• Technical Conference:  5 – 10 May 2019
  • Exhibition: 7 – 9 May 2019

Sandia National Laboratories Attending CLEO

By Shen Liu

As the highest level optics/photonics general conference, CLEO is not just for universities, but also heavily participated by national laboratories in USA. This year at CLEO, Sandia National Laboratories will present 26 oral and poster presentations. Notably, 12 (total 17 including coauthored papers) of these will be presented by researchers from the department of Applied Photonic Microsystems, an impressive number from a small department comprised of less than 20

people including staff scientists, post-docs, and student interns.

Some highlights of our papers that will be presented in this year’s CLEO are:

FTu3C.7. Strong Light-Matter Coupling in Mid-Infrared Monolithic Metamaterial  Nanocavities
Alexander Benz; Salvatore Campione; Sheng Liu; Ines Montano; John F. Klem; Michael B. Sinclair; Filippo Capolino; Igal Brener

FTu1C.6. Electrically Tunable Mid-Infrared Metamaterials Based on Strong Light-Matter Coupling
Alexander Benz; Ines Montano; John F. Klem; Igal Brener

FTu1K.5. Apertureless Optical Near-Field Imaging of Localized Modes of Silicon Nanodisks
Terefe G. Habteyes; Isabelle Staude; Katie E. Chong; Jason Dominguez; Manuel Decker; Andrey Miroshnichenko; Yuri S. Kivshar; Igal Brener

FF2C.3. Maximizing Strong Coupling between Metasurface Resonators and Intersubband Transitions
Salvatore Campione; Alexander Benz; John F. Klem; Michael B. Sinclair; Igal Brener; Filippo Capolino

STh4M.7. Wavelength Control of Resonant Photonic Modulators with Balanced Homodyne Locking
Jonathan A. Cox; Anthony L. Lentine; Daniel J. Savignon; Douglas Trotter; Andrew Starbuck

SF2M.6. Coherent Excitation of Multiple Nano-opto-mechanical Modes in Silicon with Ultrafast Time-domain Spectroscopy
Jonathan A. Cox; Aleem Siddiqui; Peter Rakich; Robert L. Jarecki; Andrew Starbuck

FTh4C.3. Investigation of Quantum Dot—Quantum Dot Coupling at High Hydrostatic Pressure
Sheng Liu; Binsong Li; Hongyou Fan; Ting S. Luk; Michael B. Sinclair; Igal Brener

FF2C.6. Optical Magnetic Mirrors using All Dielectric Metasurfaces
Sheng Liu; Igal Brener; Jeremy B. Wright; Thomas Mahony; Young Chul Jun; Salvatore Campione; James Ginn; Daniel A. Bender; Joel R. Wendt; Jon Ihlefeld; Paul Clem; Michael B. Sinclair

STh1N.7. Ultra-Long Duration Time-Resolved Spectroscopy with Enhanced Temporal Resolution of High-Q Nano-Optomechanical Modes using Interleaved Asynchronous Optical Sampling (I-ASOPS)
Aleem M. Siddiqui; Robert L. Jarecki; Andrew Starbuck; Jonathan A. Cox

SM1M.2. Gallium Nitride Nanowire Distributed Feedback Lasers
Jeremy B. Wright; Salvatore Campione; Sheng Liu; Julio Martinez; Huiwen Xu; Ting S. Luk; Qiming Li; George T. Wang; Brian S. Swartzentruber; Igal Brener

SM2J.3. InGaN Quantum Dots for High Efficiency Blue and Green Light Emitters
Arthur J. Fischer; Xiaoyin Xiao; Jeffrey Y. Tsao; Daniel D. Koleske; Ping Lu; Jeremy B. Wright; Sheng Liu; George T. Wang

SW1G.3. Gallium Nitride Nanotube Lasers
Changyi Li; Antonio Hurtado; Jeremy B. Wright; Huiwen Xu; Sheng Liu; Ting S. Luk; Igal Brener; Steven R. Brueck; George T. Wang

Going through our papers, you will find out that all of our papers involve internal collaborations with other departments inside Sandia National Laboratories or external collaborations with universities or research laboratories within or outside USA. This is because of the extreme friendly collaborative environment and world class specialists here in Sandia National Laboratories. For example, staff scientist Igal Brener has 12 coauthored papers this year although he only has 4 post-docs and 1 student intern. Our collaborations with external universities/labs are boosted by The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT), which is a joint center between Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratories. CINT is a Department of Energy/Office of Science Nanoscale Science Research Center (NSRC) operating as a national user facility devoted to establishing the scientific principles that govern the design, performance, and integration of nanoscale materials.  It is a user facility with experts in variety of fields such as physics, chemistry, biology and computational science. Here in CINT, we have the world class cleanroom facilities open to both universities and industry. The best part is that it is free of charge, as long as you have a very good idea of how to use our facilities to do great science. We have staff scientists, postdocs and technologies here to train you how to use our facilities. Detailed information of CINT can be found here: http://cint.lanl.gov/


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