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  • Exploring New and Enhanced Optical Functionalities in Coupled Nano-Systems 

    GOUGH, JOHN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2018)
    In this thesis, a variety of novel emerging systems were chosen to explore new and enhanced optical functionalities in coupled nano-systems. The coupling of novel nanomaterials with complimentary properties paves the way ...
  • Helium Ion Beam Irradiation of MoS2: Fabrication of 2D Memristors 

    KEANE, DARRAGH (Trinity College Dublin. School of Chemistry. Discipline of Chemistry, 2020)
    A memristor is an electronic device which exhibits a non-volatile and reversible resistance change in response to an applied electric field. These properties make the memristor a potential prime component in the field of ...
  • Inkjet Printed Energy Storage Systems for Electrochemical Testing and In-Situ TEM Analysis 

    MCKEON, LORCAN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2019)
    Understanding of how materials store charge in supercapacitor and battery systems is fundamental to improving these classes of energy storage devices. While materials can be analysed and examined before they are incorporated ...
  • Spectroscopic and Microscopic Characterisation of Liquid Phase Exfoliated 2D Materials 

    Griffin, Aideen (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2021)
    Since the experimental isolation of graphene nearly two decades ago, the research into two-dimensional materials has accelerated at a tremendous rate across a vast range of scientific and engineering fields. Liquid phase ...