Resonant tunneling diodes (RTDs) have come fullcircle in the past 10 years after their demonstration in the early 1990s as the fastest roomtemperature semiconductor oscillator, displaying experimental results up to 712 GHz and fmax values exceeding 1.0 THz [1]. Now the RTD is once again the preeminent electronic oscillator above 1.0 THz and is being implemented as a coherent source [2] and a selfoscillating mixer [3], amongst other applications. This paper concerns RTD electroluminescence – an effect that has been studied very little in the past 30+ years of RTD development, and not at room temperature. We present experiments andmore »
Generation of Besselbeam arrays for parallel fabrication in twophoton polymerization
This proceeding was published in a special issue of J. Laser Appl. as: H. Cheng, C. Xia, S. M. Kuebler, P. Golvari, M. Sun, M. Zhang, X. Yu*. "Generation of Besselbeam arrays for parallel fabrication in twophoton polymerization." J. Laser Appl. 2021, 33, 0120401  0120406; https://doi.org/10.2351/7.0000313.
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 NANO 3: Custom Nanomanufacturing, a conference held as part of the 39th International Congress on Applications of Lasers & ElectroOptics (ICALEO)
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 National Science Foundation
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