Yuhang invited to give a plenary talk at
International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials
March 2018, KIRCHBERG, AUSTRIA
Junxi Duan accepted a faculty position in the Department of Physics, Beijing University, China. He starts his appointment in October 2017.
Our work on scanning tunneling microscopy made the news.
highlighted in PHYS.Org
Controlling traffic on the electron highway—researching graphene
Jinhai and Yuhang's Nature Physics article makes the news!
Highlighted in Nanowerk.com "Creation of artificial atoms in graphene"
Highlighted in Nanotechweb.org Supercritically charged vacancy in graphene is like an artificial atom
Realization of a tunable artificial atom at a supercritically charged vacancy in graphene, Nature Physics 12, 545–549 doi:10.1038/nphys3665
Junxi's PNAS paper on thermoelectric cooling featured in the News
Rutgers News: How Graphene Could Cool Smartphone, Computer and Other Electronics Chips
Science Daily : How graphene could cool smartphone, computer and other electronics chips
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Science Times: Graphene Cools Down Smart Phones, Computers & Other Electronic Devices
Phys.Org News: How graphene could cool smartphone, computer and other electronics chips
Electrochemical Society : Graphene Tested as Tiny ‘Coolers’ for Computer Chips
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Patch.com : How graphene could cool smartphone, computer and other electronics chips
AzoNano: Rutgers Scientists Discover How Graphene Could be Used to Cool Electronics Chips
Futurity: Graphene tested as tiny ‘coolers’ for computer chips
ECNMAG News: How Graphene Could Cool Smartphone, Computer And Other Electronics Chips
RD Mag: Graphene Shows Potential for Device Cooling
EUpulse: Graphene could soon make smartphones a lot cooler, literally
Electronics360: Using Graphene to Cool Electronic Chips
Newswise: Rutgers scientists lead research that discovers potential advance for the electronics industry
Compliance: Electronic Cooling with Graphene
Scientific Computing: Scientists Use Graphene to Help Cool Electrical Components
Lab Roots: Graphene tested as tiny 'coolers' for computer chips
Angela Coe wins 2017 NSF Graduate Fellowships
Alexis Clavijo received the Outstanding Undergraduate Research Presenter Award at the 2017 March meeting in New Orleans
Adina Luican-Mayer - accepted a faculty position in the Department of Physics, Ottawa University, Canada. She will start her appointment in January 2016.
Eva Y. Andrei elected to the National Academy of Sciences
April 30, 2013
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