2020 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2004 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Colin Nuckolls mainly investigates Molecule, Nanotechnology, Conductance, Crystallography and Chemical physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conjugated system and Stereochemistry in addition to Molecule. His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Field-effect transistor and Optoelectronics.
In the subject of general Optoelectronics, his work in Heterojunction is often linked to Power gain, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Conductance study combines topics in areas such as Functional group, Oligomer, Computational chemistry and Quantum tunnelling. His work in Chemical physics addresses issues such as Density functional theory, which are connected to fields such as Tunnel effect, Rectification and Diode.
Colin Nuckolls mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Molecule, Chemical physics, Conductance and Optoelectronics. His studies deal with areas such as Field-effect transistor and Transistor as well as Nanotechnology. His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallography, Conjugated system, Stereochemistry and Density functional theory.
The Conductance study combines topics in areas such as Computational chemistry, Scanning tunneling microscope, Molecular conductance and Quantum tunnelling. His study in Optoelectronics focuses on Heterojunction in particular. His Molecular electronics research includes elements of Monolayer and Molecular wire.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Molecule, Chemical physics, Perylene and Crystallography. His work is dedicated to discovering how Nanotechnology, Organic electronics are connected with Fullerene and other disciplines. Colin Nuckolls interconnects Conductance, Photochemistry, Covalent bond and Quantum tunnelling in the investigation of issues within Molecule.
The various areas that he examines in his Chemical physics study include Electron mobility, Singlet fission, Semiconductor, Cluster and Density functional theory. His Perylene study incorporates themes from Field-effect transistor and Organic solar cell. His study in Crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Visible spectrum and Helicene.
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Inorganic chemistry, Conductance and Graphene nanoribbons. His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organic electronics, Fullerene and Molecular orbital. His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Ribbon, Trihalide, Bandwidth and Perylene.
His Conductance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Carbon nanotube, Silicon and Permeability. His Quantum tunnelling research includes themes of Molecule and Dielectric. His Molecule research focuses on Molecular conductance in particular.
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Atomically thin p–n junctions with van der Waals heterointerfaces
Chul Ho Lee;Chul Ho Lee;Gwan Hyoung Lee;Arend M. Van Der Zande;Wenchao Chen.
Nature Nanotechnology (2014)
Dependence of single-molecule junction conductance on molecular conformation
Latha Venkataraman;Jennifer E. Klare;Colin Nuckolls;Mark S. Hybertsen.
Flexible and Transparent MoS2 Field-Effect Transistors on Hexagonal Boron Nitride-Graphene Heterostructures
Gwan Hyoung Lee;Young Jun Yu;Young Jun Yu;Xu Cui;Nicholas Petrone.
ACS Nano (2013)
Single-Molecule Circuits with Well-Defined Molecular Conductance
Latha Venkataraman;Jennifer E. Klare;Iris W. Tam;Colin Nuckolls.
Nano Letters (2006)
Molecular helices as electron acceptors in high-performance bulk heterojunction solar cells
Yu Zhong;M. Tuan Trinh;Rongsheng Chen;Rongsheng Chen;Geoffrey E. Purdum.
Nature Communications (2015)
Covalently Bridging Gaps in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with Conducting Molecules
Xuefeng Guo;Joshua P. Small;Jennifer E. Klare;Yiliang Wang.
Coulomb engineering of the bandgap and excitons in two-dimensional materials
Archana Raja;Andrey Chaves;Andrey Chaves;Jaeeun Yu;Ghidewon Arefe.
Nature Communications (2017)
Efficient organic solar cells with helical perylene diimide electron acceptors.
Yu Zhong;M. Tuan Trinh;Rongsheng Chen;Rongsheng Chen;Wei Wang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Conductivity of a single DNA duplex bridging a carbon nanotube gap
Xuefeng Guo;Alon A. Gorodetsky;James Hone;Jacqueline K. Barton.
Nature Nanotechnology (2008)
Label-free single-molecule detection of DNA-hybridization kinetics with a carbon nanotube field-effect transistor
Sebastian Sorgenfrei;Chien-yang Chiu;Ruben L. Gonzalez;Young-Jun Yu.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
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