His main research concerns Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Thermionic emission, Photon and Semiconductor. His specific area of interest is Nanotechnology, where he studies Nanowire. His work in the fields of Energy conversion efficiency, Plasmon and Surface plasmon overlaps with other areas such as Energy transformation.
Thermionic emission is closely attributed to Common emitter in his work. His Photon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Photovoltaic system, Solar energy, Solar concentrator and Electricity. His Semiconductor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thin film, Electronic circuit, Superlattice and Nanostructure.
His primary scientific interests are in Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, Diamond, Diamondoid and Thermionic emission. In his research on the topic of Optoelectronics, Solar concentrator is strongly related with Photon. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Membrane and Intracellular.
In his research, Nanopillar and Wafer is intimately related to Silicon, which falls under the overarching field of Diamond. His research in Diamondoid tackles topics such as Monolayer which are related to areas like Molecular electronics. Nicholas A. Melosh interconnects Cathode, Energy conversion efficiency, Work function and Atomic physics in the investigation of issues within Thermionic emission.
Optoelectronics, Diamond, Vacancy defect, Microelectrode and Photonics are his primary areas of study. His study in Optoelectronics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermionic emission, Thermal conductivity and Micrometre. His work deals with themes such as Surface photovoltage, Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy, Semiconductor and Work function, which intersect with Thermionic emission.
He has included themes like Chemical vapor deposition, Electron-beam lithography, Photon, Ion implantation and Laser linewidth in his Diamond study. His Photon research incorporates elements of Condensed matter physics, Spin-½, Coherence and Waveguide. As part of one scientific family, Nicholas A. Melosh deals mainly with the area of Photonics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Nanophotonics, and often Quantum optics, Light emission and Resonator.
Nicholas A. Melosh mostly deals with Optoelectronics, Nanodiamond, Diamond, Nanotechnology and Resonator. His research integrates issues of Thermionic emission, Thermal conductivity and Micrometre in his study of Optoelectronics. His Nanodiamond study combines topics in areas such as Faraday efficiency, Chemical engineering and Catalysis, Oxygenate.
The concepts of his Diamond study are interwoven with issues in Ion implantation, Spin and Qubit. His study in the field of Nanostructure also crosses realms of Mechanical force. His studies deal with areas such as Photonics, Light emission, Quantum optics and Nanophotonics as well as Resonator.
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Triblock copolymer syntheses of mesoporous silica with periodic 50 to 300 angstrom pores
Dongyuan Zhao;Jianglin Feng;Qisheng Huo;Nicholas Melosh.
Ultrahigh-Density Nanowire Lattices and Circuits
Nicholas A. Melosh;Nicholas A. Melosh;Akram Boukai;Akram Boukai;Frederic Diana;Brian Gerardot.
Continuous Mesoporous Silica Films with Highly Ordered Large Pore Structures
Dongyuan Zhao;Peidong Yang;Nick Melosh;Jianglin Feng.
Advanced Materials (1998)
Photon-enhanced thermionic emission for solar concentrator systems
Jared W. Schwede;Jared W. Schwede;Jared W. Schwede;Igor Bargatin;Daniel C. Riley;Daniel C. Riley;Daniel C. Riley;Brian E. Hardin;Brian E. Hardin.
Nature Materials (2010)
Molecular and Mesoscopic Structures of Transparent Block Copolymer-Silica Monoliths
N. A. Melosh;P. Lipic;Frank S Bates;F. Wudl.
Plasmonic Energy Collection through Hot Carrier Extraction
Fuming Wang;Nicholas A. Melosh.
Nano Letters (2011)
Monochromatic Electron Photoemission from Diamondoid Monolayers
W. L. Yang;J. D. Fabbri;T. M. Willey;J. R. I. Lee.
A Nonvolatile Plasmonic Switch Employing Photochromic Molecules
Ragip A. Pala;Ken T. Shimizu;Nicholas A. Melosh;Mark L. Brongersma.
Nano Letters (2008)
Nanostraw–Electroporation System for Highly Efficient Intracellular Delivery and Transfection
Xi Xie;Alexander M. Xu;Sergio Leal-Ortiz;Yuhong Cao.
ACS Nano (2013)
Nanostraws for direct fluidic intracellular access.
Jules J. VanDersarl;Alexander M. Xu;Nicholas A. Melosh.
Biophysical Journal (2012)
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