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RAP opportunity at Naval Research Laboratory     NRL

Development of Two-Dimensional Hybrid Systems


Naval Research Laboratory, DC, Materials Science & Technology

opportunity location
64.15.85.B8464 Washington, DC 203755321


name email phone
Evgeniya Hristova Lock 202.767.0351


Our research involves the development of two-dimensional hybrid systems (e.g. graphene/nanocrystals and 2D materials heterostructures) and their integration into existing organic and inorganic platforms. We are interested in understanding the fundamental chemical, optical, and electrical properties of the hybrid systems, and their interactions with the environment and their substrates. For this purpose, we employ a large range of surface diagnostic techniques for materials characterization including XPS, AFM, SEM, XRD, and Raman spectroscopy. Electrical properties are characterized using electrical probe stations and physical property measurement systems. Optical properties are determined by ellipsometry, spectrophotometry among others. Device fabrication is particularly important for this program. All needed facilities are provided.



Lock EH, Delongchamp DM, Schmucker SW, et al: Carbon 86, 288-300, 2015

Lock EH, Baraket M, Laskoski M, et al: Nano Letters 12: 102, 2012


key words
Two-dimensional materials; Flexible electronics; Sensors; Devices; Plasma physics; Hybrid materials; Material functionalization; Heterostructures; Solid state physics;


Citizenship:  Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents
Level:  Open to Postdoctoral applicants


Base Stipend Travel Allotment Supplementation
$94,199.00 $3,000.00
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