TU-Dx: Towards Applications of 2D Materials
strukturierte Doktoratsausbildung zur Stärkung wissenschaftlicher Exzellenz in Forschung und Lehre
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A material made up of just a single layer of atoms has no real "thickness" - it is therefore referred to as "2D materials". In 2010, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for this. In the meantime, a wealth of new effects has been discovered with such materials, and 2D materials have the potential to revolutionize entire areas of technology. In this doctoral college, their use for photovoltaics, nanoelectronics and biosensors is to be researched in particular. The materials are synthesized, characterized, simulated on the computer and technologically applied at the Vienna University of Technology. Physics, chemistry and electrical engineering are closely intertwined in both research and training.