Derya Atac and Ramazan Oguzhan Apaydin

Ultra-thin layers of crystalline materials containing carbon, boron and nitrogen are very promising for demonstrating fundamental physics in solid state systems and expected to enable a rich variety of electronic properties, potentially resulting in new applications. The technologies available nowadays have however clear drawbacks limiting material’s industrial relevance. In this project we aim to develop controllable deposition processes of the targeted materials to eliminate the drawbacks and explore the potential applications.