Research from Professor Markus Buehler models mechanism of two-dimensional material that could inform the creation of flexible, transparent electronics
Research from McAfee Professor of Engineering and head of CEE Markus Buehler models the mechanisms of molybdenum disulfide, a two-dimensional material that could inform the creation of flexible, transparent electronics. The research was conducted in collaboration with researchers from Cornell University, King Abdullah University in Saudi Arabia, Academia Sinica, a Taiwanese national research academy, and Texas Tech University. The research was published in Nature Materials. Read more on MIT News.