We report the first-of-its-kind, self-organized gate stack of Ge nanosphere (NP) gate/SiO2/Si1-xGex channel fabricated in a single oxidation step. Process-controlled tunability of the Ge NP size (5-90nm), SiO2 thickness (2-4nm), and Ge content (x = 0.65-0.85) and strain engineering (ϵcomp = 1-3%) of the Si1-xGex are achieved. We demonstrated Ge junctionless (JL) n-FETs and photoMOSFETs (PTs) as amplifier and photodetector, respectively, for Ge receivers. LG of 75nm JL n-FETs feature ION/IOFF > 5×108, ION > 500μA/μm at VDS = 1V, T= 80K. Ge-PTs exhibit superior photoresponsivity >1,000A/W and current gain linearity ranging from nW-mW for 850nm illumination. Size-tunable photo-luminescence (PL) of 300-1600nm (NUV-NIR) are observed on 5-100nm Ge NPs. Our gate stack of Ge NP/SiO2/Si1-xGex enables a practically achievable building block for monolithically-integrated Ge electronic and photonic ICs (EPICs) on Si.