Month: March 2016

Master’s Thesis Defense: Isaac de Macedo Felix

Our first graduate student, Mr. Isaac de Macedo Felix, will present his Master’s thesis on Tuesday (29.03.2016) at 10:30 am, in the auditorium of the Physics Department (DFTE). The thesis, entitled “Thermal transport in graphene-hBN superlattice nanoribbons”, employed non-equilibrium molecular dynamics

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New paper accepted in Carbon – Amorphized graphene: a stiff material with low thermal conductivity.

Our latest paper “Amorphized graphene: a stiff material with low thermal conductivity”  has been accepted for publication in Carbon. In this work we show that amorphized graphene samples exhibit and unusual combination of high mechanical strength and low thermal conductivity.

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