Sungjae Cho, Ph.D.

2011 Physics University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Two-dimensional Materials
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Michael S. Fuhrer grad student 2011 University of Maryland
 (Electronic transport in Dirac materials: Graphene and a topological insulator(bismuth telluride).)
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Kim S, Myeong G, Park J, et al. (2020) Monolayer Hexagonal Boron Nitride Tunnel Barrier Contact for Low-Power Black Phosphorus Heterojunction Tunnel Field-Effect Transistors. Nano Letters
Li L, Zhang J, Myeong G, et al. (2020) Gate-Tunable Reversible Rashba-Edelstein Effect in a Few-Layer Graphene/2H-TaS2 Heterostructure at Room Temperature. Acs Nano
Kim S, Myeong G, Shin W, et al. (2020) Thickness-controlled black phosphorus tunnel field-effect transistor for low-power switches. Nature Nanotechnology
Lee JI, Jang S, Cho S, et al. (2016) Evolution of various quantum transport properties in a suspended disordered graphene device by the high bias voltage exposure Current Applied Physics. 16: 731-737
Ping J, Yudhistira I, Ramakrishnan N, et al. (2014) Disorder-induced magnetoresistance in a two-dimensional electron system. Physical Review Letters. 113: 047206
Cho S, Moon BJ, Son DI, et al. (2014) Dye-sensitized solar cells with ZnO nanoparticles fabricated at low temperature Journal of the Korean Physical Society. 65: 1430-1434
Cho S, Dellabetta B, Yang A, et al. (2013) Symmetry protected Josephson supercurrents in three-dimensional topological insulators. Nature Communications. 4: 1689
Cho S, Kim D, Syers P, et al. (2012) Topological insulator quantum dot with tunable barriers. Nano Letters. 12: 469-72
Kim D, Cho S, Butch NP, et al. (2012) Surface conduction of topological Dirac electrons in bulk insulating Bi 2Se 3 Nature Physics. 8: 459-463
Cho S, Butch NP, Paglione J, et al. (2011) Insulating behavior in ultrathin bismuth selenide field effect transistors. Nano Letters. 11: 1925-7
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