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Graduated in physics at Mackenzie Presbyterian University, got his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the same university. Currently is a post-doctoral research staff at the Centre for Advanced Materials and 2D Graphene Research Centre of National University of Singapore, under the supervision of Prof. José Carlos Gomes. His main research interest is the study of linear and nonlinear optical properties of two-dimensional systems, such as graphene, MoS2, BP, among others, and heterostructures formed by the combination of these materials. He is also interest in non-linear optics, passive mode-locking techniques for fiber lasers, lasers, erbium and other rare-earth doped fiber laser, and fabrication and characterization of two-dimensional nanomaterials in general. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The purpose of this work is investigate Graphenes and Carbon Nanotubes optical properties, and apply them in generation and characterization of ultrashort optical pulses, generated in a passively mode-locked Erbium-doped Fiber Laser.The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics to the physicists the first sintetized graphene, in 2004, K. S. Novoselov e A. K. Geim shows todays graphene importance in ...
Graphene, a bidimensional hexagonal lattice of carbon atoms, is a new material that has attracted physicists, chemists and engineers attentions, due to its remarkable properties. Graphene is pointed as the basis for the new generation electronics, with high-mobility electron transport and compatibility with optical and optoelectronic devices.Graphene is also a broadband absorber, due to...
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