Cyrus Dreyer earned a B.S. in Engineering Science and Physics, and a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Virginia. He earned a Ph.D. in Materials from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and then was a postdoctoral associate at Rutgers University. In addition to his position at CCQ, he is an assistant professor at Stony Brook University in the department of Physics and Astronomy. His research interests involve developing and implementing computational techniques based on density functional theory to explore the properties of electronic materials.
“Current-density implementation for calculating flexoelectric coefficients,” Cyrus E. Dreyer, Massimiliano Stengel, and David Vanderbilt, APS Physics, 075153, August 28, 2018
“First-Principles Calculations of Point Defects for Quantum Technologies,” Cyrus E. Dreyer, Audrius Alkauskas, John L. Lyons, Anderson Janotti, and Chris G. Van de Walle, Annual Review of Materials Research, Vol. 48:1-26, July, 2018
“Correct Implementation of Polarization Constants in Wurtzite Materials and Impact on III-Nitrides,”Cyrus E. Dreyer, Anderson Janotti, Chris G. Van de Walle, and David Vanderbilt, APS Physics, X 6, 021038 ,June 20, 2016
“Gallium vacancy complexes as a cause of Shockley-Read-Hall recombination in III-nitride light emitters,” Cyrus E. Dreyer, Audrius Alkauskas, John L. Lyons, James S. Speck, Chris G. Van de Walle, Applied Physics Letters, 108; 141101, February 2016