Ms H. A. (Aruni) Fonseka

Ms H. A. (Aruni) Fonseka is a past member of RSPE contact details and information may no longer be correct
Ms H. A. (Aruni) Fonseka
PhD student
Department of Electronic Materials Engineering
Office phone
Cockcroft 4 45

Research publications

Journal article

De Luca M, Zilli A, Fonseka H, Mokkapati S, Miriametro A, Tan H, Smith L, Jagadish C, Capizzi M, Polimeni A
Polarized light absorption in wurtzite InP nanowire ensembles
Nano Letters 15, 2() 998-1005
Zilli A, De Luca M, Tedeschi D, Fonseka H, Miriametro A, Tan H, Jagadish C, Capizzi M, Polimeni A
Temperature dependence of interband transitions in wurtzite InP nanowires
ACS Nano 9, 4() 4277-4287
De Luca M, Polimeni A, Fonseka H, Meaney A, Christianen P, Maan J, Paiman S, Tan H, Mura F, Jagadish C, Capizzi M
Magneto-optical properties of wurtzite-phase InP nanowires
Nano Letters 14, 8() 4250-4256

Conference paper

Fonseka H, Caroff P, Guo Y, Wang F, Wong-Leung J, Wong-Leung J, Tan H, Jagadish C
InP-Based Radial Heterostructures Grown on [100] Nanowires
2014 Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices (COMMAD) () 168-170
Ameruddin A, Tan H, Fonseka H, Gao Q, Wong-Leung J, Wong-Leung J, Parkinson P, Breuer S, Jagadish C
Influence of growth temperature and V/III ratio on Au-assisted InxGa1-xAs nanowires
Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices (COMMAD 2012) () 37-38
Fonseka H, Tan H, Kang J, Paiman S, Gao Q, Parkinson P, Jagadish C
Growth of InP Nanowires on Silicon Using a Thin Buffer Layer
Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices (COMMAD 2012) () 43-44

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