About this Research Topic
Two-dimensional materials (graphene, MoS2, Black Phosphorus et.) can enable high performance sensors or novel sensors with new functionalities, which can open widely applications. Moreover, two-dimensional materials can be the building blocks for various type of sensors, such as photodectors, strain/pressure sensors, gas sensors, bio sensors, acoustic sensors and thermal sensors etc. The two-dimensional material sensors can be also expended by creating two-dimensional heterostructures. This special Issue aims to introduce the two-dimensional materials with the combination of micro- and nano-fabrications and heterostructures. Topics in general include, but are not limited, to:
Two-dimensional materials/heterostructures-based sensors: 2D material growth, transfer, fabrication, device prototype and demo
Two-dimensional materials/heterostructures as photodetectors
Graphene or other 2D materials-based strain/pressure sensors
Two-dimensional materials as bio-sensors Two-dimensional materials for acoustic or thermal sensing applications
Keywords: Two-dimensional materials, graphene, black phosphorus, photodetectors, physical sensors
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