Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin

Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)

Institute of Physical Chemistry
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Lessingstraße 10
07743 Jena
Phone: +49 3641 9 48 370
Fax:      +49 3641 9 48 302
andrey.turchanin@uni-jena.de
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Functions

  • Professor of Physical Chemistry

Research

Two-dimensional materials and their hybrid systems for applications in

  • Nanobiotechnology
  • Nanoelectronics
  • Sensors
  • Nanofiltration
  • Energy storage         

Selected Recent Publications

  1. Najafidehaghani, Z. Gan, A. George, T. Lehnert, G. Q. Ngo, C. Neumann, T. Bucher, I. Staude, D. Kaiser, T. Vogl, U. Hübner, U. Kaiser, F. Eilenberger, A. Turchanin, One-dimensional p-n junction electronic and optoelectronic devices from transition metal dichalcogenide lateral heterostructures grown by one-pot chemical vapor deposition synthesis. Adv. Func. Mater. 31 (2021) 2101086.
  2. George, M. V. Fistul, M. Gruenewald, D. Kaiser, T. Lehnert, R. Mupparapu, C. Neumann, U. Hübner, M. Schaal, N. Masurkar, A. L. M. Reddy, I. Staude, U. Kaiser, T. Fritz, A. Turchanin, Giant persistent photoconductivity in monolayer MoS2 field-effect transistors. npj 2D Mater. Appl. 5 (2021) 15.
  3. Q. Ngo, A. George, R. T. K. Schock, A. Tuniz, E. Najafidehaghani, Z. Gan, N. C. Geib, T. Bucher, H. Knopf, C. Neumann, T. Lühder, S. Warren-Smith, H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, T. Pertsch, M. A. Schmidt, A. Turchanin, F. Eilenberger, Scalable functionalization of optical fibers using atomically thin semiconductors. Adv. Mater. 32 (2020) 2003826
  4. Scherr, Z. Tang, M. Küllmer, S. Balser, A. S. Scholz, A. Winter, K. Parey, A. Rittner, M. Grininger, V. Zickermann, D. Rhinow, A. Terfort, A. Turchanin, Smart molecular nanosheets for advanced preparation of biological samples in electron cryo-microscopy. ACS Nano 14 (2020) 9972-9978
  5. Neumann, D. Kaiser, M. J. Mohn, M. Füser, N.-E. Weber, O. Reimer, A. Gölzhäuser, T. Weimann, A. Terfort, U. Kaiser, A. Turchanin, Bottom-up synthesis of graphene monolayers with tunable crystallinity and porosity. ACS Nano 13 (2019) 7310-7322.
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