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2020-07-14. RobertIcemyYQ RobertIcemy RobertIcemy Bangladesh
2020-06-09. Héctor Corte-León National Physical Laboratory My group is working on a proposal for the industry call, related with primary thermometers, I wish to know who is submitting this one, and if they welcome collaborations. My group specializes in scanning probe characterization, and we have experience with graphene and other 2D materials. Among the work we have done in the past is the characterization of devices for quantum Hall resistance (made of graphene). Since some connections have been made between graphene and a quantum-based primary thermometer, I think our capabilities could be of interest. Among the usual atomic force microscopy techniques, we also have thermal scanning probe microscopy, which could be of high importance for such a project.

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