Sung Kyu Jang

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In spite of the recent heightened interest in molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) as a two-dimensional material with substantial bandgaps and reasonably high carrier mobility, a method for the layer-controlled and large-scale synthesis of high quality MoS2 films has not previously been established. Here, we demonstrate that layer-controlled and large-area CVD MoS2(More)
Direct chemical vapor deposition (CVD) growth of single-layer graphene on CVD-grown hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) film can suggest a large-scale and high-quality graphene/h-BN film hybrid structure with a defect-free interface. This sequentially grown graphene/h-BN film shows better electronic properties than that of graphene/SiO2 or graphene transferred(More)
We describe the successful in situ chemical vapor deposition synthesis of a graphene-based heterostructure in which a graphene monolayer is protected by top and bottom boron nitride films. The boron nitride film/graphene monolayer/boron nitride film (BGB) was found to be a mechanically robust and chemically inert heterostructure, from which the deleterious(More)
We fabricated dye-sensitized MoS2 photodetectors that utilized a single-layer MoS2 treated with rhodamine 6G (R6G) organic dye molecules (with an optical band gap of 2.38 eV or 521 nm). The proposed photodetector showed an enhanced performance with a broad spectral photoresponse and a high photoresponsivity compared with the properties of the pristine MoS2(More)
Despite growing interest in doping two-dimensional (2D) transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) for future layered semiconductor devices, controllability is currently limited to only heavy doping (degenerate regime). This causes 2D materials to act as metallic layers, and an ion implantation technique with precise doping controllability is not available for(More)
Despite heightened interest in 2D transition-metal dichalcogenide (TMD) doping methods for future layered semiconductor devices, most doping research is currently limited to molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), which is generally used for n-channel 2D transistors. In addition, previously reported TMD doping techniques result in only high-level doping concentrations(More)
We report the preparation of thickness-controlled few-layer black phosphorus (BP) films through the modulated plasma treatment of BP flakes. Not only does the plasma treatment control the thickness of the BP film, it also removes the chemical degradation of the exposed oxidized BP surface, which results in enhanced field-effect transistor (FET) performance.(More)