Areas of research expertise:
- Physics and applications of nano materials (nano- and mesoscopic self-assembled systems: carbon nanotubes, nano-dots), nanodevices, nano-sensors (sensors of humidity and icing conditions, sensors of low concentrations of gases, nano-biosensors).
- Electrical Characterization of Nanomaterials in Magnetic Fields and in a wide temperature range,
- Carbon related materials: Carbon nanotubes, diamond-like carbon
- Energy related materials. Energy Storage,
- Problems of Nano-Bio-Interfaces,
- Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics,
- Experimental Nonlinear Dynamics in Solids/ Semiconductors and Semiconductor Devices.
Experimental analytical equipment:
- Low temperature probe station,
- Variable temperature and magnetic field insert,
- Closed cycle He optical cryostat,
- Resistive magnet: bore gap 100mm, 2 T,
- Experimental setups for sensors characterization,
- High voltage, high vacuum ion- and e-beam sources test equipment.
Technological and processing equipment:
- Diamond-like carbon deposition system VEECO (diamond films, a-C, a-Si, Si, metal deposition),
- High vacuum processing chambers (thermal deposition, e-beam, ion-beam),
- High temperature furnace with inert gas atmosphere,
- High voltage, high vacuum experimental setup for cathode and ion sources testing.
Laboratory of Low Dimensional Materials and Nanosensors
Suffolk Hall, Room 118,124
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-6217