Welcome to the Electronic Nanostructures Group

We study electrical properties of carbon nanotubes, nanowires and graphene, as well as efficient methods to assemble nanoscale structures based on self-assembled DNA templates. Recently our work has focused on the interplay between superconductivity and ballistic transport phenomena in graphene heterostructures.


Latest News

July 2016
We present results about critical current scaling in long diffusive graphene-based Josephson junctions in Nano Letters.

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March 2016
Our most recent efforts on superconductivity in the quantum Hall regime using graphene-BN stacks were published in Science.

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January 2015
Plasmonics research on rhodium nanoparticles with ultraviolet resonant properties.

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August 2014
A recent paper published in ACS Nano as part of a collaboration synthesizing single-walled carbon nanotubes.

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March 2014
Our work on Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering using DNA-assembled metallic nanostructures
has been published in Nano Letters.

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