II-VI Foundation


Block-Gift Projects

Professors Lisa Porter and Robert Davis, Carnegie Mellon University

Fundamental Research on Gallium-Oxide Epitaxial Films: Investigation of Polymorphs for High Efficiency Power Electronics

Professor Tsunenobu Kimoto, Kyoto University

Reduction of C-related Defects near SiO2/SiC Interface and Modeling of MOSFET Characteristics

Professor Haley Doude, Mississippi State University

Towards the Prediction and Reduction of Residual Stesses in Additively Manufactured Ti-6A1-4V

Professor Brian D'Urso, Montana State University

Improving Gravitational Measurements using Silicon Vacancy Defects in Levitated 4H-SiC Particles

Professor Allen Yi, The Ohio State University

High Volume Multiscale Functional Precision Optical Surface Replication

Professor Anant Agarwal, The Ohio State University

Reliable SiC Power MOSFET Design Methodology

Professor Mahmoud Fallahi, University of Arizona

Generation of High-Power Mode-Lock 1550nm Laser in Vertical External Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VECSEL):

Application for the Next Generation of High Data Rate Communication

Professor Linran Fan, University of Arizona

Scalable Integration of Diamond Color Centers with Aluminum Nitride Photonics for quantum Information Science

Professor Uttam Singisetti, University of Buffalo

Next Generation Ultrawide-Bandgap Electronics

Professors Matthew Doty and Stephanie Law, University of Delaware

Wafer-scale Growth of Site-Determined Wavelength-Turntable Quantum Emitters in Atomicaly-Thin (2D) Semiconductors

Professor John Dallesasse, University of Illinois at Champagne-Urbana

Polarization Control in VCSELs for Compact LiDAR and AR/VR Applications

Professors Bopaya Bidanda and Ravi Shankar Meenakshisundaram, University of Pittsburgh

Understanding Kinetics of Carbon Transport across Length-Scales at Diamond-Transition Metal Interfaces

Professor Sriram Krishnamoorthy, University of Utah*

Epitaxial Growth of Ultra-Wide Bandgap Gallium (Aluminum) Oxide Thin Films and Heterostructures

*This project will be moving to the University of California, Santa Barbara

Professor Jerrold Floro, University of Virginia

Additive Manufacturing of Thermally Stable Freeform Optical Reflectors Through Engineered Composites