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教師個人實驗室
領域奈米光電材料與奈米光電子學
名稱尖端奈米光子實驗室暨半導體雷射技術實驗室
分機電話31234, 56333
位置光復校區田家炳光電大樓3樓
參與教授郭浩中 / 盧廷昌 / 王興宗
設備This laboratory has three main lab facilities. First lab is the epitaxial growth lab that has a commercial research grade MOCVD growth system (EMCORE-D75) for growth of GaN compound materials; second lab is a material processing and device fabrication lab which is a clear room facility. The lab is equipped with systems such ICP/RIE, PECVD, RTA, e-beam coater, diffusion furnace, yellow room, etc... The third lab is a analytical and characterization lab which has automatic Probe Station for wafer-level testing of L-I characteristics, SNOM for scanning near-field and confocal microscope, SEM, AFM, spectrometers, low temperature PL measurement system, optical spectrum analyzer, Fabry-Perot optical mode analyzer, beam profile measurement system, multi-channel laser power supply, high speed detection system, integration sphere.
研究方向The research activities in this laboratory include the following technical areas: 1. Research on GaN-based materials and light emitters. 2. Development of visible and infrared diode lasers including edge emitting and vertical cavity surface emitting lasers based on III-V compounds. 3. Study of quantum confined structures and nano-photonics including photonic crystal, micro-cavity, quantum well, quantum dot and novel nanostructures. 4. Investigation of cavity quantum electrodynamics in GaN-based high-Q microcavities 5. Development of slow light using semiconductor diode lasers. 6. Development of high efficiency advanced solar cell based on III-V compounds
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參考連結http://www.ieo.nctu.edu.tw/sclab/
實驗室簡介Advanced Nanophotonics Lab was established at 2005 and works closely with Semiconductor Laser Lab to form a competitive research team in the semiconductor optoelectronics field. Our research interest is to tailor the light-matter interaction in various kinds of photonic materials and structures in order to widen the limits inherited on the current optoelectronics, such as physical dimensions, operational power and efficiency, modulation speed, and other functionalities. Our recent research topics includes novel surface emitting lasers, such as VCSELs and photonic crystal lasers, microcavity light emitters for room temperature polariton lasers, nano-lasers and single photon emitters, high efficiency and high power LEDs for energy-saving, whole spectrum high conversion efficiency solar cell for green power, and Tera-hertz quantum cascaded lasers via using large bandgap materials and nano-fabrication techniques.
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