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Gartstein, Yuri

Associate Professor PhD, USSR Academy of Sciences PHY 1.708 972-883-2834 yuri.gartstein@utdallas.edu Theoretical condensed matter physics and nanoscience, with emphasis on physical properties of nanostructured systems and advanced materials. This particularly includes physics of charge and energy transfer and optoelectronic properties of low-dimensional and organic semiconductors.   Read more

Lee, Mark

Professor PhD, Stanford University Mark Lee’s Faculty Profile on Research Explorer PHY 1.610 972-883-2863 marklee@utdallas.edu My research area is experimental solid-state physics, materials physics, and electronic and photonics device physics. I am interested in quantum effects in novel materials, nanomaterials, and devices, especially the response to microwave through terahertz electromagnetic fields. In my lab we […]   Read more

Malko, Anton

Assistant Professor PhD, New Mexico State University/Los Alamos National Laboratory Anton Malko’s Faculty Profile on Research Explorer Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy Laboratory ECSN 2.912 972-883-6383 anton.malko@utdallas.edu Experimental Condensed MatterOptical Spectroscopy of NanoparticlesOptical Properties of SemiconductorsNano-opticsNon-linear opticsFemtosecond SpectroscopyTime-resolved PhotoluminescenceNanostructured Solar CellsEnergy Transfer in Nanoscopic SystemsQuantum Optics   Read more

Salamon, Myron

Professor PhD, University of California, Berkeley Myron Salamon’s Faculty Profile on Research Explorer ECSN 2.928 972-883-5237 salamon@utdallas.edu Experimental study of superconducting and magnetic phenomena. ¬†Particularly interested in unconventional superconductivity (non-centro-symmetric materials, pnictide superconductors, superconductivity induced by electro-chemical doping) and the magnetism of magnetic oxides and unusual magnetoresistivity in manganites and carbon-based materials.   Read more

Slinker, Jason

Assistant Professor PhD, Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University Jason Slinker’s Faculty Profile on Research Explorer Personal Website ECSN 2.910 972-883-6513 slinker@utdallas.edu Electrochemical Devices: Optoelectronics and Biosensors The interplay between ionic and electronic charges in soft materials can be controlled to yield unique electrical properties and novel device capabilities. My research interests span two areas: […]   Read more