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Figure 1: Atomically resolved topography scan of graphene. Its honeycomb lattice is superimposed with a Moiré pattern, resulting from the interference of adjacent graphene layers.

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Publications in International Journals

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Non-invasive nanoscale potentiometry and ballistic transport in epigraphene nanoribbons
A. De Cecco, V.S. Prudkovskiy, D. Wander, R. Ganguly, C. Berger, W.A. de Heer, H. Courtois, and C. B. Winkelmann arXiv:2002.11024 (2020).

Conference presentations

"In-situ UHV sample preparation for STM at dilution temperatures", ESONN summer school, Grenoble, August 28, 2019, poster
"In-situ UHV sample preparation for STM at dilution temperatures", Rencontres Jeunes Physicien.ne.s, Grenoble, November 7, 2019, poster

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