• Next Generation Computers

    Development of new materials and processing techniques for next generation computers.

  • Earth-abundant Thin-film Solar Cells

    Development of novel precursors and materials for future earth-abundant thin-film solar cells by vapor deposition.

  • Formation of 2-DEG Electron Gas

    2-DEG formed at oxide heterostructures for high performance transparent transistors.

  • Tiny copper wire for your next computer

    A chemical vapor deposition process for making the narrowest copper wires.

  • Solar Cell Research

    SnS-based solar cell consisting of Zn(O,S) buffer layer between absorber and window layers reduces interface recombination.

Welcome to the Gordon Lab website. We specialize in the deposition of thin films using both chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and alternating layer deposition (ALD). For more information, explore the links above.

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Latest News

Solar Cell Research Funding from Harvard's CCSF

March 2, 2016

With funding from Harvard University's Climate Change Solutions Fund (CCSF), Professor Roy Gordon has received an award for research that will focus on lowering the costs of solar energy, developing thin-film technology by depositing vapors on ordinary window glass, using abundant and nontoxic materials.  Gordon Group member Robert Gustafson will be working on this project.

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