Krishna INfrared Detector (KIND) laboratory
Our vision is to develop cutting edge infrared imagers using nanoscale materials and device architectures.
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Mid-wave InAs/GaSb superlattice barrier infrared detectors with nBnN and pBnN design
GOMÓŁKA, E., O. MARKOWSKA, M. KOPYTKO, A. KOWALEWSKI, P. MARTYNIUK, A. ROGALSKI, J. RUTKOWSKI, M. MOTYKA, and S. KRISHNA
Many-body perturbation theory study of type-II InAs/GaSb superlattices within GW approximation
Zahra Taghipour, Ezad Shojaee, Sanjay Krishna
Impact of temperature and gamma radiation on electron diffusion length and mobility in p-type InAs/GaSb superlattices
Jonathan Lee, Chris J. Fredricksen, Elena Flitsiyan, Robert E. Peale, Leonid Chernyak, Zahra Taghipour, Lilian Casias, Alireza Kazemi, Sanjay Krishna, and Stephen Myers
InAs/AlSb type II superlattice avalanche photodiodes
Seunghyun Lee, Alireza Kazemi, Sri Harsha Kodati, Sen Mathews, T. J. Ronningen, Martin Winslow, Christoph H. Grein, Nan Ye, Andrew H. Jones, Joe C. Campbell, and Sanjay Krishna.
Fabrication of InAs quantum ring nanostructures on GaSb by droplet epitaxy
Dahiya, Vinita, Marziyeh Zamiri, Mo Geun So, David A. Hollingshead, JongSu Kim, and Sanjay Krishna
Investigation of digital alloyed AlInSb metamorphic buffers
Vinita Dahiya, Julia I. Deitz, David A. Hollingshead, John A. Carlin, Tyler J. Grassman and Sanjay Krishna