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Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

528. Ultrafast Charge Transfer and Recombination Dynamics in Monolayer–Multilayer WSe2 Junctions Revealed by Time-Resolved Photoemission Electron Microscopy. C. Xu, N. Barden, E. M. Alexeev, X. Wang, R. Long, A. R. Cadore, I. Paradisanos, A. K. Ott, G. Soavi, S. Tongay, G. Cerullo, A. C. Ferrari, O. V. Prezhdo, Z. H. Loh. ACS Nano, 18, 1931 (2024). (pdf).

527. Tailoring graphene for electronics beyond silicon. F. Iacopi and A. C. Ferrari. Nature, 625, 34 (2024). (pdf).

526. Monolayer WS2 electro- and photo-luminescence enhancement by TFSI treatment. A. Cadore, B. L. T. Rosa, I. Paradisanos, S. Mignuzzi, D. De Fazio, E. Alexeev, A. Dagkli, J. Muench, G. Kakavelakis, S. M. Schinde, D. Yoon, S. Tongay, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, E. Lidorikis, I. Goykhman, G. Soavi and A. C. Ferrari. 2D Materials (2024)(pdf).

525. A foundation model for atomistic materials chemistry. I. Batatia, P. Benner, Y. Chiang, A. M. Elena, D. P. Kovács, J. Riebesell, X. R. Advincula, M. Asta, W. J. Baldwin, N. Bernstein, A. Bhowmik, S. M. Blau, V. Cărare, J. P. Darby, S. De, F. D. Pia, V. L. Deringer, R. Elijošius, Z. El-Machachi, E. Fako, A. C. Ferrari, A. Genreith-Schriever, J. George, R. E. A. Goodall, C. P. Grey, S. Han, W. Handley, H. H. Heenen, K. Hermansson, C. Holm, J. Jaafar, S. Hofmann, K. S. Jakob, H. Jung, V. Kapil, A. D. Kaplan, N. Karimitari, N. Kroupa, J. Kullgren, M. C. Kuner, D. Kuryla, G. Liepuoniute, J. T. Margraf, I. B. Magdău, A. Michaelides, J. H. Moore, A. A. Naik, S. P. Niblett, S. W. Norwood, N. O'Neill, C. Ortner, K. A. Persson, K. Reuter, A. S. Rosen, L. L. Schaaf, C. Schran, E. Sivonxay, T. K. Stenczel, V. Svahn, C. Sutton, C. van der Oord, E. Varga-Umbrich, T. Vegge, M. Vondrák, Y. Wang, W. C. Witt, F. Zills, G. Csányi. arXiv:2401.00096 (2024). (pdf).


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