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Efficient Dislocation Reduction Methods for Integrating Gallium Nitride HEMTs on Si
Gallium Nitride (GaN) and its alloys with InN and AlN, the III-nitrides, are of interest for a variety of high power-high frequency electronics and optoelectronics applications. However, unlike Si and GaAs technology that ...
Investigations of Solution Combustion Process and their Utilization for Bioceramic Applications
Solution combustion synthesis (SCS) with its origin at IPC department of IISc has been widely practiced for synthesis of oxide materials. It is simple and low cost process, with energy and time savings that can be used to ...
Synthesis And Structural Characterization Of TiO2-Based Hybrid Nanostructures For Photovoltaic Applications
Increased demand of power, limited fuel resources and environmental concerns have recently prompted a huge thrust on research areas of alternative energy and photovoltaics have been hailed as energy source for future. ...
Titania Nanostructures for Photocatalytic and Photovoltaic Applications
Titania has been the focus of attention for several decades owing to its chemical stability, non-toxicity, inexpensiveness and robust surface chemistry. Its technological applications include use in diverse areas such as ...
Phonons And Thermal Transport In Nanostructures
Solution-Processed Optoelectronic Devices Based on Colloidal Semiconductor Nanostructures for Photodetection
Miniaturisation of electronic and optoelectronic devices have enabled the realization of system-on-a-chip technology in modern image sensors, where the photo sensor arrays and the corresponding signal processing circuitry ...
Epitaxial Nonpolar III-Nitrides by Plasma-Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy
The popularity of III-nitride materials has taken up the semiconductor industry to newer applications because of their remarkable properties. In addition to having a direct and wide band gap of 3.4 eV, a very fascinating ...
Epitaxial Perovskite Superlattices For Voltage Tunable Device Applications
Perovskite based artificial superlattices has recently been extensively investigated due to the immense promise in various device applications. The major applications include non-volatile random access memories, microwave ...
Development of Multifunctional Biomaterials and Probing the Electric Field Stimulated Cell Functionality on Conducting Substrates : Experimental and Theoretical Studies
Materials with appropriate combinations of multifunctional properties (strength, toughness, electrical conductivity and piezoelectricity) together with desired biocompatibility are promising candidates for biomedical ...