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Gregory Parsons

Nano Research Area

  • Nano-Energy & Environment
  • Nano-Characterization
  • Nano-Electronics
  • Nano-Materials & Engineering
 

Research Summary

Dr. Parsons’ research focuses on fundamental aspects of fabrication and function of advanced electronically active materials.  Particular areas of interest include:

  • Atomic Layer Deposition, for highly confromal fabrication of inorganic insulators and metals with atomic-scale control of growth and interface formation
  • Molecular Electronics, to better understand charge motion and electrical contacts to molecular ensembles and single molecules
  • Nanotube Structures, including synthesis, assembly, electrical characterization, and reactions involving carbon nanotubes
  • Low Temperature Processing, including supercritical-solvent and plasma processes to enable novel electronic devices on plastic substrates
  • Bio-Mimetic Molecular Photovoltaics, using porphyrin materials to help enable low cost high performance energy generation

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