Our research seeks to address outstanding problems in semiconductor science and technology. To this end our group pursues investigations in the areas of photovoltaic materials, graphitic nanostructures, and semiconductor spintronics. Our efforts combine both materials synthesis and characterization, applying advanced growth and processing methods in combination with a broad suite of materials analysis techniques.
Current Research Activities
- Synthesis and characterization of highly mismatched alloys
- Irradiation-induced defects in graphene
- Synthesis and characterization of novel III-V highly mismatched alloys
- Investigation of thermal transport in carbon nanotube arrays
Read about our latest work on graphene synthesis, now up on arXiv: Extraordinary epitaxial alignment of graphene islands on Au (111): toward single-crystal growth
For a complete list please visit the publications page.