Category: Graphene

Postdoctoral Opportunity – Near-Field Ultrafast Optics

Many phenomena in natural and engineered systems are both spatial and temporal, meaning that they involve dynamical changes and movements of nonuniform patterns.  Examples include wave propagation, heating and cooling, chemical reactions, and diffusion.  The ability to visualize these phenomena

Narrow plasmon resonances enabled by quasi-freestanding bilayer epitaxial graphene

Graphene-Based Waveguide-Integrated Terahertz Modulator

Tunable Ultrafast Thermal Relaxation in Graphene Measured by Continuous-Wave Photomixing

Role of Transient Reflection in Graphene Nonlinear Infrared Optics

Far-Infrared Nonlinear Optics in Multilayer Epitaxial Graphene

Nonlinear Plasmonic THz Absorption in Graphene Ribbons

Mehdi Jadidi wins ECE Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship Award

Mehdi Jadidi was selected as one of this year’s recipients of the 2016 ECE Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship Award.  This $3,000 fellowship is intended to recognize the outstanding work Mehdi has done towards his dissertation, “Graphene Plasmonics for Tunable Terahertz Optoelectronics”

Ryan Suess defends Ph.D. Thesis

Congratulations to Dr. Ryan Suess, who successfully defended his thesis, entitled “Nonlinear Optics and Carrier Dynamics in Nanostructured and Two-Dimensional Materials”

Nonlinear Terahertz Absorption of Graphene Plasmons