Overview


The main lab is a cryofree low temperature high magnetic field measurement facility consisting of six individual setups. These range from – VTI systems with magnetic fields up to 16T to top-loading dilution refridgerators with vector fields and base temperatures up to 20 mK. A more detailed (B-T) parameter space which can be explored with the various systems is shown below.

Lab Facilities


Low Temperature Lab

9T cryofree superconducting magnet

12T cryofree superconducting magnet

16T cryofree superconducting magnet

Dilfridge

Electromagnet Setup with RF measurement capability up to 40 GHz

Cryogen free VTI

Characterization Lab

CVD Furnace

FumeHood

Potentiostat-Galvanostat

GloveBox

The following equipment are being setup:

  • Annealing Furnace
  • For Battery and Supercapacitor Characterization:
      • Surface Area Analyser

Synthesis Lab

There will be a new lab operational from December, 2014. It will be a 100 sq. m. space dedicated to the synthesis of highly crystalline Graphene and other 2D materials.

On-Campus Facilities


The key to many of our projects is a 1000 sq. m. clean room facility at the Graphene Research Centre dedicated to device physics based on 2D crystals and their heterostructures. Other equipment are located in the Clean Room. Some of the key equipment at the facility are listed below. More information can be found on the GRC website.

  • Graphene Centre Class 100 and Class 1000 Cleanroom
  • JOEL 100 keV E-Beam Lithography system (JBX6300 FS)
  • FEI nanoSEM 230 Electron Beam Lithography
  • Kurt Lesker Nano36 Thermal Evaporator
  • Annealing Furnace
  • ALD
  • MBE
  • MicroRIE system
  • XRD
  • BRUKER Dimension FastScan AFM/MFM
  • UV-Vis Spectroscopy
  • Various Electron micrsocopes (SEMs and TEMs)
  • Raman Microscope
  • AJA 6 source co-sputtering tool

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