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Konstantin Novoselov

Sir Konstantin Novoselov

Sir Konstantin Novoselov

Research Fellow

Interests and expertise (Subject groups)

Grants awarded

Scheme: Royal Society Research Professorship

Organisation: University of Manchester

Dates: Oct 2014-Sep 2019

Value: £802,030.29

Summary: This project summary is not available for publication.

2D Materials with Tailored Properties for Novel Applications

Scheme: University Research Fellowship

Organisation: University of Manchester

Dates: Oct 2011-Sep 2014

Value: £316,695.46

Summary: This project summary is not available for publication.

Quantum Phenomena in Free-Standing Atomically-Thin Graphitic Films

Scheme: University Research Fellowship

Organisation: University of Manchester

Dates: Oct 2006-Sep 2011

Value: £470,564

Summary: Graphene is a novel two-dimensional material - it consists of one layer of carbon atoms packed into a hexagonal structure. It’s unique electronic, optical and mechanical properties make this material extremely interesting for applications in microelectronics and composite materials. Over the last year we concentrated on the unusual electronic properties of this material. The progress in production of graphene allowed us to obtain devices with extremely high quality – thousands times better than typical silicon transistors. This immediately led to the observation of several exciting effects in electronic properties of this material.

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