Group postdoc Stephen Church and PhD student Ruqaiya Al-Abri collaborated with Dhruv Saxena at Imperial College London to produce a review of methods to characterise nanowire lasers. This article, forming part of a celebration issue for the birthday of colleague Prof. Chennupati Jagadish (at the Australian National University) seeks to
Patrick has contributed a chapter to the new textbook “Semiconductor Nanodevices“, edited by Prof. David Ritchie (University of Cambridge) and published by Elsevier. In his chapter on Physics and Applications of Semiconductor Nanowire Lasers, common features, design rules, seminal works and an outlook for future development are provided.
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.
Patrick gave a virtual seminar at Liverpool Big Data Science Centre for Doctoral Training (LIV.DAT) on “Big-data for nano-electronics“. Thanks to Prof. Carsten Welsch for the invitation!
Group PhD student Stefan Skalsky’s paper on semiconductor nanowire lasing has just been published in Light: Science and Applications. In this new work, Stefan used his newly developed Interferometric Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting system (i-TCSPC) to measure the coherence length of laser emission from nanowires grown by the Liu
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.
Arturo has had a paper accepted for publication in Nanoscale Advances, describing the impact of the transfer process on the morphology and threshold of semiconductor nanowire lasers. While many studies have sought to improve the threshold for lasing in semiconductor nanowire lasers, the role of process has not been significantly