Gopika G, Ph.D

Gopika G, Ph.D

B.E. Electronics and Communications, M.Tech Nanotechnology, Ph.D. Engineering

Gopika received a PhD degree in Engineering, MTech in Nano Technology and BE in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Her research work during her PhD was based on applications of 2D layered transition metal di-chalcogenide materials in excitonic solar cells. She is interested in pursuing research in 2D materials-based wearable electronics and solar cells. Gopika is a self motivated person, a good team players, and has good interpersonal skills and leadership qualities.

Articles from Gopika

How Is Silicon Carbide Used in Semiconductors?

How Raman Spectroscopy Advances 2D Material Research

Applications of Liquid Cell TEM

Graphene Vs. Ceramic Coatings

Semiconductor Materials for Flexible and Transparent Electronics

Beyond Graphene: Using 2D Carbides in Energy Storage Devices

Transition Metal Dichalcogenides in Sensing Devices

Digitalizing Food Quality with Graphite Carbon Black Nanoparticles

Improving Fuel Cell Performance with Nanoporous Carbon Membranes

Nanoporous Metals in Energy Technologies: An Overview