NC State University, Department of Physics
kgundog at ncsu.edu
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Prof. Gundogdu’s research involves developing novel ultrafast spectroscopic methods to address problems in condensed matter physics and nanoscience. His program especially focuses on the investigation and characterization of coherent and incoherent dynamics of electronic excitations in solid state with an aim to use them in quantum technology applications functioning at practical temperatures. He is currently investigating electron-lattice interactions in lead-halide perovskites and their role in high temperature macroscopic quantum phenomena such as superfluorescence.
Honors & Awards
- Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award