Faculty in the solid-state electronics area undertake research into cutting-edge electronic devices and circuits, with broad application to state-of-the-art technologies. These include high-performance, high-speed, computer and communication networks, "smart" medical devices and alternative energy sources.
Many-body interactions in one-dimensional systems ● Mesoscopic phenomena in graphene ● Nanoscale semiconductor rectifiers for terahertz detection ● All-semiconductor memristor devices ● Domain-Wall Defined Logic ● Epitaxially-formed silicide nanowires for nanoelectronics ● Carbon-based organic electronics ● Lifetime Reliability of Systems-on-Chip: Unified Modeling and Dynamic Reliability Management ● Cross-Layer Design Methodology for Energy and Reliability of Multicore Systems-on-Chip ● Nanoscale engineering for high efficiency quantum dot solar cells: enhanced light harvesting and optimized electron hole kinetic ● Adaptive IR Sensing Based on Advanced Nanostructures with Tunable Kinetics ● Geometric visualization of qubit entanglement ● Development of novel devices in emerging III-N semiconductor, and new electronic materials systems ● Transport, and device physics in semiconductor-heterostructures, and novel electronic materials ● III-N based nano-structured electronic devices with potential applications in energy conversion, energy generation, mixed signal systems ● InN and In-rich InGaN surface passivation by novel Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology ● Droplet-based Microfluidics ●
- SMALL (Sensors & Micro-Actuators Learning Lab)
- Analog VLSI Lab
- High Frequency Electronics Lab