We are excited to welcome four new additions to the research group: Solomon Ojo, Tobi Olorunsola, Sylvester Amoah and Jake Bass. Solomon and Jake will be pursuing MS degrees while Sylvester and Tobi are on the PhD track. We wish them the very best in their research endeavors.
Dr. Fisher Yu recently gave a plenary talk titled, “Development of SiGeSn Technique towards Integrated Mid-Infrared Photonics Applications” at the IEEE Summer Topical meeting held in Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA.
We celebrate the graduation of three Ph.D. students in our group: Wei Dou, Thach Pham, and PC Grant. We highly value their contribution to our group. Farewell to these fellows working years with us. Wish them all the best in their future career.
(Wei is going to work in Applied Material, Inc. Thach will join N5 Sensors, Inc. PC is employed by Air Force Research Lab.)
Collaborating with Dr. Fisher Yu’s lab in UA, UAPB received $735,000 research grant from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for Middle-Infrared Si-photonics for Integrated Microwave Photonics. UA is the sub-award and will get 50% of funding. The project proposes to conduct an innovative basic research to investigate the feasibility of obtaining a fully Integrated Microwave Photonics (IMWP) platform on Si substrate.
Dr. Fisher Yu received $600,000 from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for Room temperature continuous wave SiGeSn/GeSn quantum well lasers monolithically integrated on Si. The project will seek the answer to a fundamental question: Would GeSn based lasers ever be able to be used as the light source for Si photonic integration?
Dr. Fisher Yu received $145,109 equipment award from U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for Acquisition of an Upgrading Kit for SiGeSn Epitaxy to Develop a Material Foundry for SiGeSn Based Optoelectronics. The funding will provide the community accessing high-quality SiGeSn material with affordable cost.
Congratulations to P. C. Grant for success on Ph.D. dissertation defense. His topic is “GeSn Thin Film Epitaxy and Quantum Wells for Optoelectronic Devices”. His made great contribution on GeSn/Ge synthesis using UHV-CVD system and characterization of GeSn QWs. We sincerely hope he will have a bright future on his career.
We have Arkansas NASA EPSCoR Project Review Meeting on May 24th. The team of UA Fayetteville, UA Little Rock, UA Pine Bluff joined together and had series of presentations during Dr. Sang Choi’s visit.
Congratulations to Wei Dou for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation. His topic is “High-Sn-Content GeSn Alloy towards Room-Temperature Mid Infrared Laser”. He made a great contribution to our GeSn growth, characterization, and laser devices study. We wish him the best on the next step of his career.
Our research group presents 5 presentations in CLEO 2018, San Jose, CA. The topics include GeSn MQW characterization, GeSn optically pumped laser, GeSn photodiode, QD Single Photon Detection, and high-temperature PL study of InGaN/GaN MQWs. For more info, please check our conference presentations.
Congratulations to Thach Pham for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation. His topic is “Si-Based Germanium Tin Photodetectors for Short-Wave and Mid-Wave Infrared Detections”. He made a great contribution to our GeSn photodetector development and study. We wish him the best on the next step of his career.
Our research team (Dr. Fisher Yu; Dr. Greg Salamo; Dr. Yang Zhang; and colleagues from Dartmouth and the University of Wisconsin) recently presented work in ACS Photonics on studying single photons detection using capacitive coupling of single quantum dots. More info please check in UA news.
By a contribution of the whole team, we demonstrated GeSn optically pumped laser operation at 180 K. The work was published in ACS Photonics. The key results of this work show a major advance toward laser sources for integrated photonics. Please find more information in the UA news and Laser Focus World.
Our recently published journal article was selected as Editor’s Pick. The work demonstrated the GeSn/GeSn single quantum well grown on GeSn buffer, achieving type-I alignment direct band gap emission. Please find more information in AIP Advances.
Our research team (Dr. Hugh Churchill, Dr. Fisher Yu, Dr. Greg Salamo, Dr. Salvador Barraza-Lopez, and Dr. Jin Hu ) recently moved forward on the research initiative aiming to study single atom chains with exfoliated Tellurium. For more information please find in the Publication and UA news.
Dr. Ben Conley was recently recognized as the finalist of the CNR Concept Challenge. Nine finalists were selected out of over 200 submissions. His awarded project is to develop a new type of uncooled thermal infrared sensor. Dr. Conley graduated from our research group in 2014. He is currently an employee of the NSWC Crane. Check for more info.
We welcome Lauren Corby joining our group as REU student for summer 2017. She will participate the research training and practice during the session.
Dr. Sang Choi visited our lab for the NASA EPSCoR program review. We feel excited to report our progress and exchange ideas.
We congratulate Sattar passed his Ph.D. defense. He had a lot of achievements during the past few years, which make his work outstanding. We appreciate all his work for the group.
We gathered our friends and families at Veteran’s Memorial Park to have the bbq, celebrating our recent achievements and Amir’s graduation.
Our optically pumped GeSn double heterostructure (DHS) laser was published in Applied Physics Letter. Benefiting from the DHS, the laser features lower threshold and higher operating temperature. The paper is available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4966141
DARPA/ARO DETECT Program awarded the collaborative research project among Dartmouth Colledge (Dr. Jifeng Liu) and two research groups in UA (Dr. Fisher Yu and Dr. Greg Salamo).
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We are blessed to have two REU students , Randy Quinde and Bria Collier working with us this summer. We appreciate their efforts wish them the all best in the future.
Warm welcome Dr. Sang Choi for the NASA grant monitor. We feel excited not only to show him our teamwork but to have a plenty of insightful discussions.
Congratulations to Sattar for the success on his Candidacy Exam.
AFOSR-SBIR awarded the collaborative research project among Arktonics, ASM, and our research group in UA.
Our CVD now has the capability of gas mixing component for uniform growth and accurate flow rate control.
Our group joined together near Lake Wedington for the picnic. We congratulate Aboozar Mosleh’s passing of his Ph.D. defense and farewell to the leaving member, Dr. Wei Du.
Welcome Joshua M. Grant (Matt) joining our research group. He was the REU student joining the growth research last summer. He started his MS. study in MicroEP program this fall semester.
Farewell to Dr. Wei Du and congratulate on his new position in UAPB. He made tremendous contribution on group research and management in recent years. We will keep colaborate between two campus in the future.
Summer REU session has come to the end. Farewell to Eleni and wish the best on her future study.
Our group was awarded from the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP). This award will use to support the advanced optical and electrical characterization system.
Warm welcome to Eleni-James Becton, the REU student for Summer 2015. She will join the research activities and have the opportunity to experience our advanced research.