These sensors consist of electrolytically gated broadband microwave sensors where atomically-thin graphene layers are integrated into coplanar waveguides and coupled with microfluidic channels. These devices combine microwave and field-effect sensing, producing multi-dimensional datasets.
Detection of Single-base Mismatches in DNA Sequences by using Electrochemically-gated Graphene Microwave Waveguides, ArXiv2210:14118
Taking inspiration from the human brain, neuromorphic systems uses the rich physics of materials and devices to process unstructured and noisy analogue data directly, leading to a fundamentally new approach to computation. 2D layered materials are among the most promising materials for future neuromorphic technology due to the large variety of properties they offer, the possibility of being combined into functional structures and being chemically-converted while preserving their shape as well as the and the ease of integration with existing semiconductors and fabrication lines.
Two-dimensional layered materials (such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides) can be deterministically stacked to form heterostructures. We develop methods to optimize the fabrication of such structures and use them for devices such as transistors and memristors.
Cleaning Interfaces in Layered Materials Heterostructures, Nature Communications 9:5387