Functional low dimensional materials: from fundamental studies to additively manufactured devices
|Dates:||13 October 2021|
|Times:||13:00 - 14:00|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Photon Science Institute|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Current University students|
|Speaker:||Dr Lyudmila Turyanska|
Join us for this PSI seminar with guest speaker Dr Lyudmila Turyanska. In this seminar, Dr Turyanska will present the recent work on 0D and 2D materials, and their integration with additive manufacturing (3D printing) of devices. Synthesis of perovskite nanocrystals with different composition and morphology enable fine-tuning of their optical properties for exploitation in a number of optoelectronic devices, such as photon sensors and LEDs. Of particular interest graphene-based 2D/0D heterostructures, where surface decoration with nanocrystals provides a route to fabrication of ultra-sensitive photon detectors operational in the UV to NIR wavelength range. To enable upscaling of the device fabrication, we integrate low-dimensional materials with additive manufacturing processes, which also offer opportunities for in situ and post-deposition control of the material properties as well as geometrical design freedom. Dr Turyanska's group use the inkjet deposition of 0D and 2D materials to fabricate conductive and dielectric layers, as well as optically active layer and demonstrate fully 3D printed devices (e.g. FET). Potential applications of inkjet printed low-dimensional materials for optoelectronics, including stretchable and bendable devices, will be discussed.
This event will be taking place online and furthers details about the event and how to join will be made available shortly.
Dr Lyudmila Turyanska
Organisation: University of Nottingham
Biography: Research of Dr Turyanska is focused on functional low-dimensional materials, from growth and studies of fundamental properties of 0D and 2D materials, hybrid low dimensional composites for optoelectronic devices to multifunctional nanoprobes for medical imaging and nanomedicine.
Travel and Contact Information
This event will take place online