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Cambridge Graphene Centre

Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

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Electrical

Our Electronics lab is for electrical analysis of graphene products.

 

For access to the lab, or for any general training, please contact the lab leader Dr Antonio Lombardo, or their deputy David Purdie For training on any of the equipment, please contact the Principal User or their deputy for the listed equipment.

While there is a range of devices in the Electrical Laboratory, several of them require booking before use. The booking system can be found here.

 


Lakeshore probe station


Principal User: Dr Antonio Lombardo
Deputy: David Purdie

Cascade probe station


Principal User: Dr Antonio Lombardo
Deputy: Dr Anestis Katsounaros

Scanning Microwave Microscope (SMM)


Principal User: Dr Anestis Katsounaros
Deputy: Dr Antonio Lombardo

Wire bonder


Principal User: Dr Anestis Katsounaros
Deputy: David Purdie

 

When in the Electronics laboratory, please follow the local rules, downloadable here.

 

Photos by Samuel Curtis Photography

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