Prof. Bayram is honored to be recognized as the Intel Alumni Endowed Faculty Scholar in the ECE Illinois. Many thanks to University of Illinois faculty research and the talents of its alumni contributing to the success of one of the country’s leading high-tech companies, Intel. With the stipend, ICORLAB will be able to further its […]
The goal is to explore and innovate electronic grade cubic GaN, that can enable widebandgap superjunction power electronics, a critical electronic device towards ONR’s mission.
Higher Educational Initiative in Semiconductors (HIVE), led by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and co-led by Stanford University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (RHIT), will prepare a diverse, next-generation workforce via experiential learning (online and hands-on) for the US semiconductor industry and microelectronics industry to help maintain its technological leadership. The HIVE is founded […]
Prof. Nick Holonyak – inventor of the light-emitting diode (LED) and a contributor to the first practical quantum well laser, which enabled modern fiber optics communication. Your bright light will be with us forever.
titled “Cubic-phase III-nitrides for Next Generation Quantum Devices” at the The World General Congress for Optics and Photonics of the International Commission for Optics (ICO) and the international society on Optics Within Life Sciences (OWLS), Dresden, Germany.
Open Boundary Quantum LED Simulator (OBQ-LEDsim) is the next-generation self-consistent quantum-corrected drift-diffusion simulator that eliminates artificial boundaries between quantum wells and classical continuum. It Eliminates the discontinuities of carrier concentrations caused by the artificial boundary conditions, Numerically captures the wavefunction penetration into barriers and other regions, Models the recombination rates outside active regions with higher […]
Grainger Small Equipment Grant Program, sponsored by the Grainger College of Engineering, awarded MRL to acquire the state-of-the-art Oxford OptistatDry TLEX closed cycle cryostat for advanced, temperature-dependent photonics research.
titled “From Wide (Al)GaN towards Ultra-wide Bandgap Diamond Electronics” at the Ultra-wide Bandgap Materials for Microelectronics Workshop, APS/CNM Users Meeting, Argonne National Laboratory, IL, USA.
Grainger Small Equipment Grant Program, sponsored by the Grainger College of Engineering, awarded ECE Department to upgrade Tektronix Keithley 4200A-SCS Parameter Analyzer with a Model 4225-PMU (Pulse Measure Unit) for ultra-fast analysis of the electronic and photonics devices.
Prof. Bayram gave a series of invited talks titled “Monolithic Integration of III-V emitters on Si for Ultra-low-power Photonics” and “Through Physics and Smart Materials, Breaking the Efficiency (Droop) Barrier in Light Emitting Diodes for the Ultimate Solid-State Lighting”. Many thanks to the Center for Aggressive Scaling by Advanced Processes for Electronics and Photonics, University […]