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Friday, August 15 • 11:00 - 13:00
Optical Properties of Heterostructures VI

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Oral: Hunter B. Banks
High-order Sideband Generation from Antenna-enhanced Intense Terahertz Electric Fields
Co-authors: Andrea Hofmann, Mark S. Sherwin

Oral: Joe Tischler
Electron-Hole Exchange Energy in PbS Y PbSe Nanocrystals
Co-authors: E.E. Foos, D. Placencia, W. Yoon, J.E. Boercker

Oral: Marco Felici
Spatially Selective Hydrogenation as a Tool to Control the Polarization Properties of Dilute-Nitride Semiconductors
Co-authors: Simone Birindelli, Rinaldo Trotta, Antonio Polimeni, Annamaria Gerardino, Andrea Notargiacomo, Silvia Rubini, Faustino Martelli, Mario Capizzi

Oral: Florian Hackl
Purcell Enhancement Variations within the Unit Cell of a Si Photonic Crystal
Co-authors: Elisabeth Lausecker, Reyhaneh Jannesari, Martin Glaser, Friedrich Schaeffler, Thomas Fromherz

Oral: Maksym Sich
Dynamics of 2D Polariton Soliton Patterns in Semiconductor Microcavities
Co-authors: Jasmin Chana, Francois Fras, Dmitry Krizhanovskii, Emiliano Cancellieri, Andrey Gorbach, Robin Hartley, Dmitry Skryabin, Edgar Cerda-Mendez, Klaus Biermann, Rudolf Hey, Paulo Santos, Maurice Skolnick

Oral: Le Duc Anh
Reddish-Yellow Visible-Light Electroluminescence in Manganese-Doped Silicon Light-Emitting Diodes
Co-authors: Pham Nam Hai, Daiki Maruo, Masaaki Tanaka

Oral: Chris Phillips
Ultra-Efficient "Quantum Ratchet" Solar Cells from Semiconductor Nanostructures
Co-authors: Megumi Yoshida, Hemmel Amrania, Nicholas P Hylton, Andreas Pusch, Anthony Vaquero, Oliver Curtin, Ortwin Hess, Edward Yoxall, Nicholas Ekins-Daukes, Daniel Farrell 


Session Chairs

Nuh Gedik

Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor Gedik's research centers on developing and using advanced optical techniques for investigating ultrafast processes in solids, nanostructures and interfacial molecular assemblies. Typical timescale for these events are femtoseconds (billionth of a millionth of a second), and typical length scales are angstroms (tenth of a billionth of a meter). In order to resolve these fast processes, ultrafast laser pulses with femtosecond durations... Read More →

Friday August 15, 2014 11:00 - 13:00
Room 16A

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