Giulia Tenasini receives an award for her oral contribution
Giulia Tenasini, PhD student in our group, has received an award for her Oral Contribution presented at the “Graphene2020 Virtual International Conference & Expo” (October 19-23, 2020) and entitled: “Giant Anomalous Hall Effect in quasi-2D Layered Antiferromagnet Co1/3NbS2.
Creating custom light using 2D materials
Researchers from UNIGE and the University of Manchester have discovered structures based on two-dimensional materials that emit tailor-made light in any colour you could wish for.
RTS1 CQFD “Le noir plus noir que noir”, interview of Prof. Alberto Morpurgo
There was the black colour. There is now an even more black coulour. An ultra-black that is of particular interest to artists who can now rely on scientists to get ever closer to the black.
A family of finite-temperature electronic phase transitions in graphene multilayers
The discovery of graphene –a single crystalline sheet of carbon atoms– represents a true breakthrough because not only showcases the amazing level of material control that has been reached, but also it has enabled the observation of a plethora of fascinating physical phenomena. It has been...