Our paper entitled “Mobility Enhancement in Graphene by in situ Reduction of Random Strain Fluctuations” appeared in Phys. Rev. Lett. Bumps on a road slow down our pace, so do corrugations in graphene to travelling electrons. By flattening the corrugations
3rd Graphene workshop 21-22 June, 2018 This year we had organized the graphene workshop for the 3rd time, which again was really successful, with interesting talks from all over Europe. See you next year! Some impressions: The program: Thursday
Simon Zihlmann successfully defended his PhD thesis “Spin and charge relaxation in graphene” on Friday 13th of April. We welcomed Prof. Dr. Bart J. van Wees (Univ. Groningen) and Porf. Dr. Christoph Stampfer (Univ. Aachen) as external PhD committee members.
One of the key properties of graphene for spintronics is its capability to transport spins over long distances unaltered. However, the need to manipulate the spins for information processing and storage is also of fundamental importance. The two dimensional heterostructure