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Dr. Bernhard Bayer-Skoff, Bakk. M.Phil.

Dr. Bernhard C. Bayer is a post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Vienna, working in the Physics of Nanostructured Materials/Complex Systems and Hybrid Materials group. He currently holds a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European Commission.

Before coming to Vienna, he was a post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, UK in the Department of Engineering (where he continues to hold an academic visitorship) and a College Research Fellow at Hughes Hall, Cambridge, UK. He holds a PhD degree in Engineering and a Master degree in Micro- and Nanotechnology Enterprise from the University of Cambridge, UK and a Bachelor degree in Technical Physics from the Graz University of Technology, Austria.

His research interests are one- and two-dimensional nanomaterials, with a particular focus on controlled growth and integration of carbon (graphene, carbon nanotubes) and related inorganic nanomaterials (hexagonal Boron-Nitride, transition metal dichalcogenides). His work makes use of cutting edge nanomaterials characterisation via in-situ techniques (XPS, XRD) and aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy. For an overview of his work please visit his above linked Google Scholar profile.

Research Group Physics of Nanostructured Materials
Faculty of Physics

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