2D-materials for (opto)electronics and energy applications
|Date and time||29.03.2019 – 10:00 › 11:30|
|Place and room|
Dr. Francesco Bonaccorso
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
|Category||Conferences - Seminars|
2D crystals are emerging as promising materials1-5 to improve the performance of existing devices or enable new ones.1-5 A key requirement for the implementation of 2D materials in applications as flexible (opto)electronics and energy is the development of industrial-scale, reliable, inexpensive production processes,2 while providing a balance between ease of fabrication and final product quality.
In this talk I will show how the production of 2D materials by solution processing2,6 represents a simple and cost-effective pathway towards the development of 2D materials-based (opto)electronic and energy devices, presenting huge integration flexibility compared to other production methods. Here, I will first present our strategy to produce 2D materials on large scale by wet-jet milling7 of their bulk counterpart and then provide an overview of their applications for flexible and printed (opto)electronic and energy devices.3,8,9,10,11,12,13,14