Graphene -- Synthesis -- Technological innovations, Superconductors, Niobium -- Industrial application, Raman spectroscopy, Chemical vapor deposition
Since its isolation by mechanical exfoliation in 2004, graphene has attracted enormous interest from the scientific community not the least because of its unique physical and electronic properties. Among these, graphene’s ballistic electron transport and proximity induced superconductivity make graphene-superconductor (GS) hybrid structures a scientifically promising area.
Ekeya, Robin and Zietz, Otto, "Direct Synthesis of Graphene on Niobium and Niobium Nitride" (2018). Undergraduate Research & Mentoring Program. 27.