Atomistic Simulations of Hybrid Films for Two-Dimensional Materials using Ab-Initio Methods | Department of Physics

Atomistic Simulations of Hybrid Films for Two-Dimensional Materials using Ab-Initio Methods

The aim of the project is to perform extensive investigations of the electronic structure, mechanical, magnetic, and optical properties of hybrid films of various two-dimensional materials such as Graphene, h-Boron Nitride, and Transition Metal Dichalcogenides. These two-dimensional materials exhibits interesting opto-electronic properties. We believe that the hybrid films and nano-structures of these materials can result into materials with a band gap, which can exhibit some distinct and tunable properties, that could be suitable for opto-electronics or other device applications . This is funded by DST project under Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists.
 

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Associate Professor