PhD Topic : Growth, delta doping and characterization of nanodiamond films grown by Hot Filament CVD for quantum computing applications
- PhD in Electrical Engineering Howard University, Washington DC, U.S.A
- MEng. In Electrical Engineering Howard University, Washington, DC, U.S.A
- BSc in Biomedical Engineering, University of Hartford, U.S.A
- Materials Research Society.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
- Renewable energy technologies.
- Electric Circuits
- Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
- Material Science Engineering.
Primary Research Areas
Thin film technology, Semiconductor nano devices fabrication, Solar energy and the environment, Advanced optoelectronic materials, Biomedical devices
Potential Research topics (max 3)
- Stable, high performance photovoltaic absorber materials and cell architectures to enable module efficiencies above 25% with reduced capital expense appropriate for low-cost manufacturing…
- Cost effective methods to recycle PV modules and related components that can be implemented into the current recycling infrastructure or module architectures designed for improved recyclability.
- Development or adaptation of new characterization techniques to evaluate defect types, levels and densities in absorber materials or interfaces.