Irma Kuljanishvili, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Physics


Education

M.S. in Physics, Michigan State University, 2001
Ph.D. in Physics, Michigan State University, 2005

Research Interests

  • Synthesis and characterization of novel 1D and 2D nanoscale materials  for scalable device technologies and applications
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy techniques
  • SPM based lithography; Nanoscale design, assembly, and patterning techniques

Labs and Facilities

  • Atomic Force Microscopy System 
  • Home-Built Automated Chemical Vapor Deposition System 
  • Electrical Characterization Probe Station 
  • Custom Built Direct Write Nanopatterning Tool. 

Publications and Media Placements

IN DEPTH: How nanoscale semiconductor devices are studied  
An Interview with Dr. Irma Kuljanishvili, NANOScientific, Semiconductor special addition, September 14 issue, pg. 18
http://www.nano-scientific.org/fall/

Honors and Awards

  • MSU College of Natural Science Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Fall 2004.
  • MSU Physics and Astronomy Department Sherwood K. Haynes Award, (for an outstanding PhD student), Spring 2005
  • SLU PRF Award 2013 Single Investigator 
  • SLU PRF Award 2014 Cross Disciplinary Multiple Investigators 
  • SLU PRF Award 2017 Collaborative with David Wisbey
  • NSF MRI Acquisition of Raman Spectroscopy System for Research and Education, 2013-2016 

Professional Organizations and Associations

American Physical Society 
American Vacuum Society