Dr. Gilbertson is currently working within the Experimental Solid State group as a research associate working on narrow bandgap semiconductor nanosensors and graphene-metal-hybrid nanostructures.
Dr. Gilbertson graduated with a PhD in Physics at Imperial College London in 2010 under supervision of Prof. Lesley Cohen. His EPSRC I-CASE PhD was based at QinetiQ Malvern (with Dr. Phil Buckle), within a world leading industrial research group working on design, growth and fabrication of narrow bandgap semiconductor device structures (high speed InSb transistors and IR detectors), where he studied magnetotransport and spintronic effects in high mobilty InSb quantum well structures.
et al., 2012, Transverse focusing of spin-polarized photocurrents, Physical Review B, Vol:85, ISSN:1098-0121
et al., 2012, Observation of spin dependent photocoductivity in InSb quantum well nanowires, Applied Physics Letters, Vol:101, ISSN:0003-6951
et al., 2012, Interplay of spin and orbital magnetogyrotropic photogalvanic effects in InSb/(Al,In) Sb quantum well structures, Physical Review B, Vol:85, ISSN:1098-0121
et al., 2011, Sub-100-nm negative bend resistance ballistic sensors for high spatial resolution magnetic field detection, Applied Physics Letters, Vol:98, ISSN:0003-6951
et al., 2011, Suppression of the parasitic buffer layer conductance in InSb/AlxIn1-xSb heterostructures using a wide-band-gap barrier layer, Physical Review B, Vol:84, ISSN:1098-0121