Electrical and Computer Engineering

Yong Zhang Ph.D.

Novel materials (nanostructures, alloys, inorganic-organic hybrids) and device architectures for energy and related applications (photovoltaics, solid-state-lighting, photo-detector); Fundamental sciences in solid state physics and electrical engineering; Optical spectroscopy; Large scale first-principles and empirical electronic structure modeling.

Ed Stokes Ph.D.

Professor Stokes’ research group investigates nanoscale materials for use in semiconductor optoelectronic devices such as light emitting diodes and solar cells. Materials are formed through traditional epitaxial growth (e.g. MOCVD), or through deposition of colloidal semiconductor quantum dots from solution.