Graphene-GaN Schottky Photodiodes is the development of the world's first graphene-based GaN Schottky device that has the potential to achieve a much greater total quantum efficiency in UV. The objective of this project is to characterize the Schottky barrier height for graphene and the total quantum efficiency (QE) of the graphene-GaN Schottky diodes.
Integration of graphene as the top metal on GaN Schottky. This will replace platinum, which is 50% transparent at the desired wavelength, with graphene, which has higher mobility and much higher transparency (>90%). Develop a fabrication process for GaN Schottky and a chemical vapor deposition process for large area graphene. Develop a process to cleanly integrate single or multilayer graphene on GaN devices and pattern them. Develop a characterization scheme to determine the Schottky barrier height of graphene and device QE.More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Greenbelt, MD|
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