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2016-01-14: Our paper in APL has been selected as part of "most excellent recent papers that report significant advances in 2D materials beyond graphene" by the editors. See the list here.

2016-01-07: Our work on using CVD MoS2 for flexible electronics is covered by technical news media. NanoWerk, Nanotechweb

2015-12-01: Advanced Materials publication is available online: Large-Area Monolayer MoS2 for Flexible Low-Power RF Nanoelectronics in the GHz Regime.

2015-11-31: Poster presented at MRS, Fall 2015. Nominated for "BEST POSTER AWARD".

2015-10-21: Amit Banerjee, a high school student who worked with me over summer, presented his research which involved CVD growth of MoS2 and Solar Cell design and fabrication at the Texas Junior Academy of Science (TJAS) Research Competition at Texas A&M. He was awarded first place in the Engineering - Energy category and got invited to become a Lifetime Fellow of the American Junior Academy of Science. Congrats Amit!!!

2015-10-02: Presented our work at Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, New York University.

2015-09-04: Presented our work at Dept. of Physics, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

2015-07-15: Nano Letters publication is available online: Thermal Oxidation of WSe2 Nanosheets Adhered on SiO2/Si Substrates.

2015-07-08: Nano Letters publication is available online: Radio Frequency Transistors and Circuits Based on CVD MoS2.

2015-06-26: Nano Letters publication is available online: Air Stable Doping and Intrinsic Mobility Enhancement in Monolayer Molybdenum Disulfide by Amorphous Titanium Suboxide Encapsulation.

2015-06-23: Nature Communications publication is available online: Revealing the planar chemistry of two-dimensional heterostructures at the atomic level.

2015-04-10: Ankit's work on CVD-MoS2 is highlighted in the UT-Austin ECE website. Read here.

2015-02-09: Applied Physics Letters publication is available online: Top-gated chemical vapor deposited MoS2 field-effect transistors on Si3N4 substrates.

2014-12-05: Seminar talk presented at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NYU.

2014-12-04: Latest MoS2 growth, characterization and device results presented at MRS, Fall 2014.

2014-07-24: Our work on using microwave impedance microscopy to map mesoscale imperfections in CVD MoS2 is covered by technical news media. Nanotechweb

2014-07-16: Nano Letters publication is available online: Mesoscale imperfections in MoS2 atomic layers grown by a vapor transport technique.