Transparent electronics in lab

Overview

The EECS Materials and Devices faculty at Oregon State collaborate extensively in multi-disciplinary research with a variety of colleagues in the Colleges of Engineering and Science as well as with industrial partners. Current research activities include amorphous oxide semiconductors, photovoltaics, advanced materials for beyond CMOS, novel devices, thin films, nanomaterials & nanolaminates, applied magnetics (spintronics, biosensing and advanced magnetic materials), atomic layer deposition, internal photoemission, MIM diodes, nanophotonic devices, fiber sensors, pulsed diode lasers, and optical properties of materials.

Applications of this research include transparent electronics, low-cost electronics, energy harvesting, displays, sensors, communications devices, energy-efficient optical communication, real time dosimeters, and LIDAR systems.

Much of this research is conducted within the OSU Materials Synthesis and Characterization (MaSC) Center

Sub Areas

  • Novel Electronic Materials
  • Sensors and Biomedical Devices
  • Advanced Nano-Electronic Devices
  • Magnetic Materials and Spintronics
  • Photonics, Photovoltaics, and Optoelectronics

Related Courses

  • ECE 390: Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • ECE 411/599: Engineering Magnetics
  • ECE 413/599: Sensors
  • ECE 415/599: Material Science of Nanotechnology
  • ECE 416/516: Electronic Materials and Devices
  • ECE 417/517: Basic Semiconductor Devices
  • ECE 418/518: Semiconductor Processing
  • ECE 482/582: Optical Electronic Systems
  • ECE 483/583 Guided Wave Optics
  • ECE 590: Analytical Techniques in Electromagnetic Fields
  • ECE591: Advanced Electromagnetics
  • ECE 611: Electronic Materials Processing
  • ECE 612: Process Integration
  • ECE 613: Electronic Materials and Characterization
  • ECE 614: Semiconductors
  • ECE 615: Semiconductor Devices I
  • ECE 616: Semiconductor Devices II
 

Faculty

Larry Cheng

Larry Cheng
Micro- / nano-fluidics; biomedical devices; electronic devices; functional materials; nanofabrication

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John F. Conley, Jr.
Thin film materials and devices; atomic layer deposition; MIM devices; TFTs; reliability; structure of electrically active point defects; directed assembly & device applications of nanomaterials

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Pallavi Dhagat
3D printed magnetic materials and devices; biomedical imaging and sensing using magnetic nanoparticles; novel data storage and signal processing devices based on interactions between acoustic waves and spin waves; advanced measurements techniques for magnetic materials

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Albrecht Jander
Magnetoresistive magnetic sensors and applications; semiconductor spintronics; magnetic resonance force microscopy; magnetic MEMS

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Matt Johnston
Biosensor and bioelectronic platforms; massively-parallel sensing; lab-on-chip technologies for medical monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics

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Kelin Kuhn
Novel devices (particularly spin-based devices); novel materials (particularly topological insulators and meta-materials)

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Thomas K. Plant
Optoelectronic devices; fiber optic sensors; optical properties of materials; nanostructured thin-film optical materials and devices

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John F. Wager
Solid state materials and devices (thin film synthesis, device characterization, and modeling)

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Alan Wang
Nano-photonic devices — photonic crystals and surface plasmons; energy-efficient photonic devices for optical interconnects; optical sensors including surface-enhanced Raman scattering and infrared absorption