Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Rafael Jaramillo is the Thomas Lord Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT. Jaramillo’s research interests span materials science, semiconductor physics, and renewable energy technologies, with emphasis on defect- and phase-engineering of chalcogenide compound semiconductors. Jaramillo received his BS and MEng in applied and Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University and his PhD in Physics from The University of Chicago.
- Sadeghi, I., Ye, K., Xu, M., Li, Y., LeBeau, J. M., Jaramillo, R.(2021). Making BaZrS3 Chalcogenide Perovskite Thin Films by Molecular Beam Epitaxy. Advanced Functional Materials, 2105563.
- Yin, H., Kumar, A., LeBeau, J. M., Jaramillo, R.(2021). Defect-Level Switching for Highly Nonlinear and Hysteretic Electronic Devices. Physical Review Applied 15 (1), 014014.
- Singh, A., Jo, S. S., Li, Y., Wu, C., Li, M., Jaramillo, R. (2020). Refractive uses of layered and two-dimensional materials for integrated photonics. ACS Photonics 7 (12), 3270-3285.
- Li, Y., Singh, A., Reidy, K., Jo, S. S., Ross, F. M., Jaramillo, R. (2020). Making Large‐Area Titanium Disulfide Films at Reduced Temperature by Balancing the Kinetics of Sulfurization and Roughening. Advanced Functional Materials 30 (36), 2003617.
June 8, 2021: Imperial College London, Imperial and MIT researchers join forces to tackle pollution and climate change.
June 14, 2019: MIT News, Materials Research Laboratory welcomes area teachers, community college students.
May 31, 2018: MIT News, GAIN program to connect community college students to career opportunities.