Much of our research program is directed at understanding the interplay between geometric and electronic structure at interfaces as well as in solid-state materials and to examine how this translates to functional properties. Our research thus spans the range from materials synthesis, mechanistic understanding of crystal growth processes, and structural characterization to device integration and mechanistic studies of catalysis and intercalation phenomena. We further seek to translate fundamental understanding of interfaces and materials to develop functional thin films and devices for a wide range of applications ranging from Mott memory to thermochromic window coatings and thin films for the corrosion protection of steel.

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  • Dennis, R. V., Fleer, N. A., Davidson, R. D., & Banerjee, S. (2016). Graphene Coatings for the Corrosion Protection of Base Metals. Graphene Technology: From Laboratory to Fabrication. (pp. 155-176). Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
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Texas A&M University; Chemistry; 3255 TAMU
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