Category: Terahertz

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

Optical Gating of Black Phosphorus for Terahertz Detection

Spectroscopic Characterization of Key Aromatic and Heterocyclic Molecules: A Route toward the Origin of Life

Terahertz photoresponse of black phosphorus

Narrow plasmon resonances enabled by quasi-freestanding bilayer epitaxial graphene

Graphene-Based Waveguide-Integrated Terahertz Modulator

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

Pump-induced far-infrared reflection in quasi-intrinsic graphene

Design and fabrication of an antenna-coupled graphene terahertz mixer