2D materials have come a long way since the discovery of graphene in 2004. They have become increasingly relevant for shrinking nanoelectronics, but development has recently become limited by a lack of 2D insulators. MoO3 is one possible candidate for a 2D insulator. By studying the photocarrier dynamics of monolayer, bilayer, and multi-layer MoO3, we may expand the number of available 2D dielectrics for use in nanoelectronics and van der Waals heterostructures, creating a cascading effect for future research opportunities.
|Type of contribution||Oral contribution (10 minutes)|