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Current Research Interests

  • Magneto-Optical studies of InMnAs and InMnSb ferromagnetic structures (more to read)
    Explore quantum coherence, correlations, and many-body effects in narrow gap semiconductors using time-resolved techniques (more to read)
  • Non-linear Spectroscopy (more to read)

Giti A. Khodaparast

Experimental Condensed Matter

Department of Physics Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 24061

Tel: 540-231-8729

Fax: 540-231-7511

Email: khoda@vt.edu

Selected Recent Publications:

Patent: Storage medium for recording information comprises ferromagnetic semiconductor comprising Group III element, Group V element, and dopant
Patent Number(s): US2004258935-A1
Inventor(s): KONO J, WANG J, KHODAPARAST G A, MUNEKATA H
Patent Assignee Name(s) and Code(s): UNIV RICE WILLIAM MARSH(RICV-C)

Review Article (IOP Journal): Ultrafast magneto-optics in ferromagnetic III–V semiconductors

Link to the Review Article, Selected as Top Papers 2006 Showcase

APL 2007

APL 2008

JAP 2008

JAP 2009

Physics Procedia-1 2010

Physics Procedia-2 2010

Biotechnol. J. 2011, 6, Cover Page of May 2nd Issue

Time-resolved Spectroscopy of MOVPE-grown III-Mn-V Ferromagnetic Semiconductors

Physical Review B (Vol.85, No.12)

 http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.85.125313

Dynamics of photoexcited carriers and spins in InAsP ternary alloys, APL 2013

http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4808346

Optoperforation of single, intact Arabidopsis cells for uptake of extracellular dye-conjugated dextran

Optics Express 2013

Cyclotron resonance in ferromagnetic InMnAs and InMnSb, Physical Review B 2013 , Editor's Suggested

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.88.235204

Sintering Temperature-Dependent Chemical Defects and the Effect on the Electrical Resistivity of Thermoelectric ZnO” Energy Harvesting and Systems

Energy Harvesting and Systems, 2014

”Photoluminescence lineshape and dynamics of localized excitonic transitions in InAsP epitaxial layers”,

Journal of Applied Physics, 2014

Ultrafast Magnetism I

Current and Past Funding Resources

NSF: Division of Material Research,

Jeffress Trust Fund

AFOSR Young Investigators Research Program Award ,

The Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science at VT (ICTAS) ,

NSF: Division of Material Research (Career Award)

AFOSR

   

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Physics, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Rice University. Houston, Texas.

2002 – Present: User, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, Florida , National High Magnetic Field

2001 – 2004: User, Stanford Picosecond Free Electron Laser Center, Stanford, California.

2001 –Present: User, Megagauss Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Japan.