New paper with Luca Sapienza’s group published in ACS Photonics: Tom Crane, Oliver Joe Trojak, Juan Pablo Vasco, Stephen Hughes, and Luca Sapienza, Anderson Localization of Visible Light on a Nanophotonic Chip, ACS Photonics, in press (2017). A great example of how disorder can help improve complex nanophotonics designs.
Two of our accelerated MSc students get in the top ten of the 2017 Canadian University Prize Exam! Congratulations to Chris Gustin and Gavin Crowder (and Gavin is still in 3rd year undergraduate!!). The announcement is here
New paper on the phonon limits to producing quantum dot single photon source using STIRAP published in Physical Review B: Chris Gustin, Stephen Hughes, Influence of electron-phonon scattering for an on-demand quantum dot single-photon source using cavity-assisted adiabatic passage, Phys Rev B 96, 085305 (2017). (e-print: arXiv:1706.07521)
New paper with Jeff Young’s group and Lumerical on FDTD modelling of radiatively damped oscillators in a self-consistent way published in Physical Review A: Ellen Schelew, Rong-Chun Ge and Stephen Hughes, James Pond, Jeff F. Young, Self-consistent numerical modelling of radiatively damped Lorentz oscillators, Phys. Rev. A 95, 063853 (2017).
Nishan’s paper published in Physical Review Letters: N Mann and S. Hughes, Soliton Pulse Propagation in the Presence of Disorder-Induced Multiple Scattering in Photonic Crystal Waveguides (e-print: arXiv:1608.08281). This paper introduces a new coupled mode theory to treat disorder and nonlinear optics on an equal footing, sucessfully connecting to a number of emerging (and past) experiments in …