Group postdoc Stephen Church has just had a paper accepted into Advanced Optical Materials. In this work, he reports the study of thousands of individual nanowire lasers, using advanced statistical methods to identify a route to optimization. Photonic integrated circuitry is rapidly emerging as an alternative to electronics for specialist
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.
In a new collaboration between Yunyan Zhang and Profs. Huiyun Liu (UCL), Ana Sanchez (Warwick) and David Mowbray (Sheffield) we report the fabrication and measurement of a GaAs/GaAsP quantum dot-in-wire structure in Nano Letters. While many material architechtures have been explored for single photon emission, the GaAsP-GaAs system provides