We present three methods which were attempted for fabricating stacks of atomically thin materials without heating to the high temperatures required by previous techniques. The first two methods were deemed unsuitable for various reasons, but the third was used to create a stack of hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) encapsulated molybdenum (MoS2). The method was thus shown to work, but the relative quality of its result has not yet been determined.
Johnson, Hamilton and Churchill, Hugh O.H., "Methods of Stacking Atomically Thin Materials without High Temperature Heating" (2017). Department of Physics. 1.