Fengjia, Sasha, Randy, and Kris publish "Continuous-wave lasing in colloidal quantum dot solids enabled by facet-selective epitaxy" in Nature

Tue, 21 Mar 2017

Co-authors Fengjia Fan, Oleksandr Voznyy, Randy P. Sabatini, and Kristopher T. Bicanic just published a paper in Nature describing continuous wave lasing achieved using biaxially strained quantum dots. You can download the paper here: Download

This discovery has been featured in media articles as outlined below: 

  1. Lab Manager: 'Flying saucer' quantum dots hold secret to brighter, better lasers
  2. R&D Magazine: 'Flying Saucer' Colloidal Quantum Dots Produce Brighter, Better Lasers
  3. Science Newsline Physics & Chemistry: 'Flying Saucer' Colloidal Quantum Dots Produce Brighter, Better Lasers
  4. Product Design & Development: 'Flying Saucer' Quantum Dots Hold Secret to Better, Brighter Lasers
  5. Health Medicine Network: 'Flying saucer' colloidal quantum dots produce brighter, better lasers
  6. Nano Werk: 'Flying saucer' quantum dots hold secret to brighter, better lasers
  7. IEEE Spectrum: Flying Saucer Quantum Dots: The Secret to Better, Brighter Lasers
  8. Science Newsline Physics & Chemistry: 'Flying Saucer' Quantum Dots Hold Secret to Brighter, Better Lasers
  9. News Wise: 'Flying Saucer' Colloidal Quantum Dots Produce Brighter, Better Lasers. Steady state lasing with colloidal quantum dots an important step toward practical lasing technologyews Wise: 'Flying Saucer' Quantum Dots Hold Secret to Better, Brighter Lasers
  10. Phys.org: 'Flying saucer' quantum dots hold secret to brighter, better lasers
  11. Eurek Alert!: 'Flying saucer' quantum dots hold secret to brighter, better lasers. Research team led by U of T Engineering 'squashes' the shape of nanoparticles, enabling inexpensive lasers that continuously emit light in a customized rainbow of colors
  12. Nanotechweb.org: Squashed quantum dots solve a multi-faceted problem

 

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