Kyung Ho Kim

Researcher at Chalmers, Microtechnology and Nanoscience (MC2), Quantum Device Physics

Showing 8 publications

2018

Stable and tunable charge carrier control of graphene for quantum resistance metrology

Hans He, Samuel Lara Avila, Tobias Bergsten et al
2018 Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements (CPEM 2018)
Paper in proceedings
2018

Probing variable range hopping lengths by magneto conductance in carbonized polymer nanofibers

Kyung Ho Kim, Samuel Lara Avila, Hans He et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article
2018

Uniform doping of graphene close to the Dirac point by polymer-assisted assembly of molecular dopants

Hans He, Kyung Ho Kim, Andrey Danilov et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 9 (1)
Journal article
2017

Thermal stability of epitaxial graphene electrodes for conductive polymer nanofiber devices

Kyung Ho Kim, Samuel Lara Avila, Hans He et al
Crystals. Vol. 7 (12)
Journal article
2017

Electrical and thermoelectric transport by variable range hopping in reduced graphene oxide

M. Park, S. J. Hong, Kyung Ho Kim et al
Applied Physics Letters. Vol. 111 (17)
Journal article
2016

Apparent Power Law Scaling of Variable Range Hopping Conduction in Carbonized Polymer Nanofibers

Kyung Ho Kim, Samuel Lara Avila, H. Kang et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 6
Journal article
2015

Low contact resistance in epitaxial graphene devices for quantum metrology

Thomas Yager, Arseniy Lartsev, Karin Cedergren et al
AIP Advances. Vol. 5 (8), p. 087134-
Journal article
2015

Verification of electron doping in single-layer graphene due to H-2 exposure with thermoelectric power

S. J. Hong, M. Park, H. J. Kang et al
Applied Physics Letters. Vol. 106 (14)
Journal article

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