(Purdue News) Rare element to provide better material for high-speed electronics
Jun 2018 | Featured Research
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University researchers have discovered a two-dimensional nanomaterial derived from the rare element tellurium that may change how infrared technology is used...
August 21, 2018: Our paper in collaboration with Prof. Peide Ye’s group titled "Quantum Transport and Band Structure Evolution under High Magnetic Field in Few-Layer Tellurene" is published in Nano Letters. Congratulations!
August 17, 2018: Our review paper titled: Tellurene: its physical properties, scalable nanomanufacturing, and device applications is published in Chemical Society Reviews. Congratulations!
July 20, 2018: Wenzhuo gives an invited talk at GlobalFoundries Singapore. Thanks for the kind invitation! It is so great to see so many old friends!
July 19, 2018: Wenzhuo gives an invited talk at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Energy Storage and Conversion (APEnergy 2018) in Singapore. Thanks for the kind invitation, and the inspiring discussions!
Jun 13, 2018: Purdue Research Foundation reported the news: "New 2-dimensional nanomaterial shows promise for high-speed electronics, defense tools and biochemical detection devices".