Graphene -- a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice. (Credit: Wikipedia.)

Texas A&M Physicist Alexey Belyanin Sheds New Light on Graphene’s Properties and Future of Nanophotonic Device Design

Sep 29, 2019
“Graphene is an amazing material for our Information Age. It conducts electricity like a metal, but it is almost completely transparent, so it can be used as a transparent contact in smart displays, lasers and other optoelectronic devices. You can make atomically flat transistors, waveguides, modulators or detectors of light out of graphene for future integrated photonic circuits.”
Dr. Alexey Belyanin, Texas A&M physicist