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86. Narae Kang, Christian. W. Smith, Masa Ishigami, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Comparative Study of Organic Transistors with Different Graphene Electrodes Fabricated Using a Simple Patterning Method, Appl. Phys. Lett. 111, 233303 (2017)


85. Md Ashraful Islam, Jung Han Kim, Anthony Schropp, Hirokjyoti Kalita, Nitin Choudhary, Dylan Weitzman, Saiful Khondaker, Kyu Hwan Oh, Tania Roy, Hee-Suk Chung, Yeonwoong Jung, Centimeter-scale 2D van der Waals vertical heterostructures integrated on deformable substrates enabled by gold sacrificial layer-assisted growth, Nano Lett., 17, 6157 (2017)


84. Saiful I. Khondaker and Muhammad R. Islam, Bandgap engineering of MoS2 flakes via oxygen plasma: a layer dependent study. J. Phys. Chem. C, 120, 13801 (2016)


83. Nitin Choudhary, Muhammad R. Islam, Narae Kang, Laurene Tetard, Yeonwoong Jung, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Two-dimensional lateral heterojunction through bandgap engineering of MoS2 via oxygen plasma, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28 364002 (2016). (invited special issue article in Two dimensional heterojunction).


82. Nitin Choudhary, Juhong Park, Jun Yeon Hwang, Hee-Suk Chung, Kenneth H. Dumas, Saiful I. Khondaker, Wonbong Choi, Yeonwoong Jung, Centimeter scale patterned growth of vertically stacked few layer only 2D MoS2/WS2 van der Waals heterostructure, Scientific Reports 6, 25456 (2016).


81. Vicki H. Grassian, Amanda J. Haes, Imali A. Mudunkotuwaa, Philip Demokritoub, Agnes B. Kanec, Catherine J. Murphyd, James E. Hutchisone, Jacqueline A. Isaacsf, Young-Shin Jung, Barbara Karnh, Saiful I. Khondaker, Sarah C. Larsena, Boris L. T. Lauj, John M. Pettibonek, Omowunmi A. Sadikhl, Navid B. Salehm and Clayton Teaguen, NanoEHS–defining fundamental science needs: no easy feat when the simple itself is complex. Environ. Science: Nano 3, 15 (2016).

80. Muhammad R. Islam, Daeha Joung and Saiful I. Khondaker, Towards parallel fabrication of single electron transistors using carbon nanotubes. Nanoscale Vol. 7, 9786 (2015).

79. Lei Zhai, Saiful I. Khondaker, Jayan Thomas, Chen Shen, and Matthew McInnis, Ordered Conjugated Polymer Nano- and Microstructures: From Structural Control to High Performance. Nano Today 9, 705 (2014)


78. Narae Kang and Saiful I. Khondaker. The Impact of Carbon sp2 Fraction of Reduced Graphene Oxide on the Performance of Reduced Graphene Oxide Contacted Organic Transistors. Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 223301 (2014)


77. Narae Kang, Hari P. Paudel, Michael N. Leuenberger, Laurene Tetard, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Photoluminescence quenching in Single-layer MoS2 via Oxygen Plasma Treatment. J. Phys. Chem. C 118, 21258 (2014). Cond-Mat arXiv:1404.0646


76. Udai Bhanu, Muhammad R. Islam, Laurene Tetard, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Photoluminescence quenching in gold - MoS2 hybrid nanoflakes. Scientific Reports 4, 5575 (2014). Also, Cond-Mat arXiv:1404.5645


75. Biddut K. Sarker and Saiful I. Khondaker, Lower Activation Energy in Organic Field Effect Transistors with Carbon Nanotube Contact. Solid State Electronics 99, 55 (2014).

74. Mohammad R. Islam and Saiful I. Khondaker, Recent progress in parallel fabrication of individual single walled carbon nanotube devices using dielectrophoresis (Invited Review). Materials Express 4, 263 (2014) (Cover article). Also Cond-mat arXiv:1405.0551


73. Muhammad R. Islam, Narae Kang, Udai Bhanu, Hari P. Paudel, Mikhail Erementchouk, Laurene Tetard, Michael N. Leuenberger, and Saiful I. Khondaker. Electrical property tuning via defect engineering of single layer MoS2 by oxygen plasma. Nanoscale 6, 10033 (2014). DOI: 10.1039/C4NR02142H. Also, Cond-Mat arXiv:1404.5089


72. Daeha Joung and Saiful I. Khondaker,  Two to one dimensional crossover in graphene quantum dot arrays observed in reduced graphene oxide nanoribbons. Phys. Rev. B 89, 245411 (2014)


71. Biddut K. Sarker, Narae Kang and Saiful I. Khondaker, High Performance Semiconducting Enriched Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Transistors Using Metallic Carbon Nanotube Electrode. Nanoscale 6, 4896 (2014). DOI:10.1039/C3NR06470K


70. Daeha Joung and Saiful I. Khondaker, Structural evolution of reduced graphene oxide with varying carbon sp2 fractions investigated via Coulomb blockade transport, J. Phys. Chem. C. 117, 26776 (2013). DOI: 10.1021/jp408387b


69. Paul Stokes, Mohammad R. Islam and Saiful I. Khondaker, Low temperature electron transport spectroscopy of mechanically templated carbon nanotube single electron transistors, Journal of Applied Physics vol 114, 084311 (2013).


68. Daeha Joung, Luona Anjia, Hiroshi Matsui, and Saiful I Khondaker, Negative differential resistance in ZnO coated peptide nanotube. Appl Phys A, vol 112, 305 (2013).


67. Soumen Das, Sanjay Singh, Virendra Singh, Daeha Joung, Janet M. Dowding, Lei Zhai, Saiful I. Khondaker, William T. Self and Sudipta Seal, Oxygenated Functional Group Density on Graphene Oxide: Its Effect on Cell Toxicity, Particle and Particle systems Characterization 30, 148 (2013).


66. Daeha Joung and Saiful I. Khondaker, Efros-Shklovskii variable range hopping in reduced graphene oxide sheets of varying carbon sp2 fraction, Physical Review B, 86, 235423 (2012). Also see CondMat 1210.1876


65. Narae Kang, Biddut K. Sarker, and Saiful I. Khondaker. The Effect of Carbon Nanotube/Organic Semiconductor Interfacial Area on the Performance of Organic Transistors, Applied Physics Letters, 101, 233302 (2012). Also see CondMat 1210.1877


64. Saiful I. Khondaker, Parallel fabrication of CMOS compatible single walled carbon nanotube devices, Reviews in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol 1, 187 (2012).


63. Zhongjian Hu, Simon Tang, Anne Ahlvers, Saiful Khondaker, Andre J. Gesquiere,  Near-infrared Photoresponse Sensitization of Solvent Additive Processed Poly(3-hexylthiophene)/Fullerene Solar Cells by a Low Band Gap Polymer. Applied Physics Letters 101, 053308 (2012)


62. M. Arif, Jianhua Liu, Lei Zhai, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Temperature dependent charge transport in poly (3-hexylthiophene)-block polystyrene copolymer field-effect transistor. Synthetic Metals 162, 1531 (2012).


61. L. De Los Santos Valladares, D. Hurtado Salinas, A. Bustamante Dominguez, D. Acosta Najarro, S.I. Khondaker, T. Mitrelias, C.H.W. Barnes, J. Albino Aguiar, and Y. Majima, Crystallization and electrical resistivity of Cu2O and CuO obtained by thermal oxidation of Cu thin films on SiO2/Si substrates, Thin Solid Films 520,  6368 (2012).


60. Biddut K. Sarker, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Thermionic Emission and Tunneling at Carbon Nanotube-Organic Semiconductor Interface. ACS Nano, vol 6, 4993 (2012)


59. Surajit Ghosh, Tanusri Pal, Daeha Joung and Saiful I. Khondaker, One pot synthesis of RGO/PbS nanocomposite and its near infrared photoresponse study. Applied Physics A,  Vol 107, 995 (2012)


58. Muhammad R. Islam, Kristy J. Kormondy (*), Eliot Silbar (*), and Saiful I. Khondaker, A general approach for high yield fabrication of CMOS compatible all semiconducting carbon nanotube field effect transistors. Nanotechnology 23, 125201 (2012). Also see CondMat 1111.2653 (* denotes undergraduate students)


57. Shashank Shekhar, Helge Heinrich, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Huge Volume Expansion and Structural Transformation of Carbon Nanotube Aligned Arrays during Electrical Breakdown in Vacuum. CARBON 50 (2012)  1635-1643. Also see  CondMat 1107.1758


56. Biddut K. Sarker, and Saiful I. Khondaker, High Performance Short Channel Organic Transistors using Densely Aligned Carbon Nanotube Array Electrodes, Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 023301 (2012)


55. Daeha Joung, Virendra Singh, Sanghoon Park, Alfons Schulte, Sudipta Seal, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Anchoring ceria nanoparticles on reduced graphene oxide and their electronic transport properties. J. Phys. Chem. C,  115, 24494–24500 (2011) 


54. Kristy J. Kormondy(*), Paul Stokes, and Saiful I. Khondaker, High yield assembly and electron transport investigation of semiconducting-rich local-gated single-walled carbon nanotube field effect transistors, Nanotechnology  22, 415201 (2011)  (* denotes undergraduate students)


53. Biddut K. Sarker, Shashank Shekhar and Saiful I. Khondaker, Semiconducting enriched carbon nanotube align arrays of tunable density and their electrical transport properties. ACS Nano 5, 6297 (2011). Also see CondMat 1105.0843


52. Shashank Shekhar, Mikhail Erementchouk, Michael N. Leuenberger, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Correlated breakdown of carbon nanotubes in an ultra-high density aligned array, Applied Physics Letters, vol 98, 243121 (2011). Also see CondMat 1101.4040


51. Virendra Singh, Daeha Joung, Lei Zhai, Soumen Das, Saiful I. Khondaker, and Sudipta Seal. Graphene Based Materials: Past, Present and Future. Prog Mater Sci  vol 56, 1178 (2011).


50. Biddut K. Sarker, Jianhua Liu, Lei Zhai, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Fabrication of Organic Field Effect Transistor by Directly Grown Poly(3 Hexylthiophene) Crystalline Nanowires on Carbon Nanotube Aligned Array Electrode, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2011, 3, 1180–1185.


49. Biddut K. Sarker, Muhammad R. Islam, Feras Alzubi, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Fabrication of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Array Electrodes for Organic Electronics Devices, Mater. Express 1, 80-85 (2011)

48. Muhammad R. Islam, Daeha Joung, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Schottky diode via dielectrophoretic assembly of reduced graphene oxide sheets between dissimilar metal contacts (invited article), New J. Phys. 13, 035021 (2011) (special issue of chemically modified graphene).


47. Daeha Joung, Lei Zhai, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Coulomb blockade and hopping conduction in graphene quantum dots array, Phys. Rev. B 83, 115323 (2011). Also CondMat 1010.5306


46. Shashank Shekhar, Paul Stokes, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Ultra-high density alignment of carbon nanotubes array by dielectrophoresis, ACS Nano, vol 5, 1739 (2011). Also CondMat 1101.2327

45. Shashank Shekhar, Luona Anjia, Hiroshi Matsui, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Electrical transport properties of peptide nanotube coated with gold nanoparticles via peptide-induced biomineralization, Nanotechnology Vol 22, 095202 (2011)

44. Jianhua Zou, Jianhua Liu, Ajay Singh Karakoti, Amit Kumar, Daeha Joung, Saiful I. Khondaker, Sudipta Seal, and Lei Zhai. Ultra-light Flexible Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube Aerogel and Its Pressure Responsive Properties. ACS Nano, Vol 4, 7293 (2010)


43. Paul Stokes and Saiful I. Khondaker, Directed assembly of solution processed single walled carbon nanotubes via dielectrophoresis: from aligned array to individual nanotube devices,  J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 28, C6B7 (2010)


42. Luis De Los Santos Valladares, Lizbet Leon Felix, Angel Bustamante Dominguez, Thanos Mitrelias, Francois Sfigakis, Saiful I Khondaker, Crispin H W Barnes, and Yutaka Majima, Controlled electroplating and electromigration in nickel electrodes for nanogap formation, Nanotechnology 21, 445304 (2010) (cover article)

41. Anindarupa Chunder, Tanusri Pal, Saiful I. Khondaker, and Lei Zhai, Reduced Graphene Oxide/Copper Phthalocyanine Composite and Its Optoelectrical Properties, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2010, 114 (35), 15129–15135


40. Daeha Joung, A. Chunder, Lei Zhai and Saiful I. Khondaker,  Space charge limited conduction with exponential trap distribution in reduced graphene oxide sheets. Applied Physics Letters 97, 093105 (2010). Also see Condmat 1006.4430

39. Tanusri Pal, M. Arif, and Saiful I Khondaker, High performance organic phototransistor based on regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene), Nanotechnology 21, 325201 (2010)


38. M. Arif, Jianhua Liu, Lei Zhai and Saiful I. Khondaker, Poly (3-hexylthiophene) crystalline nanoribbon network for organic field effect transistors, Applied Physics Letters  96, 243304 (2010).


37. Surajit Ghosh, Biddut K. Sarker, Anindarupa Chunder, Lei Zhai, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Position dependent photodetector from large area reduced graphene oxide thin films. Applied Physics Letters 96, 163109 (2010). Also See Cond Mat 1002.3191


36. Paul Stokes and Saiful I. Khondaker, Evaluating defects in solution processed carbon nanotube devices via low temperature transport spectroscopy, ACS Nano Vol 4, 2659 (2010)


35. Daeha Joung,  A. Chunder, Lei Zhai, and Saiful I. Khondaker, High yield fabrication of chemically reduced graphene oxide field effect transistors by dielectrophoresis. Nanotechnology 21, 165202 (2010). Also See Cond Mat 1002.0086. Highlighted article for 2010


34. Paul Stokes and Saiful I. Khondaker, High quality solution processed carbon nanotube transistors assembled by AC dielectrophoresis, Applied Physics Letters 96, 083110 (2010)


33. Saiful I. Khondaker, Kang Luo, and Zhen Yao, Fabrication of Single-Electron Transistors Using Dielectrophoretic Trapping of Individual Gold Nanoparticles. Nanotechnology 21, 095204 (2010)

32. Biddut K. Sarker, M. Arif, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Near-infrared photoresponse in single walled carbon nanotube/polymer composite films, CARBON 48, 1539 (2010). Also see CondMat 0912.4215

31. Jianhua Liu, Mohammad Arif, Jianhua Zou, Saiful I. Khondaker, and Lei Zhai, Controlling Poly(3-hexylthiophene) Crystal Dimension: Nanowhiskers and Nanoribbons,  Macromolecules 42, 9390 (2009)

 30. Daeha Joung, M. Arif, S. Biswas, S. Kar, S. Santra, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Electronic transport properties of ternary Cd(1-x)Zn(x)S nanowire network. Nanotechnology 20, 445204(2009). Also see CondMat 0909.3480

29. Biddut K. Sarker, M. Arif, Paul Stokes, and Saiful I. Khondaker, Diffusion mediated photoconduction in multi-walled carbon nanotube film. Journal of Applied Physics 106, 074307 (2009). Alos see CondMat 0904.4452

28. Talgat M. Inerbaev, Artëm E. Masunov, Saiful I. Khondaker, Alexandra Dobrinescu, Andrei-Valentin Plamadă, and Yoshiyuki Kawazoe, Quantum Chemistry of Quantum Dots: Effects of Ligands and Oxidation. J. Chem. Phys. 2009, 131(4):044106.

27. Paul Stokes, Eliot Silbar(*), Yashira M. Zayas(*) and Saiful I. Khondaker, Solution processed large area field effect transistors from dielectrophoreticly aligned arrays of single-walled carbon nanotubes. Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 113104 (2009)  (* denotes undergraduate students). Also see CondMat 0812.4828

26. Paul Stokes, Liwei Liu, Jianhua Zou, Lei Zhai, Qun Huo and Saiful I. Khondaker, Photoresponse in large area multi-walled carbon nanotube/ polymer nanocomposite films. Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 042110 (2009) Also see CondMat 0812.4832

25. Subhajit Biswas, Soumitra Kar, Swadeshmukul Santra, Y. Jompol, M. Arif and Saiful I. Khondaker, Solvothermal Synthesis of High-Aspect Ratio Alloy Semiconductor Nanowires: Cd(1-x)Zn(x)S, a Case Study. J. Phys. Chem C 113, 3617 (2009).

24. Jianhua Zou, Saiful I. Khondaker, Lei Zhai and Qun Huo, A General Strategy to Disperse and Functionalize Carbon Nanotubes Using Conjugated Block Copolymers, Advance Functional Materials 19, 479 (2009)

23. Paul Stokes and Saiful I. Khondaker, Controlled fabrication of single electron transistors from single-walled carbon nanotubes, Appl. Phys. Lett. 92, 262107 (2008). Also see Condmat 0804.0817

22. Seok-Hwang Yoon, Sanjeev Kumar and Gil-Ho Kim, Young-Suk Choi, T W Kim, Saiful I Khondaker, Dielectrophoretic assembly of single gold nanoparticle into nanogap electrodes, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 8,  3427 (2008).

21. J. Zou, L. Liu, H. Chen, S. I. Khondaker, R. D. McCullough, Q. Huo, and L. Zhai, Dispersion of Pristine Carbon Nanotubes Using Conjugated Block Copolymers. Advanced Materials 20, 2055 (2008)

20. Paul Stokes and Saiful I. Khondaker, Local-gated single-walled carbon nanotube field effect transistors assembled by AC dielectrophoresis, Nanotechnology 19, 175202 (2008) . This article has been chosen as a feature article and has also been featured in nanotechweb.org.  Also Condmat 0711.3188

19. H. Chen, H. Muthuraman, P. Stokes,  J. Zou, J. Wang, Q. Huo, S. I. Khondaker, and Lei Zhai, Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes and Polymer Nanocomposite Fabrication using Trifluoroacetic Acid as a Co-Solvent, Nanotechnology 18,  415606 (2007).

18. L. Wang, D. Fine, S. I. Khondaker, T. Jung, and A. Dodabalapur, Sub-10 nm conjugated polymer transistors for chemical sensors, Sensors and Actuators B 113, 539 (2006).

17. A. Bandyopadhyay, A. K. Ray, A. K. Sharma,  and S. I. Khondaker, Transport through neural network of DNA nanocomposites Nanotechnology 17, 227 (2006)

16. S. I. Khondaker, Fabrication of nanoscale device using individual colloidal gold nanoparticle, IEE proceedings: circuits, devices and systems (special issue in Nanoelectronics) 151, 457 (2004).

15. S. I. Khondaker, Z. Yao,  L. Cheng, J. C. Henderson, Y. Yao, and J. M. Tour, Electron transport through  single phenylene-ethynylene moleculear junction, Appl. Phys. Lett. 85, 645 (2004).

14. G. H. Kim, J. T. Nicholls, D. A. Ritchie,  S. I. Khondaker, C.-T. Liang, and T. W. Kim, Transport properties in samples containing InAs self-assembled dashes  and dots,  Journal of the Korean  Physical Society 42, S454 (2003).

13. L. Wang, T. Jung, D. Fine, S. I. Khondaker, Z. Yao, H. V. Seggern, and A. Dodabalapur, “Nanoscale polymer field effect transistors” Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE Conference on nanotechnology, vol. 2, page 577-580 (2003). 

12. G. H. Kim, J. T. Nicholls, C. T. Liang, D. A. Ritchie , and  S. I. Khondaker. “Insulator-quantum Hall liquid transitions in a two-dimensional electron gas using self-assembled InAs dots,” Physica E 12, 658 (2002).

11. S. I. Khondaker and Z. Yao, “Fabrication of nanometer spaced electrodes using gold nanoparticles,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 4613 (2002).

10. G. H. Kim, J. T. Nicholls, S. I. Khondaker, I. Farrer, and  D. A. Ritchie, “Tuning the insulator quantum Hall liquid transitions in a two-dimensional electron gas using self-assembled InAs,” Phys. Rev. B  61, 10910 (2000).

9. I. S. Shlimak, S. I. Khondaker, D. A. Ritchie, and M. Pepper, “Influence of parallel   magnetic fields on a single-layer two-dimensional electron system with a hopping mechanism of conductivity,” Phys. Rev. B  61, 7253 (2000).

8. S. I. Khondaker, M. Pepper, D. A. Ritchie, and I. S. Shlimak, “Hopping magneto-resistance in a single 2D layer in parallel magnetic fields,” Phys. Stat. Sol. B 218, 181  (2000).

7. S. I. Khondaker, J. T. Nicholls, W. R. Tribe, D. A. Ritchie, and M. Pepper, “Single  electron transport in samples containing InAs  self assembled quantum dashes and  dots,” Physica E 6, 486  (2000).

6. S. I. Khondaker, I. S. Shlimak, J. T. Nicholls, D. A. Ritchie, and M. Pepper, “Crossover phenomenon for two-dimensional hopping conductivity and density of  states near the Fermi level,”  Solid State Commun. 109, 751  (1999).

5. S. I. Khondaker, I. S. Shlimak, J. T. Nicholls, D. A. Ritchie, and M. Pepper, “Two dimensional hopping conductivity in a delta-doped GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure,” Phys. Rev. B 59, 4580  (1999).

4.  S. I. Khondaker, I. S. Shlimak, J. T. Nicholls, D. A. Ritchie, and M. Pepper, “Electron-electron interaction assisted hopping and crossover phenomenon in two-dimensional electron system,” Proceedings of 24th Int. Conf. on Physics of Semic., Jerusalem, August 2-7, 1998, Editor David Gershoni, World Scientific, Singapore,    CD-part, V-D-5.

3. S. I. Khondaker, “Electron correlation effects in benzene,” Journal of Bangladesh  Academy of  Sciences,  19, 135 (1995).

2.  A. M. Harun ar Rashid and  S. I. Khondaker , “Nonstandard model couplings in WWV vertex,”  International Journal of Modern Physics A,  9,  2783 (1994).

1. S. I. Khondaker and A. M. Harun ar Rashid, “W+W- pair production in e+e- collision,” Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences,  16, 207 (1992).