Palmstrøm Group 2017
Palmstrøm Group 2017

Lab Members

Principal Investigator

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Epitaxy of dissimilar materials.

Technical Staff

· Chemical beam epitaxial growth of III-V semiconductor heterostructures and multifunctional Heusler compounds

· Spectroscopic ellipsometric studies of the optical properties of solid-state materials

· In-situ optical and electrical characterization of the degradation mechanisms for the physical properties and device performance

Postdoctoral Researchers

His research is on molecular beam epitaxial growth, transport, and spectroscopy studies of topologically non-trivial Heusler alloys and designer Heusler heterostructures. His research projects include molecular beam epitaxial growth, transport, spectroscopy studies of topologically non-trivial Heusler alloys, proximity effect and emergent behavior in Heusler heterostructures.

Growth and characterization of Heusler compounds and III-V heterostructures.

Molecular beam epitaxy of semiconductor/superconductor heterostructures and the quantum transport in the nanostructures of the hybrid systems.

III-As,Sb IR lasers, Heuslers compounds, spintronics, quantum computing

Graduate Students

Tobias

Study of Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Fe/MgO system with MOKE, XPS and SQUID

Mihir Pendharkar

Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) growth of III-V semiconductor-superconductor heterostructures, low temperature optical spectroscopy, Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, topological quantum computing

Dan

MBE growth and characterization of 2D electronic materials for advanced devices, such as hexagonal boron nitride (hBN)

Visiting Researchers

Visiting scientist from NRL. Research on surface science studies during plasma-assisted atomic layer epitaxial growth of InN on GaN substrates.

Heuslers and magnetic materials. On sabbatic from Cardiff University.

Visiting postdoc from NRL. Research on surface science studies during plasma-assisted atomic layer epitaxial growth of InN on GaN substrates.

MBE growth of Heuslers on II-VI materials. Visiting from the Army Research Lab (ARL).