Laser Enabled Transfer of 2D Materials


Leaf2D-image-small.png The core concept of the Leaf 2D consortium is the development of a novel nano-manufacturing technology based on laser transfer techniques, which will allow a chemical- and defect- free transfer of 2D materials with high precision for optoelectronic devices.

This research involves the collaboration of various academic institutions and industry.

Consortium objectives:
CVD deposition of high-quality continuous p-type Bi2Se3 alloys and their bandgap engineering.
High performance graphene-QDs photodetector device fabrication by laser transfer techniques.
Development of fabrication processes of the Si photonic platform, enabling the development of various types of emitters.

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