The São Carlos Institute of Physics (Instituto de Física de São Carlos) is a dynamic interdisciplinary research center located in the heart of the State of São Paulo. With access to excellent research funding, the Institute coordinates several Brazilian research networks in diverse fields, such as optics and photonics, structural biology, ceramic materials, nanobiotechnology, scientific computing and organic electronics.
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|Surface morphology-dependent room-temperature LaFeO3 nanostructure thin films as selective NO2 gas sensor prepared by radio frequency magnetron sputtering.|
THIRUMALAIRAJAN, S.; GIRIJA, K.; MASTELARO, Valmor Roberto; PONPANDIAN, N.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
| ||On the structural-optical properties of Al-containing amorphous Si thin films and the metal-induced crystallization phenomenon.|
ZANATTA, Antônio Ricardo; KORDESCH, M. E.
Journal of Applied Physics
|Graphene spintronics: spin injection and proximity effects from first principles.|
LAZIC, P.; SIPAHI, Guilherme Matos; KAWAKAMI, R. K.; ZUTIC, Igor.
Physical Review B
| ||Microfabrication of electroluminescent polymer for devices construction.|
ALVES, R. Estevam; FERREIRA, P. H. D.; ALMEIDA, G. F. B.; SOUSA, W. S.; MENDONÇA, Cleber Renato.
Applied Surface Science
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