Professor, Coordinator Nanoenergy
My research is towards epitaxial growth, processing and characterisation of nanostructures. I am interested in the understanding of fundamental growth processes and materials properties, as well as the development of more applied structures.
Currently, my main interest is synthesis and characterization of impurity doped nanowire structures. Impurity doping opens up a large field of interesting scientific exploration, from fundamental impurity doping characterization at the nano-scale, to more applied research on high mobility transistors, high efficiency light emitting diodes, tunnel diodes, and electrically driven single photon emitters. Especially, the results will be used to evaluate the potential of III-V nanowire structures for efficient solar energy harvesting. Nanowires offer a route to perfectly match the solar spectrum by combination of different materials with different band gaps with reduced concerns of lattice matching. Nanowires have high mechanical flexibility, geometrically enhanced absorption and are radiation hard, which make these nano-scale building blocks extremely interesting for bottom up synthesis of sustainable and versatile high performing photovoltaics.
I am responsible for the obligatory 1st year Physics courses “Termodynamik våglära och atomfysik", FAFA05 and "Termodynamik och Våglära", FAFA65"
I am also responsible for the post graduate course in Metal Organic Vapor Phase epitaxy, based on the book Organometallic Vapor-Phase Epitaxy by Gerald B. Stringfellow. This is organized as a book study group, 7.5 ECTS credits - HT 2019, course code FFF025F
Details for Course FFF025F Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy
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