Professor Kevin O'Donnell

Research Professor

Physics

Publications

Room temperature cathodoluminescence quenching of Er3+ in AlNOEr
Brien V, Edwards PR, Boulet P, O'Donnell KP
Journal of Luminescence Vol 205, pp. 97-101 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jlumin.2018.09.012
Hysteretic photochromic switching (HPS) in doubly doped GaN(Mg):Eu—a summary of recent results
Edwards Paul R, O'Donnell Kevin P, Singh Akhilesh K, Cameron Douglas, Lorenz Katharina, Yamaga Mitsuo, Leach Jacob H, Kappers Menno J, Boćkowski Michal
Materials Vol 11 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.3390/ma11101800
Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study of Er bonding in AlNO:Erx films with x <= 3.6%
Katsikini M, Katchkanov V, Boulet P, Edwards P R, O'Donnell K P, Brien V
Journal of Applied Physics Vol 124 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5036614
Eu-Mg defects and donor-acceptor pairs in GaN : photodissociation and the excitation transfer problem
Singh A K, O'Donnell K P, Edwards P R, Lorenz K, Leach J H, Boćkowski M
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics Vol 51 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/aaa1cc
Luminescence of Eu3+ in GaN(Mg, Eu): transitions from the 5D1 level
Singh A K, O'Donnell K P, Edwards P R, Cameron D, Lorenz K, Kappers M J, Boćkowski M, Yamaga M, Prakash R
Applied Physics Letters Vol 111 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5001143
Validity of Vegard's rule for Al1-xInxN (0.08<x<0.28) thin films grown on GaN templates
Magalhães S, Franco N, Watson I M, Martin R W, O'Donnell K P, Schenk H P D, Tang F, Sadler T C, Kappers M J, Oliver R A, Monteiro T, Martin T L, Bagot P A J, Moody M P, Alves E, Lorenz K
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics Vol 50 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/aa69dc

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Projects

Hysteretic photochromic switching (HPS) of europium-magnesium defects in gallium nitride: a potential route to a new solid-state qubit
O'Donnell, Kevin (Principal Investigator) Edwards, Paul (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2015 - 03-Jan-2019
EPSRC DOCTORAL TRAINING GRANT | Taylor-Shaw, Elaine
Martin, Robert (Principal Investigator) O'Donnell, Kevin (Co-investigator) Taylor-Shaw, Elaine (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2011 - 02-Jan-2015
Lighting the future | Wallace, Michael
Martin, Robert (Principal Investigator) O'Donnell, Kevin (Co-investigator) Wallace, Michael (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2011 - 14-Jan-2016
Aluminium Indium Nitride Collaboration With Portugal
Martin, Robert (Principal Investigator) O'Donnell, Kevin (Co-investigator)
02-Jan-2009 - 30-Jan-2010
Rainbow (FP7 MC ITN)
Trager-Cowan, Carol (Principal Investigator) Hourahine, Ben (Co-investigator) Martin, Robert (Co-investigator) O'Donnell, Kevin (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2008 - 30-Jan-2012
EPSRC Science and Innovation Nanometrology for Molecular Science, Medicine and Manufacture
Birch, David (Principal Investigator) Dawson, Martin (Co-investigator) Faulds, Karen (Co-investigator) Girkin, John (Co-investigator) Graham, Duncan (Co-investigator) Martin, Robert (Co-investigator) O'Donnell, Kevin (Co-investigator) Rolinski, Olaf (Co-investigator) Smith, William (Co-investigator) Wynne, Klaas (Co-investigator)
The lack of capacity for advancing the emerging field of nanometrology can only be addressed through stra-tegic interdisciplinary collaborations that provide a stimulating and innovative research environment to catalyse and sustain a new dimension in UK research capability. In a major strategic initiative, Strathclyde University (SU) has founded a Centre for Molecular Nanometrology (2005 - to our knowledge, the first in the world) with facilities supported by the Wolfson Foundation and the Science Research Infrastructure Fund. This Centre has the ultimate goal of recording real-time images of dynamical interactions of single molecules in-situ. With the award of a Science and In-novation Award the Centre will facilitate the high quality, innovative, multidisciplinary research environment required to nurture and develop the extra capacity needed to make the UK a leader in nanometrology. A Science and Innovation Award will also bring together the Centre and medical collaborators at King's College London (KCL), bridging the molecular measurement gap to innovation in emerging areas of strategic impor-tance such as disease pathology, diagnostic tools in nanomedicine, the design of new drug treatments and new structural materials while facilitating knowledge transfer into the healthcare and chemical industries.
01-Jan-2008 - 31-Jan-2012

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