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Roberto Myers



Ph.D. 2006, University of California - Santa Barbara

Areas of interest

Engineering semiconductors for controlling electrons/photons/spins in the solid state. Molecular Beam Epitaxy growth of wide bandgap semiconductors (III-nitrides), such as quantum well, wires, dots to engineer optical, electronic, and magnetic properties. Growth and measurement of magnetic semiconductors. Optical measurement of inter- and intra-band transitions from UV to IR: spatially-resolved, time-resolved, and polarization-resolved spectroscopy.


Department of Materials Science and Engineering
476 Watts Hall, 2041 College Road

Columbus, OH 43210


Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
205 Dreese Labs; 2015 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210


476 Watts Hall