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
A recent paper on critical current scaling in ballistic graphene Josephson junctions was published in Physical Review Letters.

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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
We present plasmonics research on rhodium nanoparticles with ultraviolet resonant properties.

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