We study transport in graphene structures, including conductivity for different types of scatterers, quantum interference phenomena, transport regimes (ballistics, localization, diffusion, criticality), interaction effects, and non-equilibrium physics.
In particular, we investigate:
- Influence of electron-phonon coupling on elastic properties of graphene bilayers and monolayers;
- Strongly nonequilibrium graphene, relaxation of hot carriers;
- Double-layer graphene (Coulomb drag);
- Transport and spectral properties of graphene with strong scatterers;
Figure: Ballistic graphene setup with various strong scatterers.
Figure: Coulomb drag in graphene.