I came to CSUSM in August 2015. Previously, I spent 3 years at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), prior to that I completed my PhD at SUNY University at Buffalo.
My research is in experimental solid state physics. My primary focus is on Silicon Quantum Electronics
Roy Murray, Justin K. Perron, M. D. Stewart Jr., and Neil M. Zimmerman - AC signal Characterization for Optimization of a CMOS Single Electron Pump- submitted to Nanotechnology.
Justin K. Perron, Michael J. Gullans, Jacob M. Taylor, M. D. Stewart, Jr., and Neil Zimmerman - Valley blockade in a silicon double quantum dot, submitted to Physical Review B .
Stephen R.D. Thomson, Justin K. Perron, and Francis M. Gasparini. Long-distance correlation-length effects and hydrodynamics of He-4 films in a Corbino geometry Physical Review B 94, 094520 (2016).
Justin K. Perron, Michael D. Stewart, Jr., and Neil M. Zimmerman - A new regime of Pauli-spin blockade, Journal of Applied Physics 119, 134307 (2016).
Justin K. Perron, Michael D. Stewart, Jr., and Neil M. Zimmerman - A quantitative study of bias triangles presented in chemical potential space, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23, 235302 (2015).
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