Events and Seminars for 2017
Shlomo Mehari received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2016, the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2012, the B.Sc. degree in Materials Science and Engineering in 2009, and the B.Sc.
This work was supported by the Department of Energy (DOE) and performed in collaboration with J.-X. Shen, C. E. Dreyer, G. Kresse, S. Marcinkevicius, A. Alkauskas, and C. G. Van de Walle.
9/13 at 1:30pm in E2 3519
LED-Based Visible Light Communication Systems – Driver SoC Design and Practical Applications
The material properties of GaN are well suited for fabricating transistors used in mm-wave (30-300 GHz) power amplification. While most efforts have historically focused on HEMTs grown in the Ga-polar orientation, our work uses the N-polar orientation.
“Eureka! (Now what?): Patents and other Intellectual Property Rights”
Abstract: According to the US Department of Energy, solid-state lighting (SSL) technology could
reduce by 75% the US lighting energy consumption by the end of 2035. The last ten years have
Talk title: Unintentional Ga incorporation in AlN films grown by MOCVD
We have special visitors giving technical talks, hosted by Dr. Stacia Keller.
Prof. Axel Hoffmann
Title: Calcium impurity as a source of non-radiative recombination in (In,Ga)N grown by MBE