Postgraduate ( PhD student), National University of Malaysia (UKM)
Graphene based field effect transistor (FET) sensors is one of the most prominent biosensor. Graphene is a nanomaterial consisting of a monolayer of carbon atoms arranged in two-dimensional hexagonal crystalline form . The monoatomic structure of graphene offers unique properties such as high mechanical strength, distinctive electronic properties, high carrier mobility, high saturation velocity, and low charge scattering . Owing to these properties graphene has been used in sensitive detection of analytes . In particular, conductance based Field Effect Transistor (FET) graphene biosensor have received much attention because of their simple design and ability to allow sensitive measurements. This research is to be conducted to finding ways to fabricate graphene based field effect transistor (G-FET) using cost effective materials and methods for effective detection of analytes for biosensing applications.