Our research aim is to propose, develop, and demonstrate novel and useful bioelectronic, nanophotonic and optoelectronic devices and interfaces for the applications to energy, medicine, and environment. To meet this objective we explore, engineer and exploit interesting characteristics and phenomena of nanomaterials and biomaterials, and use them in novel device and interface architectures. Our research integrates fundamental scientific knowledge with forward-looking engineering approaches, and it spans conception, modeling, material preparation, device fabrication, characterization, and their system-level applications.
Our paper on high-Q, directional and self-assembled random lasers are picked as a featured article by the Editors of APL Photonics.
Our paper on high-Q, directional and self-assembled random lasers is published on the cover of the APL Photonics (Volume 5, Issue 10, Oct. 2020).
The paper is also highlighted by SciLight.
The Optical Society Board of Directors has approved Prof. Nizamoglu’s Senior Member designation.
Our paper demonstrating the most efficient eco‐friendly white LED is highlighted on the frontispiece of Advanced Materials Technologies.
Prof. Nizamoglu received The Young Scientist Award.
Prof. Nizamoglu received IEEE Turkey Research Encouragement Award.
Our Ph.D. student, Sadra Sadeghi, received the Best Poster Presentation Award at the National Photonics Congress 2019. Congrats Sadra!
Our Ph.D. student, Houman Jalali, won the Graduate Student Award at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) in Nice, France. He received his award by Prof. Anke Weidenkaff from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Prof. Sergio Brovelli from the University of Milano-Bicocca and Prof. Iwan Moreels from Ghent University. Congrats Houman!
Prof. Nizamoglu received TUBITAK (Turkish NRF) Encouragement Award, one of the most prestigious national awards.
Prof. Nizamoglu received the College of Engineering “Outstanding Faculty Award” by Koç University President Umran Inan.
Houman Bahmani Jalali, PhD candidate in IDEALAB, won the Nanoscale Horizons Best Poster Prize at the Tenth International Conference on Quantum Dots (QD 2018) in Toronto, Canada with his work titled “Synthesis of Bio-compatible Type-II InP/ZnO Quantum Dots”. The award was given by University of Toronto vice-president Professor Ted Sargent. Congrats Houman!
Our study on quantum dot based white LEDs with high luminous efficiency, which is published by Optica is highlighted by:
OSA (Optical Society of America) – Quantum Dot White LEDs Achieve Record Efficiency
AAAS (The American Association for the Advancement of Science) – Quantum dot white LEDs achieve record efficiency
Photonics.com – Liquid-Based White LEDs Achieve High Luminous Efficiency
Science Daily – Quantum dot white LEDs achieve record efficiency
Businesswire.com – Quantum Dot White LEDs Achieve Record Efficiency
American Physical Society – A Bright Future: Quantum Dots and the Quest for Energy Efficient White Lights
L+D Magazine – LEDS (AINDA) MAIS EFICIENTES
Prof. Nizamoglu will give an invited talk at CIMTEC 2018 – 14th International Conference on Modern Materials and Technologies in Perugia, Italy on June 14, 2018.
Prof. Nizamoglu joined PLOS ONE as an Academic Editor.
Prof. Nizamoglu is elected as the program chair of NOMA (Novel Optical Materials and Applications) of Advanced Photonics Congress 2018 by OSA (Optical Society of America). The conference will be held on 02 – 05 July 2018 in ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
Prof. Nizamoglu will give an invited talk entitled “Silk-Based Self-Assembly and Lithography” at MRS Fall 2017 on November 27, 2017.