Yuankun Lin, Ph.D | Department of Physics

Yuankun Lin, Ph.D

(940) 565-4548
Physics 323
Ph.D (University of British Columbia (Canada), 2000)
Research Interests:
  1. Laser optics for the fabrication of nano/quantum devices
    • Spatial light modulators
    • One femtosecond laser
    • Two picosecond lasers
    • Two 532 nm green lasers
    • One 445 nm laser
    • 375 nm single mode UV laser
    • Ar ion laser Coherent Sabre Ar ion laser
    • Optical spectrum analyzer
    • Time-resolved Confocal Fluorescence Microscope
  2. Photonic crystals for photonic integrated circuits and nano-photonics
    • Holographic lithography
    • E-beam lithography
    • Photonic crystal for photonic integration & photonic chip
    • Photonic band-gap simulation
    • Graded photonic super-crystal
    • Twisted moire photonic crystal
    • Meta-photonics and topological photonics
  3. 2D quantum and semiconductor materials and devices
    • Light-matter interaction
    • LEDs, solar cells, sensors
    • Perovskites
    • 2D semiconductor dichalcogenides
    • Quantum photonics
    • Neuromorphic photonics

Funding agencies: National Science Foundation (NSF) and Department of Energy (DOE). All students are encouraged to apply for internships (at least 8 weeks preferred) at Sandia's National Security Photonics Center, Sandia National Laboratory, and Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory.

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