Stephen Church will present a talk on his recent work on holistic modelling using high-throughput spectroscopy virtually at MRS Fall 2021. This work, in collaboration with Prof Ernesto Joselevich at the Weizmann Institute uses high-throughput multimodal techniques to simultaneously model mobility, quantum efficiency and defect density from a single correlative study.
Arturo gave an oral presentation on his work – “Nanolaser optimization through statistical optoelectronic analysis” at ICYRAM in Adelaide as part of a IOP Barber Fund supported conference trip.
Both Stefan and Arturo will present at Photon 2018 in Aston, UK (September 3rd-6th, 2018).
Stefan presented a poster on “Time and Spectrally-Resolved Microscopy of GaAsP-GaAs core-shell Quantum Well Lasers“, describing some recent work with collaborators in the group of Prof. Huiyun Liu at University College London.
Arturo presented a talk on “Nanolaser optimization through statistical optoelectronic analysis“. This work, done in collaboration with the EME group at the Australian National University, describes his recent work on all optical high throughput techniques for nanolaser optimization.
Patrick spoke at Nanowire Week 2018, on “Non-contact measurement of p-doping for high-yield room-temperature nanowire lasing”. This project, led by Arturo Alanis and carried out in collaboration with colleagues at the Australian National University, studied semiconductor nanowire ensembles to reveal correlations between doping and functional performance.
Nanowire Week 2018 was held in Hamilton, Canada.
Arturo spoke at Nanowire week 2017 in Lund, Sweden today. In his first talk at an international conference, he presented his recent work on “Large-scale statistics for threshold optimization of optically pumped nanowire lasers” to a large audience of nanowire growth and characterisation experts from around the world.