Spectroscopy and Imaging Laboratory
Force Microscopy and Spectroscopy, Micro and Nano Electro-opto-mechanical System and Sensors, Plasmon Resonance Based Detection, Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
The rising field of plasmonics brings together light and metallic nanostructures to harness the benefits of electromagnetic modes of such nanostructures, and is highly conductive to useful applications in a number of fields, such as on-ship optical signal routing, biosensors and surface-enhanced Raman and infrared spectroscopies. The Spectroscopy and Imaging Laboratory focuses on the design and fabrication of plasmonic surfaces for biomolecular sensing down to the single-molecule level, potentially allowing the use of low cost optoelectronics, such as those present in contemporary mobile phones, for biomolecular sensing.
Okyay Research Group
Ali Kemal Okyay
Photovoltaics, Nanophotonics and Nanoelectronics for Biological Sensing, Optoelectronics, Silicon-Germanium Based
A diverse team with strong international ties, the Okyay research group is composed of an international team of 25+ research students, engineers and postdoctoral researchers, and has received global recognition for their groundbreaking work on semiconductor devices and sensors. Okyay group is also Involved in the design of innovative nanophotonic devices based on smart materials, memory devices, nanowire-, metal nanoparticle- and nanocrystal-embedded devices, high-performance RF and optoelectronic sensors, atomic layer deposited III-nitride layers and optoelectronic devices and nanomaterials for improved efficiency dye-sensitized solar cells.