Brookhaven Women In Science Lecture

"Goldhaber Prize 2017 Announcement & Talk"

Anna Gura, Stony Brook University

Thursday, June 29, 2017, 12:00 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510

Title of Talk: Local modulation of carrier density in graphene-ferroelectric field effect transistors through flexoelectric switching

Anna is a PhD candidate working under the advisement of Dr. Matthew Dawber in the Artificially Layered Ferroelectric Oxides group at Stony Brook University (SBU). Her PhD thesis work focuses on the use of a ferroelectric (FE) material to harness the electric functionalities of graphene (Gr) by engineering Gr-FE Field Effect Transistors. In these devices, the underlying FE superlattice layer is used to control the charge state of the Gr channel. This work deals with various aspects of growth, fabrication and characterization of thin films, superlattices, and nano-scale devices.

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