Semiconductor Nanowire Arrays for Next Generation Highly Integrated Photonic Systems and IoTs
Hosted By: Optics for Energy Technical Group
19 October 2023 9:30 - 10:30
III-V compound semiconductor nanowires have drawn much attention as nanoscale building blocks for optoelectronic/photonic integration owing to their nanoscale size, excellent optical and electrical properties, and strain relaxation ability for lattice-mismatched systems enabling epitaxial growth of a wide range of high-quality materials and structures. In particular, highly uniform, ordered, vertical nanowire arrays exhibit strong geometry-related light-matter interaction properties, offering unique flexibility for the design of a variety of geometry-tunable high-performance and multifunctional light emission and detection devices.
In this webinar hosted by the Optics for Energy Technical Group, Prof. Lan Fu will present recent work on the design, growth and fabrication of III-V semiconductor nanowire array-based materials (such as InP), structures (such as InGaAs/InP quantum wells) and devices (including LEDs, photodetector, and self-powered photovoltaic gas sensors), for the development of next-generation highly integrated photonic/optoelectronic systems and IoTs for low power applications.
Subject Matter Level: Intermediate - Assumes basic knowledge of the topic
What You Will Learn:
• Novel photonics design based on III-V semiconductors
• Growth and fabrication of III-V semiconductor nanowire array based materials
• New opportunities and applications and their undeline physics possible out of semiconductor nanowire arrays
Who Should Attend:
• Undergraduates looking for exposure into new research areas
Undergraduates looking for exposure into new research areas
• Graduate students interesting in researching novel optical desings for energy applications
• Postdocs and early career faculty interested in latest developments in this research areaGraduate students interesting in researching novel optical desings for energy applications
About the Presenter: Lan Fu from The Australian National University
Lan Fu is a Professor and Head of the Department of the Electronic Materials Engineering at the Research School of Physics, the Australian National University (ANU). Lan Fu’s main research interests include design, fabrication and integration of optoelectronic devices (LEDs, lasers, photodetectors and solar cells) and chemical sensors, based on low-dimensional III-V compound semiconductor structures including quantum wells, self-assembled quantum dots and nanowires grown by metal-organic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD). Prof. Lan Fu was the recipient of the IEEE Photonic Society Graduate Student Fellowship and Distinguished Lecturer Award, Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, ARF/QEII Fellowship and Future Fellowship. She is the current Chair of IEEE Nanotechnology Council Chapters & Regional Activities Committee, Associate Editor of IEEE Photonics Journal, Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, and member of Editorial Board of Opto-Electronic Advances.