Pingan Hu

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Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (4)
 
Physics - Optics (1)
 
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The integration of different two-dimensional materials within a multilayer van der Waals (vdW) heterostructure offers a promising technology for realizing high performance opto-electronic devices such as photodetectors and light sources1-3. Transition metal dichalcogenides, e.g. Read More

We investigated the electronic and optoelectronic properties of vertical van der Waals heterostructure photodetectors using layered p type GaSe and n type InSe, with graphene as the transparent electrodes. Not only the photocurrent peaks from the layered GaSe and InSe themselves were observed, also the interlayer optical transition peak was observed, which is consistent with the first-principles calculation. The built-in electric field between p-n heterojunction and the advantage of the graphene electrodes can effectively separate the photo-induced electron-hole pairs, and thus lead to the response time down to 160 {\mu}s. Read More

In order to increase the response speed of the InSe-based photodetector with high photoresponsivity, graphene is used as the transparent electrodes to modify the difference of the work function between the electrodes and the InSe. As expected, the response speed of InSe/graphene photodetectors is down to 120 {\mu}s, which is about 40 times faster than that of our InSe/metal device. And it can also be tuned by the back-gate voltage from 310 {\mu}s down to 100 {\mu}s. Read More

A critical challenge for the integration of the optoelectronics is that photodetectors have relatively poor sensitivities at the nanometer scale. It is generally believed that a large electrodes spacing in photodetectors is required to absorb sufficient light to maintain high photoresponsivity and reduce the dark current. However, this will limit the optoelectronic integration density. Read More