Semiconducting and Quantum Materials

Much of the research is being focused on gallium nitride and related materials, an extremely interesting family of semiconductors whose light-emitting properties have allowed the development of energy-saving LED light bulbs. The synthesis of bulk crystals, thin films and nanostructures play a significant role in the progress and development of the quantum materials. Researchers are trying to develop single-photon sources for quantum computing applications and secure communication based on single quantum dots, tiny semiconductor crystals only a few atoms in each dimension.

  • Band-gap engineering of strained Si/SiGe heterostructure
  • Amorphous chalcogenides
  • Gallium nitride
  • Characterizations of semiconductor nanostructures
  • Single-photon sources

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