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Leslie Chan, Ph.D. 2019

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Maboudian

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Research Interests: Nanotechnology, two-dimensional materials, graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, large-scale fabrication
Job Interests: Industry R&D, product development

BIOGRAPHY
received her S.B. in Chemical Engineering and M.S. in Chemical Engineering Practice from MIT in 2013 and 2014, respectively. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate with Professor Roya Maboudian in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UC Berkeley. Her research interests lie in the synthesis and defect engineering of two-dimensional materials for device applications, with an emphasis on industrial compatibility.

Transfer-Free Synthesis of Graphene on Insulating Substrates [BPN875]
Graphene has become one of the pinnacles of nanomaterials research, touted for its manifold applications and potential as “the next silicon” in electronics. At this time, integrated production
of graphene-based devices remains a barrier, requiring a process that is reliable, large-scale, and
compatible with conventional fabrication approaches. One common method for graphene synthesis is
chemical vapor deposition (CVD) on metal substrates, which requires a transfer step to target
materials (e.g., insulating substrates for device applications). However, this extra transfer step
often leads to wrinkles, contamination, and breakage that can lead to poor device performance. This
project seeks to devise a robust method for growing high-quality, wafer-scale, mono/bi-layer graphene
directly on insulating substrates such as SiO2, enabling efficient and coherent incorporation of
graphene for next-generation devices.


Current Active Projects:
BPN875
 

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