The ORGIU research group focuses on understanding novel electronic and optical phenomena occuring in molecular solids such as organic (semi)conductors or 2D materials such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs).
The research group activity involves micro- and nanofabrication of two- and three-terminal devices (capacitors, diodes, transistors) and their characterization at low T (down to 1.8 K) and under high magnetic fields (up to 9 T).
In particular, the research interests of the newly formed group will be devoted to the understanding of magnetoresistance, thermal transport and thermoelectricity within the above-mentioned (semi)conductor systems. All these combined measurements can provide a great deal of information on the electronic properties of the materials and their potential for being used in applications for energy or electronics.
A peculiar aspect of Prof ORGIU's research program is that it combines the use of supramolecular approaches with graphene and TMDCs for exploring novel physical scenarios arising from the combination of molecules and 2D materials. Further, we would like to master supramolecular interactions through molecular design in order to unravel new physical scenarios for spin and heat transport in organic semiconductors and 2D materials.
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Recherche collaborative Québec-Flandre
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Excellence scientifique internationale
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Une diversité d’expertises
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