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Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers

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Integrated photonic circuits, increasingly based on silicon (-nitride), are at the core of the next generation of low-cost, energy efficient optical devices ranging from on-chip interconnects to biosensors. One of the main bottlenecks in developing such components is that of implementing diverse functionalities on the passive platform, such as light emission and amplification. A promising route is that of hybridization, where a new photonic material is combined with the existing framework to provide a desired functionality. Colloidal nanomaterials are perfectly suited for this purpose as they combine low cost synthesis and deposition with the ability to emit an amplify light over a broad spectral range. In this contribution, we highlight the role two-dimensional nanomaterials in this unique hybrid approach. Through use of quantitative and combinatory ultrafast spectroscopy, we reveal the peculiar photo-physics of this new class of solution processable nanoscale materials and show their potential for realizing low cost, small footprint integrated lasers.

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Tomar, Renu, Aditya Kulkarni, Kai Chen, Ivo Tanghe, Laurens Siebbeles, Dries Van Thourhout, Justin Hodgkiss, Zeger Hens, and Pieter Geiregat. 2019. “Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers.” In Wellington, New Zealand.
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Tomar, R., Kulkarni, A., Chen, K., Tanghe, I., Siebbeles, L., Van Thourhout, D., Hodgkiss, J., et al. (2019). Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers. Presented at the Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (AMN) 9, Wellington, New Zealand.
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Tomar R, Kulkarni A, Chen K, Tanghe I, Siebbeles L, Van Thourhout D, et al. Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers. Wellington, New Zealand; 2019.
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Tomar, Renu et al. “Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers.” Wellington, New Zealand, 2019. Print.
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  abstract     = {Integrated photonic circuits, increasingly based on silicon (-nitride), are at the core of the next generation of low-cost, energy efficient optical devices ranging from on-chip interconnects to biosensors. One of the main bottlenecks in developing such components is that of implementing diverse functionalities on the passive platform, such as light emission and amplification. A promising route is that of hybridization, where a new photonic material is combined with the existing framework to provide a desired functionality. Colloidal nanomaterials are perfectly suited for this purpose as they combine low cost synthesis and deposition with the ability to emit an amplify light over a broad spectral range. In this contribution, we highlight the role two-dimensional nanomaterials in this unique hybrid approach. Through use of quantitative and combinatory ultrafast spectroscopy, we reveal the peculiar photo-physics of this  new class of solution processable nanoscale materials and show their potential for realizing low cost, small footprint integrated lasers.},
  author       = {Tomar, Renu and Kulkarni, Aditya and Chen, Kai and Tanghe, Ivo and Siebbeles, Laurens and Van Thourhout, Dries and Hodgkiss, Justin and Hens, Zeger and Geiregat, Pieter},
  location     = {Wellington, New Zealand},
  title        = {Optical Gain Spectroscopy of Solution Processable 2D Materials for Integrated Micro-Lasers},
  url          = {http://www.cmnzl.co.nz/amn9-conference/},
  year         = {2019},
}