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Cambridge Graphene Centre

Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

500. PEROVSKITE SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES. A.C. Ferrari, G. Kakavelakis, K. Dimos, C. O'Riada, L. Occhipinti.; US20220359824A1

479. Chip-Scalable, Graphene-Based Terahertz Thermoelectric Photodetectors. L. Viti, M. Asgari, E. Riccardi, O. Balci, D. De Fazio, S. M. Shinde, J. Zhang, S. Mignuzzi, F. H. Koppens, A. C. Ferrari, M. S. Vitiello.; In 2022 47th International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz) (pp. 1-2). IEEE. (pdf).

498. Resistive Switching Crossbar Arrays Based on Layered Materials. M. Lanza, F. Hui, C. Wen, A. C. Ferrari.; Advanced Materials (2022): 2205402. (pdf).

497. Terahertz photodetection in scalable single-layer-graphene and hexagonal boron nitride heterostructures. M. Asgari, L. Viti, O. Balci, S.M. Shinde, J. Zhang, H. Ramezani, S. Sharma, A. Meersha, G. Menichetti, C. McAleese, B Conran, X. Wang, A. Tomadin, A.C. Ferrari, M.S. Vitiello.; Appl. Phys. Lett. 121, 031103 (2022). (pdf).

496. Unbiased Plasmonic-Assisted Integrated Graphene Photodetectors. I. Vangelidis, D.V. Bellas, S. Suckow, G. Dabos, S. Castilla, F.H.L. Koppens, A.C. Ferrari, N. Pleros, E. Lidorikis.; ACS Photonics, 9, 1992 (2022). (pdf).

495. Moiré Modulation of Van Der Waals Potential in Twisted Hexagonal Boron Nitride. S. Chiodini, J. Kerfoot, G. Venturi, S. Mignuzzi, E.M. Alexeev, B.T. Rosa, S. Tongay, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, A.C. Ferrari, A. Ambrosio.; ACS Nano 16, 7589 (2022). (pdf).

494. Thermionic graphene/silicon Schottky infrared photodetectors. S. Doukas, P. Mensz, N. Myoung, A. C. Ferrari, I. Goykhman, E. Lidorikis; Phys. Rev. B 105, 115417 (2022). (pdf)SI (pdf).

493. Mapping the complex refractive index of single layer graphene on semiconductor or polymeric substrates at Terahertz frequencies. V. Pistore, O. Balci, J. Zhang, S.M. Schinde, A. Meersha, A.C. Ferrari, M.S. Vitiello; 2D Mater. 9, 025018 (2022). (pdf).

492. Electrically-tuneable non-equilibrium optical response of graphene. E.A.A. Pogna, A. Tomadin, O. Balci, G. Soavi, I. Paradisanos, M. Guizzardi, P. Pedrinazzi, S. Mignuzzi, K.-J. Tielrooij, M. Polini, A.C. Ferrari, G. Cerullo.; ACS Nano 16, 3613 (2022). (pdf).

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