Charge Transport andMagnetic Asymmetry in Graphene,Bilayer Grapheneand Graphite byHFEPR Spectroscopy
Lector: Dr. Petr Neugebauer
Institution: Brno University of Technology, CEITEC VUT
Field: Advanced Materials and Nanosciences
About the project
I propose a new method of studying the charge transport in graphene, bilayer graphene and graphite by high-field/high-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance (HFEPR) spectroscopy. This method presents great advantages over the current methods due to its contactless nature and the possibility of industrial applications. It allows for studying the effects of an out-of-plane magnetic field applied to samples, an experiment that is very difficult to perform by traditional approaches.
I see myself as a renown researcher in the field of condensed matter physics, establishing my own research group in the Czech Republic, preferably in Brno, and bridging fundamental research with regional industry.
What do I like most about Brno
I love Brno because it is a booming city with a growing high-tech and IT industry, attracting talent from all over the world. While it is not a big city, It has all the advantages of one, making life here fun and interesting.