Spotlight On Researchers

Brian L. Wilmer is a Graduate Research Assistant at West Virginia University. His research focus is on the coherent control of light matter interactions in semiconducting nanostructures.

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Ilya Sochnikov is an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut focusing on the study of emergent phenomena in several condensed matter systems.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is working towards the development of high efficiency quantum repeaters by demonstrating the storage of single photons from quantum dots.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation has conducted the first loophole-free Bell inequality test to demonstrate that quantum theory does violate classical considerations.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation observed thermally driven magnetic domain dynamics using magnetic force microscopy.

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Lab Startup Grant - Dr. Patrick Vora

Posted 3 September, 2015

Patrick Vora is an Assistant Professor at George Mason University using optical and electronic techniques to study nanostructures that show promise as next generation photovoltaics.

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A research group is deducing the magnetodynamic properties of YIG thin film by using FMR with the Montana Instruments Cryostation.

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Pavan Kasanaboina is a Graduate Research Assistant at North Carolina A&T State University studying the growth and characterization of semiconductor nanowires.

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Various levels of symmetry (inversion, time reversal) are considered in a unique form of optical excitation which can be harnessed for quantum information.

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Researchers at the National Renewable Energy laboratory in Golden Colorado have teamed up with First Solar from Santa Clara California to successfully disentangle and directly measure the two main metrics, namely the minority carrier lifetime and the surface recombination velocity.

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