ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF 2D LAYERS | 2D MAGNETISM | TWISTRONICS
The Bediako Lab is currently accepting new members. Students and postdoctoral scholars will gain expertise in modern methods of materials synthesis (including solid-state synthesis, crystal growth, and thin-film deposition), as well as state-of-the-art micromanipulation and semiconductor nanofabrication techniques for device assembly. The use of electrochemical (including scanning-electrochemical) techniques, optical microscopy, low-temperature charge transport measurements, and advanced scanning probe and electron microscopy methods is key to our research.
Interested students should submit an application for admission into the graduate program at UC Berkeley.
Interested postdoctoral applicants with funding should email their CV and a summary of their previous research (1 page max) to Kwabena.
Kwabena Bediako, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
820 Latimer Hall
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1460