic crystals and their heterostructures calls for better and more detailed understanding…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • William Pierce
  • Demie Kepaptsoglou
  • Quentin Ramasse
  • Recep Zan
  • M.H. Gass
  • Jakob Albert Van den Berg
  • Dr Chris Boothroyd
  • Julian Alexander Amani
  • Hans Hofsaess
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Doping of graphene via low energy ion implantation could open possibilities for fabrication of nanometer-scale patterned graphene-based devices as well…

  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Since the isolation of graphene and other two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), these just one atom…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • T.P. Hardcastle
  • C. R. Seabourne
  • Recep Zan
  • R.M.D. Brydson
  • Quentin Ramasse
  • Konstantin Novoselov
  • A. J. Scott
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

The plane-wave density functional theory code CASTEP was used with the Tkatchenko-Scheffler van der Waals correction scheme and the generalized…