Kavanagh Lab Location:
South Campus Dr. West Wing,
TASC II Rm 7040

Lab Phone: 778-782-4082

Mail Address:
Dept. Physics
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Dr.
Burnaby, BC
V5A 1S6 Canada

Publications and Presentations

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Recent Publications:

  • Comparing the mean inner potential of Zn-VI semiconductor nanowires using off-axis electron holography Anitha Jose et al  Semicondor Science and Technology 39 (2024) 075004 DOI 10.1088/1361-6641/ad4dd7
  • Development of a negative helium ion source with non-metallic charge exchange, Philip Jackle, Aleksei Bunevich, Diego Silva Lopez, Karen L. Kavanagh, and Morgan Dehnel, Journal of Instrumentation, 19 (2024) C01014.
  • Ultrasensitive rapid cytokine sensors based on asymmetric geometry two-dimensional MoS2 diodes, Thushani de Silva, Mirette Fawzy, Amirhossein Hasani, Hamidreza Ghanbari, Amin Abnavi, Abdelrahman Askar, Yue Ling, Mohammad Resa Mohammadzadeh, Fahmid Kabir Ribwar Ahmadi, Karen L. Kavanagh, Miriam Rosin, and Michael Adachi, Nature Communications 22 (2022) 18274; DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-35278-2
  • Three-Dimensional Conductive Fingerprint Phantoms Made of Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate/Graphene Nanocomposite for Evaluating Smartphone Scanners, Clayton W. Schultz, Mirette Fawzy, Farzad Nasirpouri, Karen L. Kavanagh,* and Hua-Zhong Yu, ACS Appl. Elec. Matls. 3, 2097 (2021).
  • Geometric effects on carrier collection in core-shell nanowire p-n junctions, Mingze Yang, Ali Darbandi, Simon P. Watkins, and Karen L. Kavanagh, Nano Futures 5, 025007 (2021).
  • Abrupt degenerately-doped silicon nanowire tunnel junctions, Cristina Cordoba, Taylor Teitsworth, Mingze Yang, James Cahoon, Karen L. Kavanagh, Nanotechnol. 31 415708 (2020).
  • Axial EBIC oscillations at core/shell GaAs/Fe nanowire contacts, Mingze Yang, David Dvorak, Karin Leistner, Christine Damm, S P Watkins and K L Kavanagh, Nanotechnology 30, 025701 (2019).
  • Three-dimensional imaging of beam-induced biasing of InP/GaInP tunnel diodes, Cristina Cordoba, Xulu Zeng, Daniel Wolf, Magnus T Borgström, Enrique Barrigon, Axel Lubk, and Karen L. Kavanagh, Nano Letters 196 (2019) 3490.
  • Jiaming Wang, *Symphony H. Y. Huang, *Christoph Herrmann, Shelley A. Scott, François Schiettekatte, and Karen L. Kavanagh, “Focussed Helium Ion Channeling Through Si Nanomembranes”, Vacuum Science and Technology B 36, 021203 (2018).
  • S. Alagha, S. Zhao, Z. Mi, S. P. Watkins, and K. L. Kavanagh, “Electrical Characterization of Si/InN Nanowire Heterojunctions”, Semiconductor Science and Technology 33, 015008 (2018).
  • Christoph Herrmann, Pavlo Omelchenko, and Karen L. Kavanagh, “Growth of h -BN on copper (110) in a LEEM”, Surface Science 669, 133-139 (2018).
  • Saaketh R. Narayan, Jack M. Day, Harshini L. Thinakaran, Nicole Herbots, Michelle E. Bertram, Christian E. Cornejo, Timoteo C. Diaz, Karen L. Kavanagh, R. J. Culbertson, Franscesca J. Ark, Sukesh Ram, Mark W. Mangus, and Rafiqul Islam, “Comparative Study of Surface Energies of Native Oxides of Si(100) and Si(111) via Three Liquid Contact Angle Analysis”, MRS Advances (June): 10.1557/adv.2018.473 (2018).
  • Karin Leistner, Kenny Duschek, Jonas Zehner, *Mingze Yang, Andreas Petr, Kornelius Nielsch, and Karen L. Kavanagh, “Role of Hydrogen Evolution during Epitaxial Electrodeposition of Fe on GaAs”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society 165, H3076-H3079 (2018).
  • Christian E. Cornejo, Michelle E. Bertram, Timoteo C. Diaz, Saaketh R. Narayan, Sukesh Ram, Karen L. Kavanagh, Nicole Herbots, Jack M. Day, Franscesca J. Ark, Ajit Dhamdhere, Robert J. Culbertson, and Rafiqul Islam, “Measuring Surface Energies of GaAs (100) and Si (100) by Three Liquid Contact Angle Analysis (3LCAA) for Heterogeneous Wafer Bonding”, MRS Advances (July): 10.1557/adv.2018.

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