The Aachen Graphene & 2D Materials Center welcome Prof. Sezin Tuta Şimşek, who will spend a seven month research staying at RWTH Aachen University, hosted by the Chair for Electronic Devices (ELD).Continue reading “Welcome to Prof. Sezin Tuta Şimşek”
A unique chance for developers of graphene-based sensors
On February 2022, AMO GmbH and the 2D-Experimental Pilot Line have launched a call for their first multi-project wafer run. Developers of graphene-based sensors now have a unique chance to test their device concept on a large scale at moderate cost.Continue reading “A unique chance for developers of graphene-based sensors”
An international standard for the flatness of graphene
Researchers from RWTH Aachen University and the Graphene Flagship Standardization Committee have pushed through a new IEC standard for assessing the strain uniformity of single-layer graphene using Raman spectroscopy.Continue reading “An international standard for the flatness of graphene”
Perspective article in Science by Markus Morgenstern and Mark Goerbig.
Following the recent progresses made by the Yazdani group in visualizing broken symmetries and topological states caused by the interaction between electrons in graphene under high magnetic field , Markus Morgenstern and Mark Goerbig have released Perspective article in Science , where they review in a very accessible language the basic physics beyond the observed effects.
 Visualizing broken symmetry and topological defects in a quantum Hall ferromagnet
X. Liu, G. Farahi, C.-L.Chiu, Z. Papic, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, M. P. Zaletel, and A. Yazdani
Science 375, 321 (2021). DOI: 10.1126/science.abm3770
 Many-particle electron states in graphene
M. Morgenstern and M. Goerbig
Science 375, 263 (2022). DOI: 10.1126/science.abn2049