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Author Roy, Kallol,
Title Optoelectronic properties of graphene-based van der Waals hybrids / Kallol Roy.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]

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Author Roy, Kallol,
Series Springer theses, 2190-5061
Springer theses. 2190-5061
Subject Photon detectors.
Graphene -- Optical properties.
Optoelectronics -- Materials.
Nanoelectronics.
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 264 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Note "Doctoral thesis accepted by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Review: Electronic Band Structure and Interface Properties -- Review: Optoelectronic Response and Van der Waals Materials -- Experimental Techniques, Instruments, and Cryostat -- Material and Heterostructure Interface Characterization -- Photoresponse in Graphene-on- MoS 2 Heterostructures -- Switching Operation with Graphene-on- MoS 2 Heterostructures -- Bilayer-Graphene-on- MoS 2 Heterostructures -- Photoresponse and Photon Noise in BLG-MoS2 Hybrids -- Other Graphene, MoS2 Devices and Room Temperature Operations -- Conclusion and Outlook.
Summary This thesis deals with the development and in-depth study of a new class of optoelectronic material platform comprising graphene and MoS_2, in which MoS_2 is used essentially to sensitize graphene and lead to unprecedently high gain and novel opto-electronic memory effects. The results presented here open up the possibility of designing a new class of photosensitive devices which can be utilized in various optoelectronic applications including biomedical sensing, astronomical sensing, optical communications, optical quantum information processing and in applications requiring low intensity photodetection and number resolved single photon detection.
Note Description based on resource, viewed January 12, 2021.
ISBN 9783030596279 (electronic bk.)
3030596273 (electronic bk.)
9783030596262 (print)
3030596265 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-59627-9
OCLC # 1201384524
Additional Format Original 3030596265 9783030596262 (OCoLC)1191243093



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