Francois Peeters Uni Antwerp (BELGIUM)

Sefaattin Tongay Arizona State Uni (USA)

Patrick Vogt Technische Uni Berlin (GERMANY)

Rahul Nair, Uni of Manchester, (United Kingdom)

Nathan Newman Arizona State Uni (USA)

Angel Rubio Uni San Sebastian(SPAIN)

Andres-Castellanos Gomez, IMDEA Nanoscience Madrid (SPAIN)

Arthur F. Hebard, University of Florida, (USA)

Guy Le Lay, Aix-Marseille University, (FRANCE)

Andrey Chaves, Universidade Federal do Ceara (BRASIL)

Jun Kang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA)

Engin Torun, University du Luxembourg (LUXEMBOURG)

Our Collaborators

  • Francois M. Peeters, University of Antwerp, BELGIUM
    We frequently perform collaborative theoretical studies with Condensed Matter Theory (CMT) team led by Francois
  • Sefaattin Tongay, Arizona State University, USA
    Sefaattin's team has a strong expertise on experimental tools (HRTEM, PL, STM, Raman, XRD) and synthesis techniques of 2D crystals
  • Patrick Vogt Technische Universitat Berlin, GERMANY
    Experimental synthesis and modification of Silicene and STM, ARPES, AFM and Raman measurements
  • Rahul Nair The University of Manchester, UK
    Rahul Nair, from the 2010 Nobel prize-winning team of Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov, performs experiments on graphene, fluorographene and graphane
  • Nathan Newman Arizona State University, USA
    Experimetal studies on Microwave Ceramic Dielectrics
  • Andrew Walter Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
    Experimental studies on fluorination of graphene and similar crystals. STM, ARPES, TEM and XRD measurements
  • Angel Rubio Max Plank Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter at Hamburg, GERMANY
    Nano-Bio Spectroscopy Group led by Angel focuses on theoretical studies on the optical properties of molecular and crystal structures
  • Andres-Castellanos Gomez IMDEA Nanoscience Madrid, SPAIN
    Prof Gomez's team has a solid expertise on synthesis and characterization of two-dimesional crystals such as MoS2, black phosphorus and TiS3
  • Arthur F. Hebard University of Florida, USA
    Experimental studies on determination and manipulation of magnetism in novel structures
  • Guy Le Lay Aix-Marseille University, FRANCE
    Experimental synthesis and characterization of Silicene
  • Andrey Chaves Universidade Federal do Ceara, Departamento de Fisica, BRASIL
    Theoretical investigation of excitonic properties and screening properties of two-dimensional crystals
  • Jun Kang Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
    First-principles calculations of structural, electronic and vibrational properties of graphenelike crystals
  • Engin Torun University du Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
    Theoretical calculations on the optical properties of ultra-thin crystal structures