Center for Nanostructured Graphene

Organization profile

Organisation profile

CNG – Center for Nanostructured Graphene – is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond), with a 54 mill. Dkr  grant, starting in February 2012 and running initially for six years.

The main partners in CNG are DTU Fotonik, DTU Fysik, DTU CEN, Aalborg University and DTU Nanotech which is the main stake-holder. The center is headed by Prof. Antti-Pekka Jauho from DTU Nanotech.The grant from DNRF finances  the research carried out by ten junior researchers (ph.d students and post-docs).  In addition,  many other researchers on the DTU campus  are independently financed stake-holders in CNG’s research program, so that all in all more than sixty persons contribute towards CNG’s goals (Oct 2013).

CNG focuses on basic research, but all its research projects have long-time perspectives which the aim at applications. CNG’s research profile has a broad range: it involves polymer chemists, nanofabrication specialists, experimental physicists, and condensed matter theorists using a wide palette of analytical and numerical techniques, including large scale simulations of nanodevices, ab initio electronic structure calculations, and theory of quantum transport.

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Research Output

2D materials integrated with metallic nanostructures: Fundamentals and optoelectronic applications

Yan, S., Zhu, X., Dong, J., Ding, Y. & Xiao, S., 1 Jan 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Nanophotonics. 24 p.

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Ab initio current-induced molecular dynamics

Lü, J-T., Leitherer, S., Papior, N. R. & Brandbyge, M., 2020, In : Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics). 101, 20, 201406.

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A library of ab initio Raman spectra for automated identification of 2D materials

Taghizadeh, A., Leffers, U., Pedersen, T. G. & Thygesen, K. S., 2020, In : Nature Communications. 11, 1, 10 p., 3011.

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Projects

Smart Colour: Remotely Adjustable Structural Plasmonic Colour

Keshavarz Hedayati, M., Kristensen, A. & Mortensen, N. A.

01/07/201630/06/2018

Project: Research

US-Sino-Danish plasmonics network: theory and development of hyperlenses and opto-electronic devices

Wubs, M., Zhang, J., Yan, W. & Wang, W.

01/01/201530/04/2016

Project: Research

Activities

Unprecedented transport properties of monolayer TMD devices: Experiment and theory

Kristen Kaasbjerg (Speaker)

15 Feb 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Fluctuation-driven Coulomb drag in interacting quantum dot systems

Kristen Kaasbjerg (Invited speaker)

16 Jul 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Environmental TEM for Materials Research

Thomas Willum Hansen (Guest lecturer)

11 Jun 201921 Jun 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsGuest lectures, external teaching and course activities at other universities

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Prizes

the European Optical Society Prize 2008

Xiao, Sanshui (Recipient), 2008

Prize: Prizes, scholarships, distinctions

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Press / Media

Nanotubes help engineer attractive electrons

Kristen Kaasbjerg

21/07/201622/07/2016

2 items of Media coverage

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