David Carey Ph.D.
Dr. Carey graduated from the University of Dublin, Trinity College, with a First Class Honors in Natural Sciences and a PhD in physics.Research Interests: My Research interests are mainly focused on
(i) nanotechnology and nanomaterials such as applications of carbon nanotube and composites,
(ii) new materials for field emission,
(iii) electronic and nanoelectronic properties of amorphous materials, mainly diamond-like carbon,
(iv) defects in electronic materials.
Important Articles1. Laser nanostructured Ag films as substrates for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy, S J Henley, J D Carey and S R P Silva, Appl. Phys. Lett. 88, 081904 (2006).
2. Charge transport effects in field emission from carbon-nanotube polymer composites, R C Smith, J D Carey, R J Murphy, W J Blau, J N Coleman and S R P Silva, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 263105 (2005).
3. Pulsed-laser-induced nanoscale island formation in thin metal-on-oxide films, S J Henley, J D Carey and S R P Silva, Phys. Rev. B 72, 195408 (2005).
4. Dynamics of confined plumes during short and ultrashort pulsed laser ablation of graphite, S J Henley, J D Carey, S R P Silva, G M Fuge, M N R Ashfold and D Anglos, Phys. Rev. B 72, 205413 (2005).
5. Interpretation of enhancement factor in nonplanar field emitters, R C Smith, R D Forrest, J D Carey, W K Hsu and S R P Silva, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 013111 (2005).
6. Disorder, clustering, and localization effects in amorphous carbon, J D Carey and S R P Silva, Phys. Rev. B 70, 235417 (2004).
7. Room temperature photoluminescence from nanostructured amorphous carbon, S J Henley, J D Carey and S R P Silva, Appl. Phys. Lett. 85, 6236 (2004).
8. Excimer laser nanostructuring of nickel thin films for the catalytic growth of carbon nanotubes, S J Henley, C H P Poa, A A D T Adikaari, C E Giusca, J D Carey and S R P Silva, Appl. Phys. Lett. 84, 4035 (2004).
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