Magneto Infrared Spectroscopy of Graphene Micro-Devices

During the summer of 2014, I participated in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s MRSEC REU. I was chosen by Prof. Zhigang Jiang in the physics department, where I spent most of my time in the cleanroom, fabricating graphene micro-devices and doing magneto infrared spectroscopy experiments. In addition, I got to do experiments at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, FL., rumors were that undergraduates were rarely permitted at this facility, so I was very fortunate.

The Jiang Lab did not have a comprehensive CVD graphene growth SOP, so while I was there, I put together a manual for them:

In addition, as part of the REU program, I completed two deliverables, a final presentation and a final report: