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Grigoropoulos C P. Laser synthesis and functionalization of nanostructures. Int. J. Extrem. Manuf. 1, 012002 (2019).
Citation: Grigoropoulos C P. Laser synthesis and functionalization of nanostructures. Int. J. Extrem. Manuf. 1, 012002 (2019).

Laser synthesis and functionalization of nanostructures


doi: 10.1088/2631-7990/ab0eca
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  • Publish Date: 2019-12-01
  • The fundamental study of laser material interactions across length and time scales in the context of laser microprocessing and maskless nanomanufacturing has been the subject of intense research interest. Understanding of the associated energy transport phenomena has opened the way to applications on micro/nanofabrication, the synthesis of nanomaterials and their integration into electronic and energy devices. New methods have been introduced for the localized structural modification, growth and assembly of nanostructures. This article presents recent work on the nanoscale crystallization of semiconductor materials applied to structural color metasurfaces, the directed growth of semiconductor materials with high spatial and temporal resolution, and the laser modification of two-dimensional layered semiconductors, including the demonstration of spatially selective and stable doping.
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Laser synthesis and functionalization of nanostructures

doi: 10.1088/2631-7990/ab0eca
  • Laser Thermal Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 6129 Etcheverry Hall, Berkeley CA 94720-1740, United States of America

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The fundamental study of laser material interactions across length and time scales in the context of laser microprocessing and maskless nanomanufacturing has been the subject of intense research interest. Understanding of the associated energy transport phenomena has opened the way to applications on micro/nanofabrication, the synthesis of nanomaterials and their integration into electronic and energy devices. New methods have been introduced for the localized structural modification, growth and assembly of nanostructures. This article presents recent work on the nanoscale crystallization of semiconductor materials applied to structural color metasurfaces, the directed growth of semiconductor materials with high spatial and temporal resolution, and the laser modification of two-dimensional layered semiconductors, including the demonstration of spatially selective and stable doping.

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