Physics of Nanosystems

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Welcome to the Weitz lab!

We investigate (quantum-) charge transport in nanoscopic materials such as graphene. Furthermore, we are interested in the electronic properties of organic materials as well as their use for sensors.

Join our group - we are looking for students at all entry levels.


Selected publications (complete publication list):

Graphene Nanoribbon Transistor"Electrical Characteristics of Field-Effect Transistors based on Chemically Synthesized Graphene Nanoribbons"

U. Zschieschang, H. Klauk, I. B. Müller, A. J. Strudwick, T. Hintermann, M. G. Schwab, A. Narita, X. Feng, K. Müllen, and R. T. Weitz

Advanced Electronic Materials, 2015,

DOI: 10.1002/aelm.201400010


Charge transport in MoS2"Bulk Transport and Contact Limitation of MoS2 Multilayer Flake Transistors Untangled via Temperature-Dependent Transport Measurements"

I. Vladimirov, C. Chow, A.-J. Strudwick, W. Kowalsky, M. G. Schwab, D. Kälblein, and R. T. Weitz

physica status solidi (a) 212, 2059 (2015)




Dually gated bilayer graphene flake"Broken-Symmetry States in Doubly Gated Suspended Bilayer Graphene"

R.T. Weitz, M.T. Allen, B.E. Feldman, J. Martin, and A. Yacoby

Science 330, 812 (2010)





AFM image of organic semiconducting film“Organic n-Channel Transistors Based on Core-Cyanated Perylene Carboxylic Diimide Derivatives”

R.T. Weitz, K. Amsharov, U. Zschieschang, E. Barrena Villas, D.K. Goswami, M. Burghard, H. Dosch, M. Jansen, K. Kern, and H. Klauk

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, 4637 (2008)