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Lyudmila Turyanska

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science

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Research Summary

The research programme is based on self-assembled and colloidal quantum dots (QDs). This is an interdisciplinary project between physics and chemistry and offers prospects for applications in life… read more

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Current Research

The research programme is based on self-assembled and colloidal quantum dots (QDs). This is an interdisciplinary project between physics and chemistry and offers prospects for applications in life sciences. An understanding of how to control and exploit the unique properties of zero-dimensional structures for novel devices and applications. I work on synthesis of colloidal QDs and study the properties and prospect for use for both self-assembled and colloidal QDs.

Past Research

The aim of my PhD work was to investigate the influence of different conditions on the electrical and optical properties of bulk II-VI (CdTe-based) materials: high- (up to 1200 0C) and low- (down to 77 K) temperature DC and AC Hall-effect and conductivity measurements; high-temperature transport measurements at different partial pressure. I was involved in all stages of the bulk semiconductors characterisation: sample processing, set-up construction and measurements.

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