The Semiconductor Spectroscopy and Devices research group is part of the Nanoscience division of the Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde. The Department is a member of the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA).

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  • [doi] Monolithic multiple colour emission from InGaN grown on patterned non-polar GaN
  • [doi] A luminescence study of Cu₂ZnSnSe₄/Mo/glass films and solar cells with near stoichiometric copper content
  • [doi] The scanning electron microscope as a flexible tool for investigating the properties of UV-emitting nitride semiconductor thin films
  • [doi] Room temperature cathodoluminescence quenching of Er³⁺ in AlNOEr
  • [doi] A magneto?reflectivity study of CuInTe2 single crystals
  • [doi] Inverse-designed diamond photonics
  • [doi] Synthesis of small gold nanorods and their subsequent functionalization with hairpin single stranded DNA
  • [doi] Determining GaN nanowire polarity and its influence on light emission in the scanning electron microscope