Imperial College London

DrCeciliaMattevi

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 0833c.mattevi

 
 
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Location

 

LM04ARoyal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Overview

Our research interests centre on the synthesis of novel 2D atomically thin materials with tunable optoelectronic properties for light emitting devices and for highly porous 3D hierarchical structures for energy applications.

Current Projects

 

EPSRC-Royal Society fellowship engagement (2013-2016) EP/L003481/1 "Tailoring the Electronic Properties of Semiconducting Transition Metal Dichalcogenides"  (£150,000) PI

EPSRC First Grant (2013-2014) EP/K033840/1 "Large-area electronics based on two-dimensional atomically thin materials" (£140,148) PI

EPSRC Graphene Engineering (2013-2017)

EP/K01658X/1 "Graphene three-dimensional networks" (£2.2m) Co-I

EP/K016792/1 "Engineering with Graphene for Multi-functional Coatings and Fibre-Composites" (£2m) Co-I

EP/K016407/1 "Integrated graphene - based sensor devices via scalable microfabrication process development based on graphene - metal multilayer deposition" (£1m) Co-I

PETRONAS  “Graphene based composites for pipeline liners” (£479,863) Co-PI (2014-2017)

Recent Articles

 

 For the latest news and articles please see "Mattevi group": http://www.imperial.ac.uk/two-dimensional-materials

 

“Mesoscale assembly of chemically modified graphene into complex cellular networks” Suelen Barg,  Felipe Macul Perez, Na Ni, Paula do Vale Pereira, Robert C. Maher, Esther Garcia-Tunƒon, Salvador Eslava, Stefano Agnoli, Cecilia Mattevi, Eduardo Saiz, Nature Communications 2014, 5, pp 4328

 

"Epitaxial Graphene Growth and Shape Dynamics on Copper: Phase Field Modelling and Experiments" Esteban Meca, John Lowengrub, Hokown Kim, Cecilia Mattevi, Vivek Shenoy, Nano Letters 2013, 13, pp 5692-5697

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“Modelling the self-limited growth in catalytic chemical vapor deposition of graphene"  H. Kim, E. Saiz, M. Chhowalla, C.Mattevi , New Journal of Physics, 5 053012 (2013).

A graphene growth model in the framework of the Langmuir adsorption theory and two-dimensional crystallization provides new insights for engineering wafer-scale continuous graphene films.

“Activation energy paths for graphene nucleation and growth on Cu”  H. Kim, C.Mattevi et al. ACSNano  6, 3614–3623 (2012).

  ýActivation energy paths for graphene nucleation and growth on Cuý  H.Kim, C.Mattevi et al. ACSNano  6, 3614ý3623 (2012).

"Solution-processable organic dielectrics Mattevi et al. Solution-processable organic dielectrics for graphene electronics Nanotechnology 2012for graphene electronics”

C. Mattevi et al  Nanotechnology 23, 344017 (2012).

The use of SAM nanodielectrics enables the demonstration of low operating  voltage (<|1.5|  V), solution-processable and flexible graphene transistors.

Nature Chem.A. Bagri*, C. Mattevi*, M. Acik, Y. Chabal, M. Chhowalla, V. B. Shenoy, “Structural evolution during the reduction of chemically derived graphene oxide” Nature Chemistry, 2, 581- 587(2010).*These authors contributed equally to this work.

People

 

Dr. Peter Sherrell, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow

Dr. Kanudha Sharda, Postdoc

Dr. Federico Pesci, Postdoc

Dr. Jingjing Jia, Postdoc shared with Prof. Milo Shaffer

Ms. Chiara Grotta, PhD student

Mr. Francesco Reale, PhD student

Mr. Cong Lu, PhD student

Mr. Pawel Palczynski, PhD student

Ms. Maria Sokolikova, PhD student

Ms. Farah Aba, PhD student  Supervisors: Prof. Kang Li (Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College) and Dr. C. Mattevi

Mr. Jeng Chong, PhD student  Supervisors: Prof. Kang Li (Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College) and Dr. C. Mattevi

Mr. Feng Pan, FYP student

Ms. Aleksandra Krajewska, Internship student (University of Edinburgh) July-September 2015

Ms. Yi Qiu, Internship student (Imperial College London) August-September 2015

Ms. Xiaoxi Zhu, Internship student (Imperial College London) August-September 2015

Ms. Sun Li (Nicole), Internship student (Tsinghua University, CN) July -August 2015

Mr. Jerome, Internship student (INSA Rennes Engineering School, FR) June-August 2015

alumni

 

Ms. Juliette Cardoletti, Internship student (Functionalized Advanced Materials Department, Grenoble University, FR) May-August 2015

Ms. Emilia Donata, Internship student (Univerista’ di Padova, IT) June -July 2015

Dr Joseph Shaw, PhD 2014 Supervisors: Prof.Thomas Anthopoulos (Physics Department, Imperial College) and Dr. C.Mattevi

Ms. Marie Delaflotte, Internship student (engineering superior school of Rennes, FR) June 2014-July 2014

Ms Qian Li, FYP student June 2014-Sept 2014

Dr. Liping Lu, Postdoc, July 2013-Sept 2014

Mr Giovanni Pierin, Visiting student (Universita' di Padova, IT) Feb-July 2014

Mr Luca Iuzzolino, FYP student during Oct 2014 - May 2014

Mr Cong Lu, FYP student during Oct 2014 - May 2014

Mr. Ezra Feilden-Irving, FYP student during May 2013 -Sept 2013

Ms. Hélène de Maleprade, FYP student during May 2013 -Sept 2013

Ms. Celeste van den Bosch, FYP student during Oct 2012 - May 2013

Mr. Amirul Haji Amir Abas, FYP student during Oct 2012 - May 2013

Dr. Hokwon Kim, PhD (Sep 2009-May 2013) "A study of the nucleation and growth mechanism of graphene on copper" Supervisors: Dr.Cecilia Mattevi, Prof. Manish Chhowalla, Prof. Eduardo Saiz

Mr. Kyung Tae Park, FYP student during Oct 2011 - May 2012

Mr. David Lee, FYP student during Oct 2011 - May 2012

Mr. Toby Davis, FYP student during Oct 2010 - May 2011