NEWS


  Yuhang invited to give a plenary  talk at
IWEPNM 2018
 International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials
 
March  2018,  KIRCHBERG, AUSTRIA
 
CONGRATULATIONS YUHANG!                                                   



Schematic images showing the effect of STM tip and back gate voltage on the size and depth of the potential wells.




























Yuhang and Jinhai's   Nature Nanotechnology article  makes the news.
Tuning a Circular p-n Junction in Graphene from Quantum Confinement to Optical Guiding ,
  Nature Nanotechnology (2017) doi:10.1038/nnano.2017.181


Junxi Duan accepted a faculty position in the Department of  Physics, Beijing University,  China. He starts his  appointment  in  October 2017.  

Congratulations Junxi!!


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
SiliconRepublic:    Graphene could soon make smartphones a lot cooler, literally
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
Science Blog:
How Graphene Could Cool Smartphone, Computer and Other Electronics Chip <>
NanoWerk:
How Graphene Could Cool Smartphone, Computer and Other Electronics Chips

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

Congratulations Angela!



Alexis Clavijo received the Outstanding Undergraduate Research Presenter Award at the 2017 March meeting in New Orleans
Congratulations Alexis!



Adina Luican-Mayer -  accepted a faculty position in the Department of  Physics, Ottawa University,  Canada. She will start her appointment  in  January 2016.
 
Congratulations Adina!







        Adina Luican-Mayer - wins the 2013 Plano award for best PhD dissertation. 
After completing her thesis work in the Andrei lab in 2012, Adina won the prestigoius Abrikosov post-doctoral fellowship awarded by Argonne National laboratories to promissing young researchers.  
Congratulations Adina!








SCIENCE NEWS (August 13, 2011)
science-news







   




Single Layer Behavior and Its Breakdown in Twisted Graphene Layers

  Graphene moiré mystery solved?

   Physicists put a new twist on graphene

  Graphene with a Twist:

Physicists put a new twist on graphene

    Well-stacked graphene with a twist: Carbon

  Well-stacked graphene with a twist
       


Eva Y. Andrei elected fellow of the American Society for the Advancement  of Science.
  “for profound low-temperature experiments ranging from Wigner crystallization of electrons to Dirac fermions in graphene.”



  Eva Andrei awarded 2010 Board of Trustees Award for Excellence in      Research.



"..
for her pioneering work in the fields of low dimensional electronic systems and mesoscopic physics."


WIERD "PARTICLES" SPOTTED IN HOT NEW MATERIAL







Graphene reveals the hallmark of strongly interacting electrons

Runner up for 2009 breakthrough of the year



   Dirac electrons broken to pieces

Weird "Particles" Spotted in Hot New Material


Charges band together in graphene


Fractional quantum Hall effect and insulating phase of Dirac electrons in graphene 

 
Interactions Between Massless Particles May Lead To Speedy, Powerful Electronic Devices

Novel electronic properties in graphene may lead to speedy, powerful electronic devices




Rutgers physicists discover novel electronic properties in two-dimensional carbon structure

Polish news interia   Grafen może zastąpić krzem
  Fractional Quantum Hall Effect Demonstrated in Graphene

Physicists discover novel electronic properties in 2D carbon structure


Rutgers physicists discover novel electronic properties in two-dimensional carbon structure



Fractional Hall Effect Observed in Graphene
Rutgers Physicists Discover Novel Electronic Properties in Two-Dimensional Carbon Structure


Press release  Charge break-up in graphene
  Charges band together in graphene









   Twisting time for graphene

NANOELECTRONICS GOES FLAT OUT








Nanoelectronics goes flat out

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