Graphene

icon-graphene.jpg Graphene is the strongest and toughest material known to man, and it has outstanding electronic properties. Hannes Schniepp has been active in the graphene field since 2005. Some of his early publications in the field on chemically prepared functionalized graphene have since become citation classics [4], [7], [8], [10]. His graphene works have been cited 7208 times.

Currently, the research team investigates opportunities to exploit the outstanding electronic properties of graphene oxide for future optoelectronic applications, such as photovoltaics (funded by NSF).

We exploit the excellent mechanical properties of functionalized graphenes for nanocomposite applications.

Our Graphene Research in the Media

May 2012 "Lighter, Stronger, Better" — our research on graphene-based high-performance polymer nanocomposites is featured in the ideation magazine. thum_go-ideation.jpg

Our Press Releases

6 Apr 2016

New Graphene-Based Coatings By Hannes Schniepp

Our new paper shows that putting atomically thin graphene nano-sheets into plastics can make paints and coatings much better.

[33] Polymer (2017) — Hocker, Hudson-Smith, Smith, Komatsu, Dickinson, Schniepp, Kranbuehl
"Graphene oxide reduces the hydrolytic degradation in polyamide-11"
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[30] Surface Innovations (2016) — Dickinson, Kranbuehl & Schniepp*
"Assessing Graphene Oxide/Polymer Interfacial Interactions via Peeling Test"
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[29] Polymer (2016) — Hocker, Hudson-Smith, Schniepp & Kranbuehl
"Enhancing polyimide's water barrier properties through addition of functionalized graphene oxide"
[26] Small (2014) — Cui, Oyer, Glover, Schniepp & Adamson
"Large Scale Thermal Exfoliation and Functionalization of Boron Nitride"
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[23] J. Mater. Chem. (2012) — Cai, Thorpe, Adamson & Schniepp*
"Methods of Graphite Exfoliation"
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[22] J. Phys. Chem. C (2012) — Glover, Adamson & Schniepp*
"Charge-Driven Selective Adsorption of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate on Graphene Oxide Visualized by Atomic Force Microscopy"
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[20] J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2012) — Oyer, Carrillo, Hire, Schniepp, Asandei, Dobrynin & Adamson
"Stabilization of Graphene Sheets by a Structured Benzene/Hexafluorobenzene Mixed Solvent"
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[18] Macromolecules (2011) — Glover, Cai, Overbeek, Kranbuehl & Schniepp*
"In Situ Reduction of Graphene Oxide in Polymers"
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[17] J. Appl. Polym. Sci. B (2011) — Kranbuehl, Cai, Glover & Schniepp*
"Measurement of the interfacial attraction between graphene oxide sheets and the polymer in a nanocomposite"
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[15] AIP Conf. Proc. (2010) — Cai, Glover, Wallin, Kranbuehl & Schniepp*
"Direct Measurement of the Interfacial Attractions between Functionalized Graphene and Polymers in Nanocomposites"
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[14] Appl. Opt. (2010) — Fang, Punckt, Leung, Schniepp & Aksay
"Tuning of structural color using a dielectric actuator and multifunctional compliant electrodes"
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[13] ACS Nano (2008) — Schniepp, Kudin, Li, Car & Aksay
"Bending Properties of Single Functionalized Graphene Sheets Probed by Atomic Force Microscopy"
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[10] Nature Nanotechnol. (2008) — Ramanathan, Abdala, Stankovich, Dikin, Herrera-Alonso, Piner, Adamson, Schniepp, Chen, Ruoff, Nguyen, Aksay, Prud'homme & Brinson
"Functionalized graphene sheets for polymer nanocomposites."
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[8] Nano Letters (2008) — Kudin, Ozbas, Schniepp, Prud'homme, Aksay & Car
"Raman spectra of graphite oxide and functionalized graphene sheets"
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[7] Chem. Mater. (2007) — McAllister, Li, Adamson, Schniepp, Abdala, Liu, Herrera-Alonso, Milius, Car, Prud'homme & Aksay
"Single Sheet Functionalized Graphene by Oxidation and Thermal Expansion of Graphite"
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[4] J. Phys. Chem. B (2006) — Schniepp, Li, McAllister, Sai, Herrera-Alonso, Adamson, Prud'homme, Car, Saville & Aksay
"Functionalized Single Graphene Sheets Derived from Splitting Graphite Oxide"
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Graphene Funding

Aug 2015 The National Science Foundation (NSF) has made a 4-year, $324,000 award from the DMREF program (Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future) to Prof. Schniepp, starting Oct. 2015. thum_nsf.jpg
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