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
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 an invited talk at a virtual Compound Semiconductor Week 2021 (nominally in Stockholm) on “A needle in a needlestack – exploiting functional inhomogeneity as a tool for optimized nanooptoelectronics“. This opened the B2 session “Nanowire growth and characterization“.
Patrick gave an invited talk at Photonics West 2020 in San Francisco, in the session Novel Nano Structure. This talk convered recent work on ultra-low threshold nanowire lasers and experimental end-cavity reflectivity measurements in nanoscale systems.