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International Programs Grow

Edward H. Conrad and Claire Berger

School of Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology

International Programs Grow
The GT MRSEC has expanded its international collaborative graphene research. Five new groups from France and Germany will now participate in the development of graphene electronics.

graphene electron structure

A high resolution image of graphene’s electron structure taken at Dr. Barrett’s lab in the SPCSI laboratory in Saclay France.

Through a new Partner University Fund grant from the French embassy, the GT MRSEC has expanded its international collaboration to explore novel ways to make solid state switches that go beyond current Field Effect Transistors. The collaboration will take advantage of the unusual quantum properties of graphene to make new switching devices.