Dr. Tania Roy
Department: Nanoscience Center
Position at UCF:
E-mail: tania.roy@ucf.edu
Campus Location: Orlando (Main Campus)
Project Title: Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy in noscale electronic devices
Project Description:

Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy (IETS) is a powerful tool to understand the properties of defects present in noscale devices. The measurements are done at cryogenic temperatures (4 K). A thin dielectric on a two-dimensiol material will be provided to the student to measure the defect characteristics at the interface of the two materials.

Student Responsibilities: Semiconductor device physics.Must be skilled in LabVIEW.Prefer a Junior or Senior student.
Student Requirements: The student will be expected to review the key concepts of IETS in the first week. Then the student will build the setup required for IETS. A LabVIEW program needs to be made to make the equipment talk to each other.
Type of Project: Individual
Possibility of Payment: Yes
Number of Students: 1

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