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Fabrication and Characterization of Functional Nanostructures and Applications – Richard Mu

Date: Mon. October 30th, 2006, 12:30 pm-1:30 pm
Location: Rockefeller 221

My talk may consist of two folds. First, I would like to take this unique opportunity to give a brief introduction of Fisk University, and research and educational activities in general. Then, I would like to highlight our on-going research activities of the nanoscience research team in the areas of /1/) */_Fabrications_/* of complex/functionalized semiconductor, metal, glass, and glass-ceramic materials in zero-, one-, and two-dimensions with pulsed lasers and electron-beam deposition (PLD/PED), and with physical vapor transport techniques; /2/) */_Materials Characterizations_/* to evaluate and understand physical, chemical, and optical properties of low dimensional nanostructures; and /3/) */_Sensory Developments_/* that include high efficiency nanostructured solar cells, IR and blue light emitting structures, novel substrates for surface plasmonics based spectral sensing. It is hoped that the talk will serve as a conduit for further research and educational exchange.

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