Nanoscale (Opto-) Electronics

@ Vienna University of Technology


2D materials

We explore 2D materials, such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides, for applications in electronics, optoelectronics and integrated photonics. These materials are crystalline and thus of high quality, yet they can be produced at low cost and with large-area dimensions, making them attractive for embedding intelligence into everyday objects. 

In-sensor computing

We investigate novel materials, devices and systems for in-sensor computing by mapping of machine learning algorithms and computational models to circuits and device architectures. The aim of our work is to provide more efficient sensory data processing by embedding intelligence into the sensors themselves.


2D Materials: Properties and Devices

Cambridge University Press

Chapters: "Graphene optoelectronic devices" & "TMDs: optoelectronic devices"

2D Materials for Nanoelectronics

CRC Press

Chapter: "TMD-based photodetectors, light emitters and photovoltaics"

Selected Publications

Principal Investigator:

Univ. Prof. Thomas Mueller

Vienna University of Technology

Institute of Photonics

Gusshausstrasse 27-29

1040 Vienna, Austria

Email: thomas.mueller (at)