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Université de Montréal Department of chemistry

Martel, Richard

Full professor
Université de Montréal Research Chair in Conducting Nanostructures and Interfaces

Ph.D.: Université Laval (1995)

Contact

Martel, Richard   
Office: 5090
Pavilion: J.-Armand-Bombardier
Phone: 514 340-5281
Email: r.martel@umontreal.ca

Research

Our research aims to advance the chemistry and physics of electroactive nanostructures, and to study the phenomena occurring at their surfaces and interfaces. Novel nanomaterials such as nanotubes, nanowires and supramolecular nanostructures are studied using surface sensitive techniques (UPS, AES, XPS, HREELS, IRAS), transport experiments (IV curves and magnetoresistance with temperature) and proximal probes (STM and AFM). In addition, we use techniques borrowed from microelectronics to construct prototype nanodevices and explore possible applications of one-dimensional nanomaterials for electronics, optoelectronics, sensing technologies and energy conversion.

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Update 2014-03-23

 

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