Single Molecular Probing Goes on Conveyor
03 Sep 2017
Dr. Ivan Bobrinetskiy and PhD student Aleksey Emelianov participated in the 14th European Conference on Molecular Electronics (ECME), which was organized by TU Dresden, Germany, August 29th -September 2d, 2017. Our scientists presented posters on topics “Organic field effect transistors with molecular channel formed between single-walled carbon nanotubes” and “3D laser patterning of graphene oxide films”. Alongside more than 300 scientists presented their researches in organic and molecular electronics. Unfortunately, none of Enterprises and SMEs that is a lot in Germany did not presented their results in bringing organic electronics to market. Nevertheless the number of talks in organic photovoltaics…
Carbon Nanotubes and Organic Electronics in Saint Petersburg’s Summer
14 Jul 2017
Two nanotechnology-oriented conferences hold in Saint Petersburg. From 4 to 8 June in St. Petersburg was the 13th International Conference on Organic Electronics. The post-graduate student of our group took part in the poster session of the conference with the report "The role of carbon lattice functionalization on transport properties in polyaniline molecular channel formed in the gap between single-walled carbon nanotubes". The conference covered the topics in the main problems of organic electronics: new materials with high mobility, high quantum yield and extinction, reducing defects in films, growing large single crystals and studying their characteristics. Separately it is worthwhile…
NanoWerk published news in Nanotechnology Spotlights about our paper
19 Jun 2017
The researchers observed that the sensor response to ammonia is highly sensitive to humidity. When humidity increases, the sensor has higher response to ammonia vapors.Read more: Moisture enhances ammonia sensitivity of carbon nanotubes 
Light guides the evolution of graphene
28 Oct 2016
Graphene is very promising for new electronics devices because of extraordinary electrical and optical properties. The standard routes for graphene patterning and processing are based on conventional microelectronics technology. This suggest covering the graphene by resist and patterning it by high-energy rays (UV, electron beam). This cause the impurities on the surface of graphene that alter the properties of graphene and demands for additional procedures of cleaning and restoration. Group of scientist from Russia, Spain and Germany has suggested new route for graphene materials processing that can change the technology of graphene bases electronics. The researchers from National Research University…

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