2. 12. 2013. Seminar: Marina Radulaški


Monday 2 December 2013 at 2PM
IPB Library
Seminar organized by Scientific Computing Laboratory

Marina Radulaški
Nanoscale and Quantum Photonics Lab, Stanford University

Silicon Carbide Nanophotonics


Some of the last decade’s developments in nanophotonics include room temperature qubits in diamond, highly efficient frequency conversion in III-V semiconductors, light sources and switches based on cavity QED in nanoresonators with InGaAs quantum dots, etc. Silicon carbide has recently emerged as a promising nanophotonics material, combining the properties of the aforementioned materials within a single on-chip platform, and therefore triggered a new line of research. This talk will cover the underlying principles of various optical phenomena with applications in low-energy optical telecommunications, on-chip spectroscopic devices and bio-sensing, and show some of the pioneering results in silicon carbide nanophotonics.