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题目:Novel Fabrication Method and Device Applications of Graphene

时间:2017612  下午3:305:00

地点:玉泉校区信电楼117

报告人:任天令    

专家介绍

Prof. Tian-Ling Ren is Changjiang Distinguished Professor of Ministry of Education, and Distinguished Young Scholar of National Nature Science Foundation of China. Prof. Ren also serves as Vice President of IEEE Electron Devices Society, and Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Electron Devices Society.

Prof. Ren got his Ph.D. from Department of Modern Applied Physics, Tsinghua University in 1997, and has been full professor of Institute of Microelectronics of Tsinghua University since 2003.

Prof. Ren has undertaken many important research projects such as National Natural Science Foundation, and National High Technology Program of Ministry of Science and Technology. Prof. Ren’s research interest covers a broad range of advanced micro- and nano- devices and systems, including 2D-material based devices, sensors and MEMS, memory device, flexible devices, etc. Prof. Ren has published more than 350 papers in international journals and conferences, and more than 50 patents.

报告内容

In the past few years, graphene-based flexible devices become a hot topic worldwide. They have provided promising applications including flexible circuits, flexible batteries, flexible displays and electronic skins. Graphene has the advantages of high mobility, excellent thermal and electrical conductivities, high elasticity, tunable band gap, quantum electronic transport, and high mechanical strength. However, conventional fabrication method has high complexity and cost. In this talk, will introduce a fast, low-cost and simple fabrication method to generate graphene. A laser platform is applied to reduce graphene oxide into graphene. In addition, the fabricated graphene shows significant performance in thermal and wearable applications. At last, will describe some device application examples based on graphene, such as the flexible and tunable graphene strain sensors, graphene earphone, and graphene artificial throat, etc.