Graphene Electronics : Device Fabrication and Electronic Transport
Graphene, the novel two-dimensional system that is composed of one-atom-thick carbon honeycombs, has emerged in the past few years as a promising material for both fundamental research and applications. In this dissertation, we develop reliably working fabrication techniques for high-electronic-quality single- and dual-gated graphene devices. We investigate various electronic transport phenomena in graphene field-effect-transistors and bipolar junctions by means of multi-terminal measurements, and explore graphene’s potential applications in the fields of quantum resistance metrology and Landau emitters.
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