Researchers at RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich have uncovered important characteristics of double quantum dots in bilayer graphene, an increasingly promising material for possible applications in quantum technologies. The team has demonstrated near-perfect particle-hole symmetry in graphene quantum dots, which could lead to more efficient quantum information processing. The study has been published in Nature.
Nowadays it is possible to grow high-quality graphene on large scale using chemical vapor deposition (CVD). What remains a major bottleneck for the industrialization of the material is the transfer of graphene from the growth substrate to a target one. A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge and RWTH Aachen University has now …
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Using advanced spectroscopic techniques, researchers from RWTH Aachen University have been able to observe for the first-time domains of tetralayer graphene with ABCB stacking. The results have been reported in ACS Nano.