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2019

Roberts, J.W. and Chalker, P.R. and Ding, B. and Oliver, R.A. and Gibbon, J.T. and Jones, L.A.H. and Dhanak, V.R. and Phillips, L.J. and Major, J.D. and Massabuau, F.C.-P. (2019) Low temperature growth and optical properties of α-Ga2O3 deposited on sapphire by plasma enhanced atomic layer deposition. Journal of Crystal Growth, 528. 125254. ISSN 0022-0248

Mandal, Soumen and Yuan, Chao and Massabuau, Fabien and Pomeroy, James W. and Cuenca, Jerome and Bland, Henry and Thomas, Evan and Wallis, David and Batten, Tim and Morgan, David and Oliver, Rachel and Kuball, Martin and Williams, Oliver A. (2019) Thick adherent diamond films on AlN with low thermal barrier resistance. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11 (43). pp. 40826-40834. ISSN 1944-8244

Roble, A. A. and Patra, S. K. and Massabuau, F. and Frentrup, M. and Leontiadou, M. A. and Dawson, P. and Kappers, M. J. and Oliver, R. A. and Graham, D. M. and Schulz, S. (2019) Impact of alloy fluctuations and Coulomb effects on the electronic and optical properties of c-plane GaN/AlGaN quantum wells. Scientific Reports. ISSN 2045-2322 (In Press)

Moloney, J and Tesh, O and Singh, M and Roberts, J W and Jarman, J C and Lee, L C and Huq, T N and Brister, J and Karboyan, S and Kuball, M and Chalker, P R and Oliver, R A and Massabuau, F C-P (2019) Atomic layer deposited α-Ga2O3 solar-blind photodetectors. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 52 (47). 475101. ISSN 0022-3727

Wang, Ruizhi and Purdie, David G. and Fan, Ye and Massabuau, Fabien C.-P. and Braeuninger-Weimer, Philipp and Burton, Oliver J. and Blume, Raoul and Schloegl, Robert and Lombardo, Antonio and Weatherup, Robert S. and Hofmann, Stephan (2019) A peeling approach for integrated manufacturing of large monolayer h‑BN crystals. ACS Nano, 13 (2). pp. 2114-2126. ISSN 1936-0851

2018

Roberts, J.W. and Jarman, J.C. and Johnstone, D.N. and Midgley, P.A. and Chalker, P.R. and Oliver, R.A. and Massabuau, F.C-P. (2018) α-Ga2O3 grown by low temperature atomic layer deposition on sapphire. Journal of Crystal Growth, 487. pp. 23-27. ISSN 0022-0248

2017

Massabuau, Fabien C-P. and Rhode, Sneha L. and Horton, Matthew K. and O'Hanlon, Thomas J. and Kovacs, Andras and Zielinski, Marcin S. and Kappers, Menno J. and Dunin-Borkowski, Rafal E. and Humphreys, Colin J. and Oliver, Rachel A. (2017) Dislocations in AlGaN: core structure, atom segregation, and optical properties. Nano Letters, 17 (8). pp. 4846-4852. ISSN 1530-6992

Massabuau, F. C-P. and Chen, P. and Horton, M. K. and Rhode, S. L. and Ren, C. X. and O'Hanlon, T. J. and Kovács, A. and Kappers, M. J. and Humphreys, C. J. and Dunin-Borkowski, R. E. and Oliver, R. A. (2017) Carrier localization in the vicinity of dislocations in InGaN. Journal of Applied Physics, 121 (013104). ISSN 0021-8979

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