We have put a lot of effort on the research regarding Mo2C/ graphene heterostructures. We have investigated the properties of this class of heterostructures as catalysts on the hydrogen evolution reaction, demonstrating the beneficial role of graphene on the catalytic activity of Mo2C films. Also, we were the first to report the heterostructure
growth on liquid copper based alloys, at reduced temperatures, via chemical vapor deposition. Lately, we have studied the enhanced catalytic activity of this heterostructure when reversing its vertical order. The above work has produced two articles in peer-reviewed journal, while a third is under revision.
In addition, we have achieve the growth of 4-inch single layer graphene films on copper substrates, via chemical vapor deposition. These films are transferred on Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) films, to reduce the permeability of the second on He gas. For the above purpose, we have developed a transfer methodology to enable the transfer of graphene films on soft TPU films, via the assistance of a thermal release tape as support film.