Our collaborative work on the selection, transfer and testing of semiconductor nanowire lasers has now been published in Nano Letters. In this work, growth colleagues at ANU prepared nanowire lasers which were characterised at Manchester. This characterisation was used to select bins of nanowires, which were transferred using a cutting
Our new paper produce in collaboration with Michael Strain and Antonio Hurtado (University of Strathclyde) and the Jagadish group (Australian National University) is now available on the arXiv. In this work, we combine high-quality nanolaser growth (ANU) with high-throughput optical spectroscopy (Manchester) and high-speed pick-and-place technology (Strathclyde) to demonstrate scaled-up
The group welcomed Dr Antonio Hurtado of the University of Strathclyde Institute of Photonics to give a seminar at the Photon Science Institute. He spoke on Neuromorphic Photonics – the use of lasers as non-linear elements in a neuromorphic system.