King Saud University
  Help (new window)
Search


Guidelines_English_Final
تحميل الدليل التدريبي

أسئلة شائعة


 
Dr. Mohammad L. Hussein

Assistant Professor
Nano-Materials and Semiconductors

Office: AA68-Bldg 4
Phone: 4676443
mlutfi@ksu.edu.sa


Department of Physics
College of Science
King Saud University 
PO Box 2455 
Riyadh 11451
Saudi Arabia

 
 

III-V Quantum Dots and Their Applications

Quantum Dots (QDs) are one of the most interesting form of Nano-particles. Their significance lies in their 3D nature and tiny size, i which electrons are highly quantized with unique properties that are not exist in bulk materials.

Semiconductor QDs are very promising for many high-tech applications such as Infrared Sensors, Lasers, LEDs, Solar Cells, Optical Storage, Photonic Crystals ........ and others. They are mainly useful for space, medical, and military applications.

 

3D view of InGaAs quantum dots (diameter=50 nm) grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE)
copyright(c) Mohammad Hussein & University of Arkansas

 

Important Links
 MicroEP at U of A
 Materials Research Society
 Nanotechnology @ KSU
 
King   Saud University. All rights reserved, 2007 | Disclaimer | CiteSeerx