Welcome to the Kavanagh Lab!

Latest Paper:

Off-axis electron holography of ferromagnetic multilayer nanowires, Akhtari-Zavareh, A.; Carignan, L.P.; Yelon, A.; MeĀ“nard, D.; Kasama, T.; Herring, R.; Dunin-Borkowski, R.E.; McCartney, M.R.; Kavanagh, K.L.  Journal of Applied Physics 116, 023902 (14 July 2014).

Watch for us at these meetings:

Nov. 30 - Dec. 5: The 2014 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit, Boston, MA

Wed. 11 am Talk: Probing the Transport Characteristics of Si and Mg-Doped InN Nanowires, Shima  Alagha, Songrui  Zhao, Omid  Salehzadeh, Simon  Watkins, Zetian  Mi, Karen  Kavanagh.

Wed. Evening Poster: 9.13: Effect of Electrode Surface Area on the Capacitance of Solid-State Supercapacitors, Cristina  Cordoba, Jasbir  Patel, Bozena  Kaminska, Karen  Kavanagh.

 

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Notable images above:

InAs nanowires grown by MBE with controlled kinks (JAP submitted)

Kavanagh Lab Location: South Campus Dr., TASC II Rm 7040; Lab Phone 778-782-4082;
Mail Address: Dept. Physics, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Dr., Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 Canada