Rostislav Aleksandrov Doganov
Fri, 18/03/2016 – 12:15pm to 1:30pm
S16, Level 6, Theory conference room
Abstract: This month marks two years since the first publications on exfoliated ultrathin black phosphorus. During this time the research on this novel 2D semiconductor has rapidly increased and now amounts to more than 500 papers. Our lab at CA2DM has been actively involved in the study of the electronic transport properties of few-layer phosphorene from the very start, and in this talk I will share my perspective on the topic. I will cover already published experimental results from the past two years, as well as recent results on the controllable electron doping of few-layer black phosphorus using metal adatoms.