Ádám Gali


Semiconductor nanostructures research group
Félvezető nanoszerkezetek kutatócsoport
gali.adam (at) ttk.bme.hu
+36 1 463 1580


Ab-initio computational and experimental materials science focusing on point defects in bulk and nanostructures semiconductor materials for quantum technology, biosensor, and solar cell applications

See Adam Gali's group webpage here.

Most important Publications

A silicon carbide room-temperature single-photon source
S. Castelletto, B. C. Johnson, V. Ivády, N. Stavrias, T. Umeda, A. Gali, and T. Ohshima
Nature Materials 13 151-156 (2014) DOI: 10.1038/nmat3806
Electrically driven single photon source at room temperature in diamond
N. Mizuochi, T. Makino, H. Kato, D. Takeuchi, M. Ogura, H. Okushi, M. Nothaft, P. Neumann, A. Gali, F. Jelezko, J. Wrachtrup, and S. Yamasaki
Nature Photonics 6 299-303 (2012).
Gate-Controlled Donor Activation in Silicon Nanowires
Binghai Yan, Thomas Frauenheim, and Adam Gali
Nano Letters 10 3791-3795 (2010).
High Energy Excitations in Silicon Nanoparticles
Adam Gali, Márton Vörös, Dario Rocca, Gergely T. Zimanyi, and Giulia Galli
Nano Letters 9 3780-3785 (2009).
Theory of Spin-Conserving Excitation of the N-V- Center in Diamond
Adam Gali, Erik Janzén, Péter Deák, Georg Kresse and Efthimios Kaxiras
Physical Review Letters 103 186404 (2009).