Group postdoc Stephen Church presented a talk at EUROMAT23, in Munich, Germany. His talk, on "Understanding Nanowire Laser Performance - Insights from Experimental Big-Data" drew together material from collaborators spanning Australia, London, Jena, and Cambridge. By applying a modular experiment with high-throughput capability he showed that some findings - such
Group PI Patrick was invited to give a talk at the International Union of Materials Research Society meeting in Singapore. The talk, entitled 'Semiconductor Optimization Using Functional Inhomogeneity: High-Throughput Characterization for Semiconductor Nano-Lasers' reviewed recent work from the group to optimize nanolasers. The meeting also provided an opportunity to meet
Congratulations to group PhD student Nawal Al-Amairi for presenting her work on particle detector characterisation at E-MRS this week! The work was a collaboration with the experimental particle physics group of Alex Oh at Manchester.
Group postdoc Stephen Church was awarded the “best early-career-researcher” presentation prize at the Rank Prize Symposium meeting in Grasmere. The meeting Nanowire Photonics was chaired by Prof. Martin Dawson (Strathclyde), Prof. Hannah Joyce (Cambridge) and Prof. Michael Johnston (Oxford). Congratulations to Stephen!
The group was well represented at the Rank Prize symposium in Grasmere. The high-throughput and automation session included invited talks from Patrick, Stephen Church and Ruqaiya Al-Abri.
Two of the group gave oral presentations at CMD29 in Manchester. Group PhD student Hoyeon Choi reported his work on the “Impact of Microstructure of Crystallinity driven singlet fission efficiency in diF-TES-ADT“, a collaboration between Jenny Clark (Sheffield) our our group. Group PDRA Stephen Church reported his work on “Disentangling
Group PDRA Stephen Church presented his work on nanolaser characterization at APC22 in Maastricht. He described our high-throughput methodology to understand the relative contributions of gain, end facet and cavity for photonic integrated application.
Group postdoc Stephen Church presented a talk entitled “Disentangling Gain, Distributed Losses and End-Facet Losses in Freestanding Nanowire Lasers using Automated High-Throughput Micro-Spectroscopy” at UK Semiconductors in Sheffield, UK. This collaborative work between Manchester and colleagues in Zhejiang and University College London reported a multimodal correlative approach to studying nanolasers.
Patrick gave a talk at ICPS Sydney, entitled “Hot-carrier dynamics in Zn-doped GaAs nanowires at sub-picosecond timescales via high-throughput spectroscopy“. This work, in collaboration with Martin Magnusson and colleagues at Lund University was led by group PhD student Ruqaiya Al-Abri.
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“. Nikesh presented a poster on his work on “High Intra-