Andreas Isacsson

Department of Physics
Division of Condensed Matter Physics

Phone: +46 31 772 3187
Office: Origo north, room O7114
Research focus:
Nanomechanics and thermal transport in graphene and 2D systems. Nonlinear dynamics, nanomechanical sensing, dissipation mechanisms. 
Theoretical methods:
Pen and paper, molecular dynamics, stochastic simulations

Focus of future research:
  • Thermoelasticity of 2D materials
  • Continuum models of GRM and GRM composites
  • Thermal rectification and active thermo-mechanical devices with 2D materials

Highlights of recent research:

Nonlinear mode coupling and energy-dependent relaxation in graphene resonators

J. Guttinger et al., “Energy-dependent path of dissipation in nanomechanical resonators",
Nature Nanotechnology 12, 631 (2017)
D. Shiri  and A. Isacsson, “Dynamic in situ control of heat rectification using electrostatically induced strain”,
arXiv:1707.0652 (2017).

A. Isacsson et al., "Scaling properties of polycrystalline graphene" 2D Materials 4, 012002 (2017)

Published: Thu 16 Nov 2017.