Nanowire Week 2022: Talks and Posters

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Nanowire week 2022

Group members Dr Stephen Church and Nikesh Patel have presented their work at the 2022 Nanowire Week meeting in Chamonix, France.

Stephen gave an oral presentation on his recent research on “Nanowire facet reflectivity and lasing performance using high-throughput interferometry“.

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Nikesh presented a poster on his work on “High Intra- and Interwire Uniformity in 2D Radial GaAsP/GaAs Core/Shell Triple Quantum Well Structures

MRS Fall 2021 – Mobility, Quantum Efficiency and Defect Density from High Throughput Spectroscopy of CsPbBr3 Nanowires

Stephen Church will present a talk on his recent work on holistic modelling using high-throughput spectroscopy virtually at MRS Fall 2021. This work, in collaboration with Prof Ernesto Joselevich at the Weizmann Institute uses high-throughput multimodal techniques to simultaneously model mobility, quantum efficiency and defect density from a single correlative study.

Conference Talks: EUROMAT 2021

Group PhD student Ruqaiya Al-Abri and postdoctoral researcher Stephen Church both gave oral talks at EUROMAT 2021. The conference, originally scheduled to be held in-person in Vienna, ran as a virtual meeting.

Ruqaiya gave her first oral presentation on her collaboration with Lund University on “High-throughput spectroscopy for optimizing internal quantum efficiency in Aerotaxy-grown Zn-Doped GaAs Nanowires” in the Nanowires and Nanotubes session.

Stephen presented his new work, (and first in the group) on a recent collaboration with the Weizmann Institute on “Carrier dynamics and recombination mechanisms from high-throughput study of strained CsPbBr3 perovskite nanowires“.

New Conference Proceeding: Effect of Micron-scale Photoluminescence Variation on Droop Measurements in InGaN/GaN Quantum Wells

Rachel Barrett (a PhD student in the Binks group in Manchester) has had a conference proceeding published in collaboration with the OMS group. The study, on micro-scale spectroscopy of GaN-based quantum wells was presented at Photon 2020 and was carried out in collaboration with the Department of Materials Science at Cambridge.

Reference: Effect of Micron-scale Photoluminescence Variation on Droop Measurements in InGaN/GaN Quantum Wells, Barrett et al., J Phys Conference Series, 1919, 012011 (2021), DOI:10.1088/1742-6596/1919/1/012011

Conference Proceedings: Spatially and temporally resolved degradation in antisolvent treated perovskite films

Group PhD student Hoyeon Choi has had a conference proceedings accepted for SPIE Europe 2020. As this conference has been cancelled, his talk is available throught the SPIE Digital Form.

In his work, Hoyeon describes the application of confocal and time-resolved spectral mapping to study and understand photobrightening and degradation processes in a prototypical perovskite material fabricated with and without use of anti-solvent treatment.

The presentation and paper are available online now.

Reference: Spatially and temporally resolved degradation in antisolvent treated perovskite films, Hoyeon Choi, Chun-Ren Ke, Stefan Skalsky, Wendy Flavell, and Patrick Parkinson, Proc. SPIE 11365, Organic Electronics and Photonics: Fundamentals and Devices II, 113650Q