Nadia El-Masry

Professor

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  • Engineering Building I (EB1) 3014C

Nadia El-Masry joined the NCSU faculty in 1986 as an Assistant Professor. El-Masry has published in the area of superlattices, pseudomorphic heterostructures, ordering and crystal structure of ternary and quaternary III-V alloys, atomic layer epitaxy (ALE), laser writing of single crystal III-V materials, Laser ablation of oxides and ferromagnetic materials on semiconductor substrates, transition metals doped GaN for spin electronic and memory dvices. Also, she has experience in thin film growth by organometallic chemical vapor deposition (OMCVD), laser chemical vapor deposition (LCVD) techniques, and the characterization of these films by means of transmission electron microscopy (TEM), X-ray diffraction techniques, and magnetotransport measurements.

Dr. El-Masry’s interests include growth and characterization of III-V thin film semiconductor materials and bulk metallic alloys; structural characterization by x-ray and transmission electron microscopy; growth and characterization of magnetic materials.

Education

Ph.D. 1980

Materials Engineering

North Carolina State University

M.S. 1975

Chemical Engineering

Alexandria University, Egypt

B.S. 1972

Chemical Engineering

Alexandria University, Egypt

Publications

Observing relaxation in device quality InGaN templates by TEM techniques
Eldred, T. B., Abdelhamid, M., Reynolds, J. G., El-Masry, N. A., LeBeau, J. M., & Bedair, S. M. (2020), APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 116(10). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5139269
Growth and characterization of InxGa1-xN (0 < x < 0.16) templates for controlled emissions from MQW
Abdelhamid, M., Reynolds, J. G., El-Masry, N. A., & Bedair, S. M. (2019). Growth and characterization of InxGa1-xN (0 < x < 0.16) templates for controlled emissions from MQW. JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH, 520, 18–26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2019.05.019,
Nature of electrical conduction in MoS2 films deposited by laser physical vapor deposition
Jagannadham, K., Das, K., Reynolds, C. L., & El-Masry, N. (2018), Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 29(16), 14180–14191. https://doi.org/10.1007/S10854-018-9551-9
Electric field control of ferromagnetism at room temperature in GaCrN (p-i-n) device structures
El-Masry, N. A., Zavada, J. M., Reynolds, J. G., Reynolds, C. L., Liu, Z., & Bedair, S. M. (2017), Applied Physics Letters, 111(8). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4986431
Growth and characterization of high-quality, relaxed in (y) Ga1-y N templates for optoelectronic applications
Van Den Broeck, D. M., Bharrat, D., Liu, Z., El-Masry, N. A., & Bedair, S. M. (2015), Journal of Electronic Materials, 44(11), 4161–4166. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-015-3989-9
Enhanced radiative recombination and suppressed Auger process in semipolar and nonpolar InGaN/GaN quantum wells grown over GaN nanowires
You, G. J., Liu, J., Jiang, Z. Y., Wang, L., El-Masry, N. A., Hosalli, A. M., … Xu, J. (2014), Optics Letters, 39(6), 1501–1504. https://doi.org/10.1364/ol.39.001501
Strain-balanced InGaN/GaN multiple quantum wells
Broeck, D. M., Bharrat, D., Hosalli, A. M., El-Masry, N. A., & Bedair, S. M. (2014), Applied Physics Letters, 105(3). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4890738
Carrier transport and improved collection in thin-barrier InGaAs/GaAsP strained quantum well solar cells
Bradshaw, G. K., Carlin, C. Z., Samberg, J. P., El-Masry, N. A., Colter, P. C., & Bedair, S. M. (2013), IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 3(1), 278–283. https://doi.org/10.1109/jphotov.2012.2216858
Gallium nitride nanowires by maskless hot phosphoric wet etching
Bharrat, D., Hosalli, A. M., Van Den Broeck, D. M., Samberg, J. P., Bedair, S. M., & El-Masry, N. A. (2013), Applied Physics Letters, 103(8). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4819272
Interface properties of Ga(As,P)/(In,Ga)As strained multiple quantum well structures
Samberg, J. P., Alipour, H. M., Bradshaw, G. K., Carlin, C. Z., Colter, P. C., LeBeau, J. M., … Bedair, S. M. (2013), Applied Physics Letters, 103(7). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4818548

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