Scalable two-dimensional materials advance future-gen electronics


Scientists are increasingly focused on two-dimensional materials and unlocking their true potential. However, growing high quality, crystalline 2-D materials at scale is a significant challenge. This fantastic team from our STARnet LEAST center took that challenge head-on and made noteworthy advances in the controlled deposition of high-quality WSe2 via MOCVD.

Well done LEAST, Penn St., UT/Dallas, and collaborators.

The STARnet Center for Low Energy Systems Technology (LEAST) has explored new concepts for transistors to dramatically lower the power requirements for electronics with findings like this since 2013. Learn more about LEAST STARnet here 

STARnet Members have access to this research paper and materials since 2017, nearly six months before journal publication. STARnet Members can learn more about LEAST research and find related publications here. The nCORE NEWLIMITS Center will look to further mature this area of emerging research.

More from this author here.

External links:

Read the Phys.Org article here.

Read the publication in ACS Publications here.

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