A set of MATLAB-based hardware drivers developed in the lab have been made available online. More details are available on the Hardware Drivers page, or via github. These span Thor Labs imaging equipment, oceanoptics spectrometers, and a range of motion controllers.
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“.
Patrick gave a remote invited talk in the Low Dimensional Materials and Devices session of SPIE 2021, hybrid hosted in San Diego.
He spoke about “High-throughput spectroscopy of semiconductor nanowires in the presence of inhomogeneity“ including new material from group members.
Patrick gave a virtual presentation on “High-Throughput Correlative Microscopy and Spectroscopy for Nano-Laser Development” in the CT05 “AI and Automation for Materials Design” session.