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Project 1: Computation Study of Novel Electronics Metal-oxides and Sulfides Materials


           Metal oxides and metal sulfides are of current interests with various interesting properties that make them suitable for novel electronic materials. This research project focuses on theoretical and computational investigation of electronics, optical and magnetic properties of these classes of materials. In additional to their respective properties the coupling between these properties will also be studied. The computational techniques employed in this research project are based on quantum theory as well as semi-empirical approaches.


Figure 1.1 Illustration of structural identification in the atomic scale of Al in ZnO by using X-ray absorption
spectroscopy measurement in conjunction with quantum-level computation model [1].


[1] J. T-Thienprasert, S. Rujirawat, W Klysuban, J. N. Duenow, T. J. Coutts, S. B. Zhang, D. C. Look, and S. Limpijumnong, Compensation in Al-Doped ZnO by Al-Related Acceptor Complexes: Synchrotron X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy and Theory, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110(2013)055502.


Principal Investigator: Professor Dr. Sukit Limpijumnong 1)
Collaborator: Assoc. Prof. Dr.Sirichok Jungthawan 1), Assoc. Prof. Dr.Jiraroj T-Thienprasert 2), Asst. Prof. Dr.Pakpoom Rounchun 2), Dr. Adisak Boonchun 2), Dr. Sutussana Na Pattaloong 3), Asst. Prof. Dr.Jariyanee Prasongkit 4)
Affiliated Institutes: 1) School of Physics, Institute of Science, Suranaree University of Technology, 2) Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University, 3) Department of Physics, Faculty of Science- Sriracha Special Program, Kasetsart University-Sriracha Campus, 4) Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, NakhonPhanom University