Electronic properties of semiconductor nanowires, devices based on semiconductor nanowires, and development of nanoelectronic devices as tools for studying biological systems
Wrap-gate nanowire transistors; Electron transport in QPCs and ballistic electron devices
Development of hybrid organic-inorganic devices based on semiconductor nanowires and polymer electrolytes; Electronic properties of p-type AlGaAs/GaAs heterostructures and nanoscale hole quantum dots.
Deveopment of wrap-gate nanowire transistors with novel insulators; thermoelectric studies of nanowires and nanowire-based devices (in collaboration with Prof. Heiner Linke's group at Lund U.)
Carbon Nanotube Transistors for Biosensing applications.
Electron transport in InAs, GaAs and ZnO semiconductor nanowires.