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

May 2018
We investigate supercurrent in the quantum Hall regime in graphene devices with thin trenches in MRS Advances.

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February 2018
Our recent work on investigating supercurrent in the quantum Hall regime in graphene devices was published in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics.

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December 2016
Our 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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