莫斯科物理技术学院Dmitrii Svintsov教授讲学通知

       受学校国际合作处资助,应物理系王健老师和高波老师邀请,莫斯科物理技术学院Dmitrii Svintsov教授近日来我校进行讲学活动,欢迎校内师生参加。

    题目:Bridging the terahertz gap with two-dimensional optoelectronics

    地点:哈工大理学楼308室 

    时间:2018年11月28日 上午 9时

    讲学内容:There is a strong demand for sources and detectors of electromagnetic radiation in the 0.1 - 10 THz range due to their diverse applications in wireless communication, medical diagnostics, radio-astronomy and other areas. The operation of semiconductor lasers in this frequency range is hindered by strong non-radiative recombination. On the other hand, the operation of wave generators using radio-engineering principles is hindered by growing resistive-capacitive delays.

        In this talk, we will show that 2D electronic systems offer a unique opportunity to bridge the terahertz gap. From one hand, we shall show that in high-electron mobility systems (such as graphene and its bilayer) electrons can respond to terahertz waves as almost collisionless plasma demonstrating strong plasmonic resonances. This enables selective and voltage-tunable detection of THz waves using compact micron-sized graphene transistors. These transistors can also act as terahertz generators supporting plasmon instabilities and self-excitation under direct current. From the other hand, we shall show that several two-dimensional electron systems (graphene and mercury cadmium telluride quantum wells) host electrons that are weakly affected by non-radiative recombination due to peculiarities of their energy dispersion. Suppression of non-radiative processes in such materials is deeply linked to the impossibility of impact ionization in Dirac vacuum. This unique possibility has already enabled the demonstration of ultra-long wavelength (20 mkm) stimulated emission from 2D quantum wells, and promises true terahertz lasing in optimized structures.

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