Rajan Group Research Featured in Semiconductor Today and Applied Physics Letters

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Congratulations to Professor Siddharth Rajan and his research team for having their recent work on tunnel junctions featured in Semiconductor Today and published in Applied Physics Letters.
This research on InGaN was funded in part by the Institute for Materials Research (IMR) through an IMR Interdisciplinary Materials Research Grant and the Targeted Initiative in Excellence (TIE) Advanced Materials Initiative project. The actual research took place in three IMR-supported facilities: Nanotech West Laboratory, Semiconductor Epitaxy and Analysis Laboratory (SEAL), and the ENCOMM NanoSystems Laboratory (ENSL).

Rajan is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering, and was hired through the TIE in Advanced Materials Initiative faculty cluster hire process. For more information, visit: http://www.semiconductor-today.com/news_items/2010/NOV/OHIO_241110.htm