Alp Findikoglu

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Semiconductor nanocrystals (NCs) are promising materials for applications in photovoltaic (PV) structures that could benefit from size-controlled tunability of absorption spectra, the ease of realization of various tandem architectures, and, perhaps, increased conversion efficiency in the ultraviolet region through carrier multiplication. The first(More)
New discoveries on collective processes in materials fabrication and performance are emerging in the mesoscopic size regime between the nanoscale, where atomistic effects dominate, and the macroscale, where bulk-like behavior rules. For semiconductor electronics and photonics, dimensional control of the architecture in this regime is the limiting factor for(More)
We present an experimental, analytical and numerical investigation of the passage of electromagnetic signals through a device with voltage-dependent differential capacitance. This dependence gives rise to the device’s nonlinear response, which can then be tuned by an externally applied static electric field. The system is modeled with a wave equation for(More)
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