Hongsuk Nam

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Large-area few-layer-MoS2 device arrays are desirable for scale-up applications in nanoelectronics. Here we present a novel approach for producing orderly arranged, pristine few-layer MoS2 flakes, which holds significant potential to be developed into a nanomanufacturing technology that can be scaled up. We pattern bulk MoS2 stamps using lithographic(More)
Layered transition-metal dichalcogenides hold promise for making ultrathin-film photovoltaic devices with a combination of excellent photovoltaic performance, superior flexibility, long lifetime, and low manufacturing cost. Engineering the proper band structures of such layered materials is essential to realize such potential. Here, we present a(More)
New multibit memory devices are desirable for improving data storage density and computing speed. Here, we report that multilayer MoS2 transistors, when treated with plasmas, can dramatically serve as low-cost, nonvolatile, highly durable memories with binary and multibit data storage capability. We have demonstrated binary and 2-bit/transistor (or 4-level)(More)
Atomically layered transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) exhibit a significant potential to enable next-generation low-cost transistor biosensors that permit single-molecule-level quantification of biomolecules. To realize such potential biosensing capability, device-oriented research is needed for calibrating the sensor responses to enable the(More)
MoS2 and other semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) are of great interest due to their excellent physical properties and versatile chemistry. Although many recent research efforts have been directed to explore attractive properties associated with MoS2 monolayers, multilayer/few-layer MoS2 structures are indeed demanded by many practical(More)
Field-effect transistors made from MoS2 and other emerging layered semiconductors have been demonstrated to be able to serve as ultrasensitive biosensors. However, such nanoelectronic sensors still suffer seriously from a series of challenges associated with the poor compatibility between electronic structures and liquid analytes. These challenges hinder(More)
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