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SPIE Photonics West, LASE symposium, 2023

Updated: Oct 21, 2023


Ioanna Zergioti gave an oral Presentation, on the 28th of January 2023 in the SPIE Photonics West, LASE symposium (San Francisco, California) with title “Laser induced transfer of 2D materials for optoelectronic applications”.

If you want to learn more about the topic of the talk you can read the abstract below:




Abstract

The advent of functional devices based on two-dimensional (2D) materials has further intensified the interest in the latter. However, the fabrication of structures using layered materials remains a key challenge. Recently, we proposed the so-called “Laser-Induced Transfer” method (LIT), as a digital and solvent-free approach for the high-resolution and intact transfer of 2D materials’ pixels. Here, we will further highlight the versatility of LIT by reporting results on the high-quality digital transfer of graphene and MoS2. These materials have emerged in the field of nanoelectronics, sensors and photonics due to their unique optoelectronic properties, but their high-quality transfer remains a hurdle. The quality of the transferred films has been confirmed with systematic characterization based on Scanning Electron Microscopy and Raman spectroscopy, as well as mobility’s extraction. Then we will present how the laser induced transfer of these materials can be employed as a key-enabler for the demonstration of the digital deposition of graphene and MoS2 pixels with form factors and electronic properties suitable for FETs. The presented results highlight the potential of LIT for the wafer scale integration of 2D materials, therefore fostering the wider industrial incorporation of 2D materials in electronics, optoelectronics and photonics.


An article by the L2D2 team has been published in the SPIE Proceedings.

I. Cheliotis, A. Logotheti, F. Zacharatos, A. Pesquera, A. Zurutuza, D. Naveh, L. Tsetseris, and I. Zergioti "Laser induced transfer of 2D materials for optoelectronic applications", Proc. SPIE 12410, Nanoscale and Quantum Materials: From Synthesis and Laser Processing to Applications 2023, 1241004 (15 March 2023); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2648065

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