Electronic properties of mesoscopic graphene structures: Charge confinement and control of spin and charge transport

@inproceedings{Rozhkov2011ElectronicPO,
  title={Electronic properties of mesoscopic graphene structures: Charge confinement and control of spin and charge transport},
  author={Alexandr Vladimirovich Rozhkov and George Giavaras and Yury P. Bliokh and V. Freilikher and Franco Nori},
  year={2011}
}
This brief review discusses electronic properties of mesoscopic graphene-based structures. These allow controlling the confinement and transport of charge and spin; thus, they are of interest not only for fundamental research, but also for applications. The graphene-related topics covered here are: edges, nanoribbons, quantum dots, pn-junctions, pnp-structures, and quantum barriers and waveguides. This review is partly intended as a short introduction to graphene mesoscopics. 
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