Sergey Kubatkin

Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience
Quantum Device Physics Laboratory

Phone: +46 731 428873
Office: MC2, room D418
Research focus:
My group aims at developing material science and electronic applications of 2D materials
grown orderly on single crystal surfaces. Some recent examples based on graphene are: quantum resistance
stadards, all-carbon nanoelectronic devices, chemical sensing with novel 2D metals and advanced terahertz
Experimental methods:
Microfabrication in cleanroom environment, growth characterization of 2D
materials through collaboration with surface scientists, electron transport properties at low temperatures.
Focus of future research:
  • Novel two dimensional systems, from growth to applications
  • Epitaxial graphene for metrology, sensing and electronics
  • Electron transport in graphene nanoribbons

Highlights of previous research:
First demonstration of importance of epitaxial graphene for quantum metrology:
"Towards a quantum resistance standard based on epitaxial graphene",
Nature Nanotechnology, 5, 186 (2010)

First practical graphene-based resistance standard:
"Operation of graphene quantum Hall resistance standard in a cryogen-free tabletop system"
2D Mater. 2 035015 (2015)

Published: Tue 20 Feb 2018.