His main research concerns Carbon nanotube, Molecular physics, Raman spectroscopy, Nanotechnology and Graphene. His Carbon nanotube research is mostly focused on the topic Optical properties of carbon nanotubes. His Molecular physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Graphite and Scattering.
The concepts of his Raman spectroscopy study are interwoven with issues in Phonon, Condensed matter physics, Molecular electronic transition and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon and Doping. His primary area of study in Graphene is in the field of Graphene nanoribbons.
Graphene, Carbon nanotube, Raman spectroscopy, Condensed matter physics and Photoemission spectroscopy are his primary areas of study. His biological study focuses on Graphene nanoribbons. His Carbon nanotube research is under the purview of Nanotechnology.
His Chemical vapor deposition study, which is part of a larger body of work in Nanotechnology, is frequently linked to Heteroatom, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Raman spectroscopy study deals with Phonon intersecting with Dispersion relation. His study in Photoemission spectroscopy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fermi level, Doping, Electronic structure, Dirac fermion and Electronic band structure.
His primary scientific interests are in Graphene, Graphene nanoribbons, Raman spectroscopy, Condensed matter physics and Photoemission spectroscopy. Alexander Grüneis has included themes like Monolayer, Optoelectronics, Electronic structure, Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and Molecular physics in his Graphene study. His Graphene nanoribbons study also includes fields such as
His Raman spectroscopy research focuses on subjects like Phonon, which are linked to Raman scattering and Binding energy. His Condensed matter physics study incorporates themes from Fermi level and Density functional theory. His Photoemission spectroscopy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bilayer graphene and Electronic band structure.
Alexander Grüneis mainly focuses on Graphene, Photoemission spectroscopy, Condensed matter physics, Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and Graphene nanoribbons. His Graphene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optoelectronics, Electronic structure and Raman spectroscopy. His research in Photoemission spectroscopy intersects with topics in Molecular physics and Electronic band structure.
His work in Electronic band structure addresses issues such as Scanning tunneling spectroscopy, which are connected to fields such as Density wave theory, Monolayer, Phonon, Partial charge and Free electron model. The Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Bilayer graphene and Fermi level. He has researched Graphene nanoribbons in several fields, including Effective mass and Band gap.
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Nitrogen-Doped Graphene: Efficient Growth, Structure, and Electronic Properties
D. Usachov;O. Vilkov;A. Grüneis;D. Haberer.
Nano Letters (2011)
Tunable Band Gap in Hydrogenated Quasi-Free-Standing Graphene
D. Haberer;D. V. Vyalikh;S. Taioli;B. Dora.
Nano Letters (2010)
Graphene epitaxy by chemical vapor deposition on SiC.
W. Strupinski;K. Grodecki;A. Wysmolek;R. Stepniewski.
Nano Letters (2011)
Inhomogeneous optical absorption around the K point in graphite and carbon nanotubes
A. Grüneis;Riichiro Saito;Ge G. Samsonidze;T. Kimura.
Physical Review B (2003)
Determination of SWCNT diameters from the Raman response of the radial breathing mode
H. Kuzmany;W. Plank;M. Hulman;Ch. Kramberger.
European Physical Journal B (2001)
Resonance Raman spectroscopy ( n , m ) -dependent effects in small-diameter single-wall carbon nanotubes
A. Jorio;C. Fantini;M. A. Pimenta;R. B. Capaz.
Physical Review B (2005)
Tight-binding description of the quasiparticle dispersion of graphite and few-layer graphene
Alexander Grüneis;Claudio Attaccalite;Claudio Attaccalite;Ludger Wirtz;H. Shiozawa.
Physical Review B (2008)
Double resonance Raman spectroscopy of single-wall carbon nanotubes
R Saito;A Grüneis;Ge G Samsonidze;V W Brar.
New Journal of Physics (2003)
Tunable hybridization between electronic states of graphene and a metal surface
Alexander Grüneis;Denis V. Vyalikh.
Physical Review B (2008)
Family behavior of the optical transition energies in single-wall carbon nanotubes of smaller diameters
Ge. G. Samsonidze;R. Saito;N. Kobayashi;A. Grüneis;A. Grüneis.
Applied Physics Letters (2004)
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