My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nanostructured quantum wells, Quantum interference effects, high electron mobility devices, electron tunneling, electron emission.
Epitaxial growth of semiconductor layers, HEMT transistors, thermoelectrics.
A. N. Tavkhelidze, Nanostructured electrodes for thermionic and thermo-tunnel devices, J. Appl. Phys. 108, 044313 (2010).
A. Tavkhelidze, Large enhancement of the thermoelectric figure of merit in a ridged quantum well, Nanotechnology 20 (2009) 405401.
A.Tavkhelidze, V. Svanidze, Quantum state depression in semiconductor quantum well, International Journal of Nanoscience, Vol. 7, No. 6, pp. 333-338, (2008).
A. Tavkhelidze and V. Svanidze, Quantum state depression in quantum well devices, The 21 International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference IVNC2008, Wroclaw, 13-17 July, Poland.
A.N. Tavkhelidze, A. Bibilashvili, L. Jangidze, B. Billenberg and G. F. Rempfer, Quantum interference depression in thin metal films with nanostructured surfaces, Nanotechnology Perceptions, v.4, p.1, (2008).
A. Tavkhelidze, V. Svanidze, and L. Tsakadze, Thermotunnel refrigerator with vacuum/insulator tunnel barrier: A theoretical analysis, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, v.26(1), p. 5-7, Jan/Feb (2008).
Tavkhelidze, A. Svanidze, V. Noselidze, I., Quantum interference depression in thin metal films with ridged surface, 20-th International vacuum nanoelectronics conference, Chicago, IL, USA, page(s): 46-47, (2007).
A. Tavkhelidze, V. Svanidze and I. Noselidze, Fermi gas energetics in low-dimensional metals of special geometry J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B, v. 25(4), p. 1270, Jul-Aug (2007).
A. Tavkhelidze, A. Bibilashvili, L. Jangidze, A. Shimkunas, P. Mauger, G. F. Rempfer, L. Almaraz, T. Dixon and M. E. Kordesch, Observation of Quantum Interference Effect in Solids J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 24(3), p. 1413 (2006).
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Tbilisi State University
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