- Nonlinear Physics
- Quantum transport
- Microwave and Terahertz electronics
Some research in pictures
Quantum transport in semiconductor nanostructures
Semiconductor superlattices are nanostructures made from alternating layers of two different semiconductor materials, usually with very similar lattice constants, for example, GaAs and AlGaAs
Chaotic electron trajectory in semiconductor superlattice biased by an electric and a tilted magnetic field
Electrostatic quantum dots
Creating of electrostatic quantum dots. Schematic showing the p-i-n diode and the thermally-induced diffusion of Mn ions from the p-type (GaMn)As layer towards the AlAs/GaAs/AlAs QW
Array of light-emitting diodes using electrostatic quantum dots
Neuron-like Semiconductor Microstructure
Solid state neuron structure
Spiking in solid state neuron
- For self-funded PhD students, I currently offer theoretical projects in areas of Non-equilibrium Dynamics of Coherent Quantum Systems, Electrophononics (quantum transport driven by acoustic stimuli) and Modeling of Cognitive Processes.
- For both BSc and MPhys finalists, I offer theoretical research projects related to Nonlinear Charge Transport in Semiconductor Nano-structures, Resonant Transport of Cold Atoms, and Synchronization of Noise-Induced Oscillations (synchronization of stochastic neurons).
Prospective PhD students and finalists are welcome to contact me to discuss possible research projects.
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