A new paper describing the development and characterisation of high-speed Graphene-Silicon Schottky photodetectors has been published in RSC Nanoscale.
The work, led by PhD student Hakan Selvi and Tim Echtermeyer includes high-speed device characterisation performed in the Parkinson lab.
The new devices are broadband, high-speed, large-area and low-cost photodetectors which make use of the high transparancy and conductivity of graphene. These devices pave the way towards real-world applications for Graphene-Silicon detectors.
The paper is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C7NR09591K