Yui-Hong Matthias Tan's Biography
Yui-Hong Matthias Tan received his German Dipl.-Ing engineering degree (joint B.S./M.S.) in electrical engineering from Ruhr University Bochum in 2010. For his Dipl.-Ing. degree he worked on atomistic modeling of quantum dots and experimental laser optics at Purdue and the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, respectively. As an NSF fellow, Yui-Hong is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at Purdue. His research focuses on single impurity devices and electron transport in quantum dots.
During his tenure in the Klimeck research group he worked/is working on the following research projects.
- Quantum Confined Stark Effect in identical and non-identical QD stacks
- Modeling of optical emission spectra in InAs/InGaAs quantum dot molecules
- Densely Phosphorous-doped Silicon(Si:P) devices
- Coulomb-blockaded electron transport in quantum dots/single impurities
- Mapping of ab-initio to Tight Binding
- Ab-initio band unfolding