Collaborations with Experimentalists

I am currently studying high-field THz characterization of transport phenomena in graphene and semiconductor nanostructure with experimentalists D. Cooke (McGill) and T. Osaki (INRS). My group at Queen’s is developing theoretical models of the response of graphene and semiconductor quantum wires, wells, dots and superlattices to intense terahertz fields and applying those models to the experimental systems investigated at McGill and INRS.

I have collaborated with and continue to collaborate with a number of top experimentalists from around the world, including:

  • Tsuneyuki Ozaki and Roberto Morandotti: Terahertz response of graphene and Metamaterials, INRS, Montreal
  • David Cooke: Terahertz response of graphene and semiconductor nanostructures, McGill University
  • Stewart Aitchison: Dynamic localization in coupled optical waveguide arrays, U. of Toronto
  • Karl Leo: Ultrafast optics of semiconductors, Technical University of Dresden, Germany.
  • Andrew Weiner: Ultrafast optics of semiconductors, Purdue University, U.S.A.
  • Jagdeep Shah: Ultrafast optics of semiconductors, Bell Labs, U.S.A..
  • Emilio Mendez: Optical properties of superlattices, I.B.M. Yorktown, U.S.A.
  • Horst Stormer (Nobel Laureate 1998): Quantum transport, Bell Labs, U.S.A.
  • Hartmut Roskos: Terahertz radiation gain in semiconductor superlattices, Gothe Universitat, Frankfurt, Germany