Andreas Hemmetter

Andreas Hemmetter
AMO GmbH | AMO · Graphene Department

Master of Science

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September 2018 - present
AMO GmbH
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • High-performance diodes for high-frequency applications based on low-capacitive 1D metal-insulator-graphene geometries
November 2016 - July 2018
ITMO University
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • - Perovskite-based optoelectronic devices with resonant nanoparticles - Nanostructured transparent plasmonic and graphene electrodes foroptoelectronics
Education
September 2016 - July 2018
ITMO University
Field of study
  • Nanooptics and Metamaterials
October 2013 - August 2016
Technische Universität Dresden
Field of study
  • Physics

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Publications (10)
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Over the past two decades, the research on two-dimensional materials has received much interest. Graphene is the most promising candidate regarding high frequency applications thus far due to is high carrier mobility. This review discusses the research about the employment of graphene in micro- and millimetre-wave circuits. The review starts with t...
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Flexible energy harvesting devices fabricated in scalable thin-film processes are crucial for wearable electronics and the Internet of Things. We present a flexible rectenna based on a one-dimensional junction metal–insulator–graphene diode, offering low-noise power detection at terahertz (THz) frequencies. The rectennas are fabricated on a flexibl...
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In article 2001210, Max C. Lemme and co‐workers highlight recent advances in 2D/3D heterostructures with graphene. The article demonstrates the advantages of metal‐insulator‐graphene diodes and graphene‐silicon Schottky diodes for radio frequency circuit applications and photodetection, with outstanding figures‐of‐merit comparable to or even outper...
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Flexible energy harvesting devices fabricated in scalable thin-film processes are important components in the field of wearable electronics and the Internet of Things. We present a flexible rectenna based on a one-dimensional junction metal-insulator-graphene diode, which offers low-noise power detection at terahertz (THz) frequencies. The rectenna...
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Diodes made of heterostructures of the 2D material graphene and conventional 3D materials are reviewed in this manuscript. Several applications in high frequency electronics and optoelectronics are highlighted. In particular, advantages of metal–insulator–graphene (MIG) diodes over conventional metal–insulator–metal diodes are discussed with respec...
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Diodes made of heterostructures of the 2D material graphene and conventional 3D materials are reviewed in this manuscript. Several applications in high frequency electronics and optoelectronics are highlighted. In particular, advantages of metal-insulator-graphene (MIG) diodes over conventional metal-insulator-metal diodes are discussed with respec...
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In article number 1800784, Sergey Makarov, Yuri Kivshar and co‐workers overview recent progress in the study of optical effects originating from nanostructured metal‐halide perovskites. They discuss various nanoantennas, nanowaveguides, metasurfaces, photonic crystals, and other types of nano‐ and micro‐structures with the halide perovskites. Final...
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Halide perovskites have emerged recently as promising materials for many applications in photo-voltaics and optoelectronics. Recent studies of their optical properties suggest many novel opportunities for a design of advanced nanophotonic devices due to low-cost fabrication, high values of the refractive index, existence of excitons at room tempera...

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