Applied Nanotechnology Lab at Stony Brook

Principal Investigator: Matthew Eisaman
Guest Scientist,Brookhaven National Lab

Welcome to the home page of the Eisaman lab
at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Lab.
 

Our research is highly interdisciplinary and seeks to understand, invent, and deploy new applications of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials.  Current areas of interest include graphene devices and nanotechnology applied to photovoltaics.  Our work spans from fundamental questions to applied challenges of implementation and scaling. Our research sits at the intersection of multiple fields, including physics, electrical engineering, materials science, and chemistry.

We're hiring! The group is recruiting a new Ph.D. student and Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on a highly interdisciplinary project that seeks to understand, invent, and deploy new optoelectronic applications of graphene. Click here for more details.

Latest work: 
1. Chemical-free n-type and p-type multilayer-graphene transistorsAppl. Phys. Lett. 109, 053110 (2016).
2. Spontaneous and strong multi-layer graphene n-doping on soda-lime glass and its application in graphene-semiconductor junctionsScientific Reports, 6, 21070 (2016).
3. Enhanced Photovoltaic Performance of Ultrathin Si Solar Cells via Semiconductor Nanocrystal Sensitization: Energy Transfer vs. Optical Coupling Effects, Nanoscale, 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5NR07932B.
4. The effect of confinement on the crystalline microstructure of polymer: fullerene bulk heterojunctionsPhys. Chem. Chem. Phys., Advance Article, DOI: 10.1039/C5CP03399C (2015).
5. Measuring charge carrier mobility in photovoltaic devices with micron-scale resolutionApplied Physics Letters(2015).
6. Sub-50-nm self-assembled nanotextures for enhanced broadband antireflection in silicon solar cells, Nature Communications (2015).