Welcome to the Xing Group

Dr. Huili (Grace) XingPrincipal Investigator
Dr. Huili (Grace) Xing 

Our group research can be loosely grouped into three areas: GaN electronic and optoelectronics, steep transistors, and 2-D crystals. The semiconductors we work with include GaN, convential III-Vs, Si, graphene and other 2D crystals. 

Latest News

2015/12: Kazuki presented 3.4 kV GaN rectifiers at IEDM

Check out Zongyang Hu's paper that's been highlighted in Semiconductor Today and published in Applied Physics Letters!
Link: http://www.semiconductor-today.com/news_items/2015/dec/cornell_241215.shtml
Paper: https://djena.engineering.cornell.edu/papers/2015/apl15_zongyang_gan_ideal_pn_diode.pdf

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  • GaN HEMTs with 370 GHz ft
    GaN HEMTs with 370 GHz ft
  • Rama mapping of single layer graphene labeled with isotopes during CVD growth
    Rama mapping of single layer graphene labeled with isotopes during CVD growth
  • THz modulators based on graphene
    THz modulators based on graphene
  • Tunnel FETs with electrons tunneling from quasi-3D to gated 2D DOS
    Tunnel FETs with electrons tunneling from quasi-3D to gated 2D DOS
  • Xing Group shot
    Group photo with Dr. Jena's group in 2012 summer
  • Nanowire aligned by DEP for polarization sensitive photodetectors
    Nanowire aligned by DEP for polarization sensitive photodetectors

Latest Publications

(J-171) Hugo Condori Quispe, Jimy J. Encomendero-Risco, Huili Grace Xing and Berardi Sensale-Rodriguez
Appl. Phys. Lett., 109, 063111 (2016). DOI: 10.1063/1.4961053
 
(J-170) Tao Jiang,* Xueqiang Zhang,* Suresh Vishwanath,* Xin Mu,* Vasily Kanzyuba, Denis Sokolov, Sylwia Ptasinska,* David B. Go, Huili Grace Xing* and Tengfei Luo*
Nanoscale, 8, 10993 (2016). * equal contribution DOI: 10.1039/c6nr00979d
 
(J-169) Jun H. Park, Sara Fathipour, Iljo Kwak, Kasra Sardashti, Christopher F. Ahles, Suresh Vishwanath, Huili Grace Xing, Susan K. Fullerton-Shirey, Andrew Kummel and Alan Seabaugh
ACS Nano, 10, 6888-6896 (2016). DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.6b02648
 
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