Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors
I am currently studying “dilute magnetic semiconductors”; semiconductors where transition metal impurities have been introduced in order to allow the control of spin properties within the materials. This is currently a field of interest as spin-manipulatable materials have the potential to lower energy usage within electronics, and open up new doors in computer processor technology. Using experimental techniques and multiplet theory, the goal is to understand how the dopants interact with the local crystal structure.
- Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research Graduate Teaching Assistantship (2016-2018)
- University of the Fraser Valley Student Led Research Award (2016)
- NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Award (2014)
- Lei Jin, Ben Liu, Pu Wang, Huiqin Yao, Laura A. Achola, Peter Kerns, Aaron Lopes, Yue Yang, Josha Ho, Alexander Moewes, Yong Pei, Jie He
Ultrasmall Au nanocatalysts supported on nitrided carbon for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction: the role of the carbon support in high selectivity
Nanoscale, 14678-14686, 30, (2018)
- A. Palameta, J. Ho, D. Harnett, T. G. Steele
QCD sum-rules analysis of vector (1--) heavy quarkonium meson-hybrid mixing
Phys. Rev. D 97, 034001, (2018)
- B. VanGenderen, C. Appeldoorn, R. Ramaseshan, C. Dearden, J. Ho, X. L. Long
Automating Laser Calibration for Medical Linear Accelerators
IEEE Sensors, (2016).