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Michael Crosser Professor

Michael S. Crosser



Ph.D.: Physics, Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI; B.S.: Physics & Mathematics, Centre College - Danville, KY

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Academic Interests:
Studying the transport properties of graphene field effect transistors (GFETs) to be used as biosensors.


M. A. Brown, M. S. Crosser, M. R. Leyden, Y. Qi, and E. D. Minot, “Measurement of high carrier mobility in graphene in an aqueous electrolyte environment”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 109, 093104 (2016)

 M. S. Crosser, M. A. Brown, P. L. McEuen, and E. D. Minot, “Determination of the thermal noise limit of graphene biotransistors”, NanoLetters 15 (8), 5404-5407 (2015)

 M.S. Crosser, S. Scott, A. Clark, and P.M. Wilt, “On the magnetic field near the center of Helmholtz coils”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 81, 084701 (2010)

 M.S. Crosser, J. Huang, F. Pierre, P. Virtanen, T.T. Heikkilä, F.K. Wilhelm, and N. O. Birge, “Nonequilibrium transport in mesoscopic multi-terminal SNS Josephson junctions”, Phys. Rev. B 77, 014528 (2008).

 M.S. Crosser, P. Virtanen, T.T. Heikkilä, and N. O. Birge, “Supercurrent-induced temperature gradient in a nonequilibrium SNS Josephson junction”, Phys Rev. Lett. 96, 167004 (2006).


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