Sub-lambda Optoelectronics: Physics and Device Principles
Xiaobo Yin , Senior scientist at the Center for Scalable and Integrated Nano-manufacturing at UC Berkeley
|When:||Mar 08, 2013 | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
The rapid development of nanoscale science and technology not only permits the exploration of advanced scientific ideas and observation of unprecedented phenomena, but also offers the practical solutions to the world’s most serious issues such as energy and pollution crises, health and food safety concerns, as well as military and homeland security needs. Countless applications have been developed to store energy at unmatched capacities, to sense contaminants at single molecule levels, and to shrink and accelerate computing and communication devices meeting the ever-exploding demands for data traffic.
|Speaker Biography:||Xiaobo Yin is a senior scientist at the Center for Scalable and Integrated Nano-manufacturing at UC Berkeley. He received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2008. His current research interests include: plasmonics and metamaterials, nanoscale optoelectronics and laser electronics, integrated silicon photonics, low-dimensional solid state materials and devices. Dr. Yin has authored more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has given more than 10 invited presentations at international conferences and seminars.|
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