Ambroise Castaing

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Silicon carbide has long been hailed as the successor to silicon in many power electronics applications. Its superior electrical and thermal properties have delivered devices that operate at higher voltages, higher temperatures and with lower on-resistances than silicon devices. However, SiC Schottky diodes are still the only devices commercially available(More)
This paper presents a novel sensor device based on chemically modified Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite (HOPG). Biosensor diagnostics based on bio-functionalised semiconductor devices are an important development in ultrasensitive sensors for early detection of disease biomarkers. Electrochemical devices using chemically modified graphite (CMG) channels(More)
Ti is often used to form an initial Ohmic interface between ZnO and Au due to its low work function, and the TiO2/ZnO heterojunction is also of great importance for many practical applications of nanoparticles. Here, Ti has been controllably deposited onto hydrothermally grown ZnO nanowires and the formation of metal-semiconductor contact has been(More)
The development of miniaturised systems for detection of disease biomarkers, at clinically relevant concentrations in biological samples, is key in the early diagnosis and monitoring of diseases. This paper presents the development of novel antibody functionalized epitaxial graphene devices for bio-sensing applications. Epitaxial graphene has been grown on(More)
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