Selected Publications

  1. Gee A, Jaafar AH, Brachňaková B, Massey J, Marrow C, Salitros I, Kemp NT, “Multilevel Resistance Switching and Enhanced Spin Transition Temperature in Single and Double Molecule Spin Crossover Nanogap Devices”, J Phys. Chem. C. 124(24) 13393–13399 (2020)
  2. Gee A, Jaafar AH, Kemp NT, “Nanoscale Junctions for Single Molecule Electronics Fabricated using Bilayer Nanoimprint Lithography combined with Feedback Controlled Electromigration”, Nanotechnology 31(15) January 2020
  3. Jaafar AH, Kemp NT, “Wavelength dependent light tunable resistive switching graphene oxide nonvolatile memory devices”, Carbon 153, 81-88 (2019)
  4. Jaafar AH, O’Neill M, Kelly SM, Verrelli E and Kemp NT “Percolation Threshold Enables Optical Resistive‐Memory Switching and Light‐Tuneable Synaptic Learning in Segregated Nanocomposites”, Adv. Elect. Mats. 5(7), 1900197 (2019)
  5. Cheng F, Young AJ, Bouillard J-S.G, Kemp NT, Guillet-Nicolas R, Hall CH, Roberts D, Jaafar AH, Adawi AM, Kleitz F, Imhof A, Reithofer MR, Chin JM, “Dynamic Electric Field Alignment of Metal-Organic Framework Microrods” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 141(33) 12989-12993 (2019)
  6. Namhil ZG, Kemp C, Verrelli E, Iles A, Pamme N, Adawi AM, Kemp NTA Label-Free Aptamer-Based Nanogap Capacitive Biosensor with Greatly Diminished Electrode Polarization Effects”, PCCP 21, 681-691 (2019)
  7. Cheng F, Verrelli E, Alharthi FA, Kelly SM, O’Neill M, Kemp NT, Kitney SP, Lai KT, Mehl GH, Anthopoulos T, “Lyotropic ‘hairy’ TiO2 nanorods as precursors for self-assembled dielectric layers Nanoscale Advances, 1, 254, (2019)
  8. Šuch O, Klimo M, Kemp NT, Škvarek O, “Passive memristor synaptic circuits with multiple timing dependent plasticity mechanisms IJEC (AEU), 96, 252-259 (2018)
  9. Georgio J, Kossifos K, Antoniades M, Jaafar A, Kemp NT, “Chua Mem-Components for Adaptive RF Metamaterials”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 27-30 May, Florence, Italy (2018)
  10. Georgio J, Kossifos K, Antoniades M, Jaafar A, Kemp NT, “An Optically-Programmable Absorbing Metasurface”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 27-30 May, Florence, Italy (2018)
  11. Alharthi FA, Cheng F, Verrelli E, Kemp NT, Lee AF, Isaacs MA, O’Neill M, Kelly, SM, “Solution-processable, niobium-doped titanium oxide nanorods for application in low-voltage, large-area electronic devices”, J. Mats. Chem. C, 5, 1038 (2017)
  12. Jaafar AH, Gray RJ, Verrelli E, O’Neill M, Kelly SM and Kemp NT, “Reversible optical switching memristors with tunable STDP synaptic plasticity: a route to hierarchical control in artificial intelligent systems” Nanoscale, 9, 17091 (2017)
  13. Jabarullah NH, Verrelli E, Gee A, Mauldin C, Navarro LA, Golden JH and Kemp NT, “Large Dopant Dependence of the Current Limiting Properties of Intrinsic Conducting Polymer Surge Protection Devices”, RSC Advances, 6, 85710-85717 (2016)
  14. Jabarullah NH, Verrelli E, Mauldin C, Navarro LA, Golden JH, Madianos LM, Kemp NT, “Superhydrophobic SAM Modified Electrodes for Enhanced Current Limiting Properties in Intrinsic Conducting Polymer Surge Protection Devices”, Langmuir 31(22), 6253-6264 (2015)
  15. Popa PL, Kemp NT, Majjad H, Dalmas G, Faramarzi V, Dayen JF, Andreas C, Hertel R, Doudin B, “The magnetoelectrochemical switch”, PNAS 111(29), 10433-10437 (2014)
  16. Verrelli E, Gray RJ, O’Neill M, Kelly SM and Kemp NT, “Microwave oven fabricated hybrid memristor devices for non-volatile memory storage”, Mater. Res. Express 1(4) 046305 (2014)
  17. Kemp NT, Cochrane JW, Newbury R, Dujardin E “Electronic transport in conducting polymer nanowire array devices” Nanotechnology, 22, 105202 (2011)
  18. Kemp NT, McGrouther D, Cochrane JW, Newbury R, Bridging the gap: polymer nanowire devices” Advanced Materials, 19, 2634-2638 (2007)
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