Recently, Che-Hsuan’s work on self-erasing chip was covered in the news:
An article titled “Self-erasable and Rewritable Optoexcitonic Platform for Anti-tamper Hardware” has been accepted in Advanced Optical Materials.
An article titled “Energy Transport of Hybrid Charge Transfer Excitons” has been accepted in ACS Nano.
An article titled “Strain Sensitivity of Dielectric Polarization to Doping in a Host:Guest Medium” has been submitted.
An article titled Exciton Transport under Periodic Potential in MoSe2/WSe2 Heterostructures has been submitted.
Hearty Congratulations to Darwin for been awarded the 2019 SPIE Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship. More on:
The members of the ExP Lab had an opportunity to meet Gérard Albert Mourou, 2018 Nobel Laureate in Physics. Mourou, along with his doctoral student Donna Strickland, was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics for the invention of chirped pulse amplification, a technique later used to create ultra-short, high-intensity laser pulses.
Darwin has a paper titled “Exciton Transport in Strained MOnolayer WSe2” accepted in Applied Physics Letters. Congratulations to him.
Che-Hsuan has a paper titled “Efficient Energy Transfer across Organic-2D Inorganic Heterointerfaces” accepted in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. Congratulations to him.
Darwin and Zidong got their abstract accepted in MRS 2018 Fall meeting. Congratulations to both of them.