Charles Rogers


MSE Areas: Thin film materials, reduced dimensional and very small systems, fluctuations, and nano-scale device physics

Prof. Rogers does research on nano-fabricated devices, on reduced dimensional systems, and on the physics of fluctuations and noise in very small electronic devices. The laboratory presently has ongoing programs in the physics of molecular dipole rotor systems, in the nonlinear optical characterization of interfaces between photovoltaic materials, and in the nanofabrication and application of gallium nitride nanowire systems. Prof. Rogers serves as Director of the Engineering Physics Program at the University of Colorado and is a founding fellow of the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI).