Category: Nonlinear Optics

Postdoctoral Opportunity – Ultrafast Optics

We are seeking a creative and motivated postdoctoral researcher with interest and experience in time-resolved spectroscopy and nonlinear characterization of materials and devices.  The selected individual will pursue research on the nonlinear properties of nanoscale and atomically thin devices and

Probing the free-carrier absorption in multi-layer black phosphorus

Optical Gating of Black Phosphorus for Terahertz Detection

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

Mid-infrared time-resolved photoconduction in black phosphorus

Yiğit Aytac joins the group

Welcome to Yiğit Aytac, who joins the group as a postdoctoral research associate. Yiğit recently completed his PhD degree in Physics from the University of Iowa, where he used nonlinear optics and pump-probe methods to study carrier dynamics in superlattices.

Role of Transient Reflection in Graphene Nonlinear Infrared Optics

Intrinsic Speed of a Black Phosphorus Photoconductive Detector

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”

Transmission pump-probe spectroscopy on multilayer black phosphorus