Outstanding innovative work in the field of 2D materials

Andrey Turchanin, shown here at the ’Ultra High Vacuum Multiprobe System&r
Andrey Turchanin, shown here at the ’Ultra High Vacuum Multiprobe System’ in a laboratory at the Center for Energy and Environmental Chemistry (CEEC Jena II), is the spokesperson for the award-winning team. Image: Nicole Nerger/Universität Jena
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The honored team: Andrey Turchanin (from left), Dr. Falk Eilenberger, Dr. Antony George and laboratory manager Dr. Christof Neumann.

Two-dimensional materials are currently among the most promising materials of all. Thanks to their low thickness of one or a few atomic layers, which leads to a wide range of chemical and physical properties, they have enormous application potential for very different fields.

For example, they are considered a powerful alternative in the field of computer technology, where silicon components are increasingly reaching their performance limits. ...
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