Publications

A. Peered review journal publications:
  1. Alamri, Mohammed; Liu, Bo; Sadeghi, Seyed ; Ewing,  Dan; Wilson,  Amy; Doolin, Jennifer ; Berrie, Cindy; Wu, Judy, "Graphene/WS2/ Nanodisk van der Waals Heterostructures on Plasmonic Ag Nanoparticle-Embedded Silica Metafilms for High-Performance Photodetectors" ACS Applied Nano Materials, in press (2020)
  2. Maogang Gong, Mohammed Alamri, Dan Ewing, Seyed M Sadeghi, and Judy Z. Wu “Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Enhanced Light Absorption in AuCu/CsPbCl3 Core/Shell Nanocrystals” Advanced Materials,https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202002163 (2020)
  3. S. M. Sadeghi, R. R. Gutha, and C. Mao, "Plasmonic hot-electron-induced control of emission intensity and dynamics of visible and infrared semiconductor quantum dots" Advanced Materials Interfaces, in press (2020)
  4. S. M. Sadeghi, R. R. Gutha, A. Hatef, R Goul, and J Wu "Ultrahigh brightening of infrared PbS quantum dots via collective energy transfer induced by a metal-oxide plasmonic metastructure", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12, 11913-11921 (2020)
  5. Ghopry, Samar; Alamri, Mohammed; Goul, Ryan; Cook, Brent; Sadeghi, Seyed ; Gutha, Rithvik; Sakidja, Ridwan; Wu, Judy, ""Au Nanoparticles/WS2 Nanodomes/Graphene van der Waals Heterostructure Substrates for Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy" ACS Applied Nano Materials, in press (2020)
  6. S.M. Sadeghi, Rithvik Gutha, and Waylin Wing, " Impact of the plasmonic metal-oxide-induced photocatalytic processes on the interaction of quantum dots with metallic nanoparticles" J. of Phys. Chem C, in press (2020)
  7. S.M. Sadeghi, Rithvik Gutha, Jimie Wilt, and Judy Wu," Design of Schottky barrier for plasmon-induced hot-electron passivation of defect environments of semiconductor quantum dots", Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 53 (11), 115103(2020)
  8. S. M. Sadeghi  and Judy Wu, "Intervalley Quantum Coherence Transfer and Coherently-Induced Chiral Plasmon Fields in WS2-Metallic Nanoantenna Systems", ACS Photonics, vol. 6, 2441 (2019)
  9. Niharika K Botcha, Rithvik R. Gutha, S.M. Sadeghi and Anusree Mukherjee,"Synthesis of water-soluable Ni(II) complexes and their role in photo-induced electron transfer with MPA-CdTe quantum dots" J. Photosynthesis Research,  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11120-019-00668-z (2019)
  10. Bo Liu, Rithvik R Gutha, Bhupal Kattel, Mohammed Alamri, Maogang  Gong, Seyed. M. Sadeghi, Wai-lun Chan, and Judy Wu,"Using silver nanoparticles embedded silica metafilms as substrates to enhance performance of perovoskite photodetectors, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11, 32301 (2019)
  11. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, and C. Sharp,"Coherent optical coupling of plasmonic dipoles in metallic nanoislands with random sizes and shapes" Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 7, 9678 (2019)
  12. R. Gutha, S.M. Sadeghi, A. Hatef, and C. Sharp," Infrared plasmonic meta-modes via near-field coupling of metallic nanorods with split-ring resonators" Nanotechnology, 30, 395203 (2019)
  13. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, and A. Hatef, “Photonic and plasmonic coupling of metallic nanoantenna supercells: plasmonic lattices with hybrid cavity modes”, Optics Communication, vol. 444, 93 (2019)
  14. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Wing,  R. Gutha, R. Goul, and J. Wu, “Functional metal-oxide plasmonic metastructures: ultrabright semiconductor quantum dots with polarized spontaneous emission and suppressed Auger recombination”, Phys. Rev. Applied, vol. 11,  024045(2019)
  15. S. M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, and  A. Hatef, “Super-plasmonic cavity resonances in arrays of flat metallic nanoantennas” J of Optics, vol 21,  035001 (2019)
  16. R. Gutha, S.M. Sadgehi, C. sharp, A. Hatef, and Y. Lin, “Multi-order surface lattice resonances and dark mode activation in metallic nanoantenna arrays” J. of Appl. Phys., 125, 023103 (2019) 
  17. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, A. Hatef, and C. Sharp, “Mapping lattice-induced plasmon modes in metallic nanoantenna arrays using fluorescence decay of semiconductor quantum dot bioconjugates”, Optical Materials, 85,  356-362 (2018)

  18. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, C. Sharp, and A. Hatef, “Collective and local energy transfer in biologically-hybridized systems of semiconductor quantum dots and metallic nanoantenna arrays”, J of Physics D, 51, 415301 (2018)

  19. Rithvik Reddy Gutha, Seyed M Sadeghi Ali Hatef, Christina Sharp, and Yongbin  Lin "Ultrahigh refractive index sensitivity via lattice-induced meta-dipole modes in flat metallic nanoantenna arrays", Appl. Phys. Lett. 112,  223102 (2018)

  20. S.M. Sadeghi, W.J. Wing, R.R. Gutha, J.S. Wilt, and J.Z. Wu  "Balancing silicon/aluminum oxide junctions for super-plasmonic emission enhancement of quantum dots via plasmonic metafilms" Nanoscale, vol. 10, 4825-4832 (2018)

  21. Rithvik Reddy Gutha, Seyed M Sadeghi,  Christina Sharp, and Waylin J Wing "Multiplexed infrared plasmonic surface lattice resonances", Journal of Physics D: applied physics,51 (4), 045305 (2018)

  22. S. M. Sadeghi, Waylin J Wing, Rithvik R Gutha and Christina Sharp "Semiconductor quantum dot super-emitters: spontaneous emission enhancement combined with suppression of defect environment using metal oxide plasmonic metafilms" Nanotechnology, vol. 29, 015402 (2018)

  23. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Wing, R. Gutha, C. Sharp, and A. Hatef, “Optically saturated and unsaturated collective resonances of flat metallic nanoantenna arrays” J. of Applied Physics, 122, 063102 (2017)
  24. R. Gutha, S.M. Sadeghi, C. Sharp, and W. Wing, “Biological sensing using hybridization phase of plasmonic resonances with photonic lattice modes in arrays of gold nanoantennas” Nanotechnology,  vol.28,  355504 (2017)
  25. W. Wing, S.M. Sadeghi, and R. Gutha, “Ultrafast emission decay with high emission efficiency of quantum dots in plasmonic-dielectric metasubstrates”, Journal of Physics: Cond. Mat.,  vol. 29, 295301 (2017)
  26. R. Gutha, S. M. Sadeghi, and W. Wing, “Ultrahigh refractive index sensitivity and tunable polarization switching via infrared plasmonic lattice modes”, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 110,  153103 (2017)
  27. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, W. Wing, C. Sharp, L. Capps and C. Mao, “Biological sensing and control of emission dynamics of quantum dot bioconjugates using arrays of long metallic nanorods” J. of Physics D 50, 145401 (2017)
  28. S. M. Sadeghi, W. J. Wing, R. R. Gutha, and L. Capps, “Control of spontaneous emission of quantum dots using correlated effects of metal oxides and dielectric materials” Nanotechnology, vol.28, 095701 (2017)
  29. S.M. Sadeghi and C. Mao, “Quantum biosensors based on management of near-field polarization of nanoparticle molecules using quantum coherence”, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 121, 014309 (2017)
  30. W. Wing and S. M. Sadeghi, “Ultrafast emission decay and enhancement of blinking of single quantum dots in the presence of silicon and metal/metal oxide structures”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C. vol.121, 931-939 (2017)
  31. W. Wing, S.M. Sadeghi and R. Gutha, “Polarization switching from plasmonic lattice mode to multipolar localized surface plasmon resonances in arrays of large nanoantennas”, J. Applied Physics, 120, 234301 (2016)
  32. S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, and W. Wing, “Turning on plasmonic lattice modes in metallic nanoantenna arrays via silicon thin films”, Optics Letters, 41, 3367 (2016)
  33. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Wing, Q. Campbell, “Tunable plasmonic-lattice mode sensors with ultrahigh sensitivities and figure-of-merits”, J. of Applied Physics, 119, 244503 (2016)
  34. S.M. Sadeghi, Adrien Dagallier, Ali Hatef, Michel Meunier, “Collective modes in multipolar plasmonic lattices: control of interparticle-gap upward/downward energy streams” J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 33(7), 1502-1510 (2016)
  35. S. M. Sadeghi, W. J. Wing, and Q. Campbell, “Normal and anomalous plasmonic lattice modes of gold nanodisk arrays in inhomogeneous media” Journal of Applied Physics 119, 114307 (2016)
  36. S. M. Sadeghi, “Exciton-plasmon quantum metastates: self-induced oscillations of plasmon field in absence of decoherence in nanoparticle molecules” J. of Nanoparticle Research 18:46, DOI 10.1007/s11051-016-3351-z (2016)
  37. W. Wing, S.M. Sadeghi, R. Gutha, Q. Campbell, and C. Mao, “Metallic nanoparticle shape and size effects on aluminum oxide-induced enhancement of exciton-plasmon coupling and quantum dot emission”, J. Applied Physics vol118, 124302 (2015)
  38. S. M. Sadeghi, W. J. Wing, and R.R. Gutha, “Control of plasmon fields via irreversible ultrafast dynamics caused by interaction of infrared pulses with quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle molecules” Physical Review A92, 023808(2015)
  39. S. M. Sadeghi, W.J. Wing,  and R.R. Gutha, “Undamped ultrafast pulsation of plasmonic fields via coherent exciton-plasmon coupling” Nanotechnology vol.26, 085202 (2015)
  40. W.J. Wing, S.M. Sadeghi, and Q. Campbell, “Improvement of plasmonic enhancement of quantum dot emission via an intermediate silicon-aluminum oxide interface” Appl. Phys. Lett. 106,  013105 (2015)
  41. K. D. Patty, S. M. Sadeghi, Q. Campbell, N. Hamilton,R. G. West, C.B. Mao, “Probing the photoinduced properties of colloidal quantum dots using metal-oxide photo-active substrates” J. of Applied Physics vol. 116, 114301(2014)
  42. S.M. Sadeghi, “Dynamics of plasmonic field polarization via quantum coherence in quantum dot-metallic nanoshell structures” Optics Lett. Vol.39, 4986 (2014)
  43. S.M. Sadeghi and K. D. Patty, “Investigation of coherent molecular resonances in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems using their spontaneous emission”,  J. of  Lumin., vol. 155, 351 (2014)
  44. S.M. Sadeghi, A. Hatef, A. Nejat, Q. Campbell, and M. Meunier, “Plasmonic emission enhancement of colloidal quantum dots in the presence of bimetallic nanoparticles”, J. of Applied Physics, 115, 134315 (2014)
  45. S.M. Sadeghi, B. Hood, A. Nejat, R. G. West, and A. Hatef, “Excitation power dependence of plasmonic enhancement of energy transfer between quantum dots” J. Phys.: D, vol. 47, 165302 (2014)
  46. K. D. Patty, S.M. Sadeghi, A. Nejat, and C.-B. Mao, “Enhancement of emission efficiency of quantum dots via ultrathin aluminum oxides”  Nanotechnology vol. 25, 155701 (2014)
  47. S.M. Sadeghi and K. Patty, “Suppression of Quantum Decoherence via Infrared-Driven Coherent Exciton-Plasmon Coupling: Undamped Field and Rabi Oscillations”, App. Phys. Lett. 104, 083101  (2014)
  48. S.M. Sadeghi and K. D. Patty, “Ultrafast dynamics induced by coherent exciton-plasmon coupling in quantum dot-metallic nanoshell systems”,  JOSA B, vol. 31, 120 (2014)
  49. S.M. Sadeghi, B. Hood, K. D. Patty and C.B. Mao, “Theoretical investigation of optical detection and recognition of single biological molecules using  coherent dynamics of exciton-plasmon coupling”, J. of Phys. Chem. C 117,  1734417351 (2013)
  50. S.M. Sadeghi, “Ultrafast plasmonic field oscillations and optics of molecular resonances caused by coherent exciton-plasmon coupling”  Phys. Rev. A, vol.88, 013831 (2013)
  51. S. M. Sadeghi, A. Hatef, and M. Meunier, “Quantum detection and ranging using exciton-plasmon coupling in coherent nanoantennas”,  Appl. Phys Lett.,  vol.102, 203113 (2013)
  52. S.M. Sadeghi, A. Hatef,  S. Fortin-Deschênes, and M. Meunier, “Coherent confinement of plasmonic field in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle molecules” Nanotechnology, vol.24, 205201 (2013)
  53. A. Hatef,  S. M. Sadeghi, S. Fortin-Deschenes, E. Boulais, and M. Meunier, “Coherently enabled environmental control of optics and energy transfer pathways of hybrid quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems”, Optics Express, vol. 21  5643 (2013)
  54. S. G. Kosionis, A. F. Terzis, S. M. Sadeghi, and E. Paspalakis, “Optical response of a quantum dot – metal nanoparticle hybrid interacting with a weak probe field”, J. of Phys.: Condensed Matter, vol. 25, 045304 (2013)
  55. A. Hatef,  S. M. Sadeghi, E. Boulais, and M. Meunier, “Quantum dot-metallic nanorod sensors via exciton-plasmon interaction” Nanotechnology, vol. 24, 015502  (2013)
  56. S. M. Sadeghi, “Quantum coherence effects in hybrid nanoparticle molecules in the presence of ultra-short dephasing times”, Applied Physics Letter, vol.101  213102 (2012)
  57. S.M. Sadeghi, A. Nejat, and R. G. West, “ Photo-induced inhibition of plasmonic enhancement of Forster energy transfer in quantum dot solids”,  J. Appl. Phys., vol.112 104302 (2012)
  58. R. G. West and S.M. Sadeghi, “Enhancement of energy transfer between quantum dots: the impact of metallic nanoparticle sizes” J. Phys. Chem. C 2012, 116, 2049620503 (2012)
  59. S.M. Sadeghi, “Control of energy dissipation in nanoparticle optical devices: nearly loss-free switching and modulation”, J. of Nanoparticle Research,  vol. 14:1184 (2012)
  60. S.M. Sadeghi and Ali Nejat, “Plasmonically-induced  energy flow in monodisperse quantum dot solids”, Plasmonics, vol. 8, 425(2012)
  61. S.M. Sadeghi, “Hybrid nanoparticle systems: new materials for sensing and functional bio-applications”, J. Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology, vol.3 (3) 1000e105(2012)
  62. A. Hatef, S.M. Sadeghi, M. R. Singh, “Coherent molecular resonances in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems: coherent self-renormalization and structural effects”,  Nanotechnology vol. 23 205203 (2012)
  63. S.M. Sadeghi, A. Nejat, J. Weimer, and G. Alipour, “Chromium-oxide enhancement of photo-oxidation of CdSe/ZnS quantum dot solids”, Journal of Applied Physics vol. 111, 084308(2012)
  64. A. Hatef, S.M. Sadeghi, M. R. Singh, “Plasmonic electromagnetically induced transparency in metallic nanoparticle-quantum dot hybrid systems”, Nanotechnology, vol.23  065701(2012)
  65. S.M. Sadeghi and A. Nejat, “Abrupt Plasmonic Activation of Photoionization Rates in Quantum Dot Solids’, J. of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 115  21584(2011)
  66. S.M. Sadeghi and R.G. West, “Coherent control of Forster energy transfer in nanoparticle molecules: energy nanogates and plasmonic heat pulses”, J. Condensed Matt,  vol. 23  425302 (2011)
  67. S.M. Sadeghi, “Optical routing and switching of energy flow in nanostructure systems”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol.99  113113(2011)
  68. S.M. Sadeghi, R.G. West, and A. Nejat, “Photo-induced suppression of plasmonic emission enhancement of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots”, Nanotechnology, vol.22 405202(2011)
  69. S.M. Sadeghi, “Plasmonic meta-resonance nanosensors: Ultra-sensitive sensors based on nanoparticle molecules”, IEEE Transaction on Nanotechnology , Vol. 10, 566 (2011)
  70. S.M. Sadeghi, “Tunable nanoswitches based on nanoparticle meta-molecules”, Nanotechnology, vol.21, 355501 (2010)
  71. S.M. Sadeghi, “Coherent-plasmonic control of metallic nanoparticle near fields: nano-pulse controllers and functional nano-amplifiers”, Physical  Review B,  vol. 82, 035413 (2010) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Ultra-fast Science, Vol.9, issue 8  August (2010)]
  72. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Generation of bonding and antibonding photonic states in laser-induced photonic double quantum wells”, Physical Review B, vol. 81, 155317 (2010)
  73. S.M. Sadeghi, "Plasmonically induced gain without inversion in quantum dots" Nanotechnology, vol. 21, 455401  (2010)
  74. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Functional photonic circuits based on semiconductor quantum templates in quantum well structures: processing free monolithic integration” IEEE J. Quantum Electronics, vol. 46  706(2010)
  75. S.M. Sadeghi, L. Deng, X. Li, and W.-P. Huang, “Plasmonic (thermal) electromagnetically induced transparency in metallic nanoparticle-quantum dot hybrid systems”,  Nanotechnology,  vol. 20  365401   ( 2009)
  76. S. M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Photonic valence/conduction subbands in optically generated photonic quantum wells: Tunable optical-delay line application”, Physical Review B vol.80  045316(2009) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Vol.20, issue 5  August (2009)]
  77. S.M. Sadeghi, “Plasmonic metaresonances: Molecular resonances in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticles conjugates”,  Phys. Rev. B, vol.79 233309 (2009) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Vol.20, issue 2  July (2009)]
  78. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li "Coherently Controlled Multi-Functional Active Optical Filters",  IEEE J. Quantum Electronics, vol.45, 469-475 (2009)
  79. S. M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Infrared switching from resonant to passive photonic band gaps: transition from purely photonic to hybrid electronic/photonic systems”, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, vol. 21 155801 (2009)
  80. S.M. Sadeghi, “Inhibition of optical excitation and enhancement of Rabi flopping in hybrid quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems”, Journal of Nanotechnology, vol.20, 225401 (2009)
  81. S. M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Coherent homogenization of periodic structures: transformation from structurally periodic (photonic band gap) structure to optically uniform materials”, Journal of Applied Physics, vol.105 104301 (2009) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Ultrafast Science, Vol.8, issue 6  June (2009)]
  82. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li "Inversionless distributed feedback semiconductor lasers: Ultra-narrow linewidth and immunity against spatial hole burning" J. Appl. Phys. vol.104 014507(2008)
  83. S.M. Sadeghi, "Semiconductor quantum templates: bottom-up design of optical devices and photonic circuits using sub-nanoscale high monolayer features and quantum optics " Nanotechnology vol.19 085203(2008)
  84. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li and W.-P. Huang "Functional photonic superstructures: Coherent formation of active-passive photonic band gap heterostructures and photonic subbands" Phys. Rev. B 77 125313(2008)
  85. Y. Xi, X. Li, S.M. Sadeghi, and W.-P. Huang "Dispersive-grating distributed feedback lasers" Optics Express 16809 vol.16 No.14 (2008)
  86. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, “Tunable infrared semiconductor lasers based on electromagnetically induced optical defects ”, IEEE Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (special issue  on semiconductor lasers), Vol.13  1046 (2007)
  87. Y. Chen, S. M. Sadeghi, and W. P. Huang, “Valence-band mixing effects in the exciton capture and escape in quantum-well structures”, J. Appl. Phys. Vol.102, 093716 (2007)
  88. W. Li and S.M. Sadeghi, “Asymmetric coherent photon tunneling filter in an optical waveguide structure”, Opt. Quant. Electron. (2007)
  89. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, “Purely loss-coupled distributed feedback lasers based on electromagnetically induced absorption in active photonic band gaps”, Phys. Rev. A 75 063829(2007) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.16, issue 2 July 9(2007)]
  90. Y. Chen, S.M. Sadeghi and W.-P. Huang, “Exciton-state mixing effects in photoinduced intersubband transitions in quantum-well structures” Phys. Rev. B 75 233409(2007)
  91. S.M. Sadeghi, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, W. Li, “Destruction and enhancement of photonic band gap and coherent localization of optical fields in functional photonic crystals” J. Appl. Phys.101 123107 (2007)
  92. S.M. Sadeghi, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, W. Li, “Destruction and enhancement of photonic band gap and coherent localization of optical fields in functional photonic crystals” J. Appl. Phys.101 123107 (2007)
  93. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, “Coherently tunable mid-infrared distributed feedback lasers”,  IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, Vol.42, p.752 (2006)
  94. S.M. Sadeghi, X. Li, W. Li, W.-P, Huang “Purely gain-coupled distributed feedback laser via a bright optical lattice", Applied Physics Letters, vol. 88,  p.211111(2006) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.13, issue 23 June 12 (2006)]
  95. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li, W.-P, Huang, “Optical switching of one-dimensional photonic band gaps and coherent generation of dark and bright optical lattices in quantum wells”, Phys. Rev. B73, p.035304(2006) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.13, issue 2 January (2006)]
  96. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Coherent control of time delay and localized electromagnetic modes in active and passive one-dimensional photonic band gaps”, Phys. Rev B72, p.165341 (2005) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.12, issue 19 November (2005) and Virtual Journal of Ultrafast Science Vol.4, issue 11 November (2005)].
  97. S.M. Sadeghi and W.  Li, “Electromagnetically induced distributed feedback intersubband lasers”, IEEE J. Quantum of Electronics, vol. 41, p.1227 (2005).
  98. S.M. Sadeghi, “Amorphous two-dimensional optical lattices with coherently controlled morphologies in quantum well structures”, Phys. Rev. B72, p.125336 (2005) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Ultrafast Science Vol.4, issue 10 October (2005)].  
  99. S. M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Multi subband electromagnetically induced transparency and coherently frozen exciton states in quantum well structures”, Phys. Rev. B72, p.075347 (2005) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.12, issue 10 (2005)]. 
  100. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Hole mixing and strain effects in the conduction intersubband transitions of undoped quantum wells”, IEEE J. Quantum of Electronics, Vol. 40, No.4   p.343 (2004). 
  101. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Excitonic effects in the photoinduced conduction intersubband transitions in undoped quantum wells”, Phys. Rev. B70, p.195321 (2004).
  102. S.M. Sadeghi, W. Li, and H.M. van Driel,  “Coherently induced one-dimensional photonic band gap”, Phys. Rev. B69, p.073304 (2004) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.9, issue 7 (2004)].
  103. S.M. Sadeghi and W. Li, “Infrared-induced dark states and coherent population trapping of excitons in quantum well structures”, Phys. Rev. B69, p.045311 (2004) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.9, issue 4 (2004)].
  104. S.M. Sadeghi and H.M. van Driel, “Coherent control of nonradiative decay of excitons in asymmetric quantum well structures’’, Phys. Rev. B63, p.045316 (2001) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.3, issue 3 (2001)].
  105. S.M. Sadeghi, H.M. van Driel, and J.M. Fraser, “Coherent control and enhancement of refractive index in an double n-type quantum well structure’’, Phys. Rev. B62, p.15386 (2000) [Cited in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology Vol.2, issue 26 (2000)]
  106.  S.M. Sadeghi, J. Meyer, T. Tiedje and M. Beaudoin, “Multi-photon infrared coupling of excitons in quantum well semiconductors’’, IEEE J. Quantum Electronic, Vol. 36  No.11,  p.1267 (2000).
  107. S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “Layer interface roughness effects in the coherent   intraband transitions of excitons in quantum well structures”, Phys. Rev. B61, p.16841 (2000)
  108.  S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “Optical quantum-confined Stark effect and infrared-induced quenching in the emission spectra of quantum wells”, J. of Phys.: Condensed Matter Physics, Vol.12, p.5801 (2000)  
  109. S.M. Sadeghi, S.R. Leffler, and J. Meyer, “Quantum interference and nonlinear optical processes in the conduction bands of infrared-coupled quantum wells”, Phys. Rev. B59, p.15388 (1999)
  110. S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “Two-field electro magnetically induced transparency and switching between ultra-narrow absorption and gain features in rubidium atoms”, Phys. Rev. A59, p.3998 (1999)
  111. S.M. Sadeghi, S.R. Leffler, J. Meyer, and E. Mueller, “Optical-field-dependent electron-electron scattering effects and gain generation in the intersubband transitions of n-doped quantum wells”, J. of Physics: condensed matter, Vol.10, p.2489 (1998)
  112.   S.M. Sadeghi, S.R. Leffler, and J. Meyer, “Quantum interference and gain processes in optically-driven n-doped quantum wells with X configurations”, Optics Communications, Vol. 151, p.173 (1998).
  113. S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “Constructive and destructive features of multi-photon quantum interferences in atomic systems”, Phys. Rev. A58, p.2534 (1998)
  114. S.M. Sadeghi, Jeff F. Young, and J. Meyer, “Multisubband infrared dressing of excitons in quantum wells”, Phys. Rev. B56 (Rapid Communication) p.R15557 (1997)
  115. S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “Fano-type interference processes in linear photoluminescence spectra of infrared driven quantum wells”,  J. of Physics: Condensed Matter, Vol. 9,  p.7685 (1997)
  116. S.M. Sadeghi, J. Meyer, and H. Rastegar, “Laser-induced transparency and dark-line effects caused by three-wave mixing in atomic systems”, Phys. Rev. A56, p.3097 (1997) 
  117. S.M. Sadeghi and J. Meyer, “One- and two-photon-dressed effects in infrared-coupled quantum wells”, Phys. Rev. B53, p.10094 (1996)
  118. S.M. Sadeghi, J.F. Young, and J. Meyer, “Intersubband optical response of semiconductor quantum wells dressed by strong infrared fields”, Phys. Rev. B51, p.13349 (1995)
  119. S.M. Sadeghi, Jeff F. Young, and J. Meyer, “Doubly-resonant coherent couplings of infrared radiation via intersubband transitions in quantum wells”, Superlattices and Microstructures, Vol.16, p.353 (1994)
  120. S.M. Sadeghi, S.S.M. Wong and S. Bayegan, “Nuclear-exchange-current operator and nucleon-nucleon interaction”, Nucl. Phys.  A554, p.620 (1993)


B. Conference publications:
  1. Rithvik R. Gutha, Christina Sharp, Waylin J. Wing, Seyed M. Sadeghi, “Controlling the shapes and sizes of metallic nanoantennas for detection of biological molecules using hybridization phase of plasmon resonances and photonic lattices” Proc.SPIE: Frontiers in Biological Detection: From Nanosensors to Systems X, vol. 10510, page 10510 - 10510 – 8 (2018)
  2. Seyed M. Sadeghi, Brady Hood, and Kira Patty, “Quantum-biological control of energy transfer in hybrid quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9930, 99300G · © 2016 SPIE · CCC code: 0277-786X/16/$18 · doi: 10.1117/12.2238324
  3. Seyed M. Sadeghi, Waylin J. Wing, and Quinn Campbell, “Sensors based on visible collective resonances of plasmonic lattices” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9930, 993006 · © 2016 SPIE · CCC code: 0277-786X/16/$18 · doi: 10.1117/12.2238407
  4. S. M. Sadeghi. Waylin J. Wing,  Kira Patty, Quinn Campbell, “Control of photoinduced fluorescence enhancement of colloidal quantum dots using metal oxides”, Proc. SPIE 9545, Nanophotonic Materials XII, 95450H (October 9, 2015); doi:10.1117/12.2188512
  5. S. M. Sadeghi, “Ultrafast dynamics via coherent exciton-plasmon coupling in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems” Proc. SPIE 9547, Plasmonics: Metallic Nanostructures and Their Optical Properties XIII, 95470G (August 28, 2015); doi:10.1117/12.2188447.
  6. S. M. Sadeghi, “Prospect of detection and recognition of single biological molecules using ultrafast coherent dynamics in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems” Proc. SPIE 9547, Plasmonics: Metallic Nanostructures and Their Optical Properties XIII, 95473D (August 28, 2015); doi:10.1117/12.2188538.
  7. W. Li and S. M. Sadeghi, “Spatial hole burning suppression for the distributed feedback laser diode with an asymmetric grating Gap structure” IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology, 156-162(2014)
  8. S.M. Sadeghi, " Quantum bio-nanosensors based on quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems ", Proc. SPIE 8570, Frontiers in Biological Detection: From Nanosensors to Systems V, 85700J (March 5, 2013); doi:10.1117/12.2003079; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2003079
  9. S.M. Sadeghi and A. Nejat, “Control of photophysical and photochemistry of colloidal quantum dots via metal and metal-oxide coated substrates ", Proc. SPIE 8634, Quantum Dots and Nanostructures: Synthesis, Characterization, and Modeling X, 86340L (March 29, 2013); doi:10.1117/12.2005764; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2005764
  10. S.M. Sadeghi and R. G. West “Energy transfer in monodisperse quantum dot solids in the presence of self-organized array of metallic nanoparticles ", Proc. SPIE 8634, Quantum Dots and Nanostructures: Synthesis, Characterization, and Modeling X, 86340K (March 29, 2013); doi:10.1117/12.2003358; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2003358
  11. S. M. Sadeghi, R. G. West, and Kira Patty, “Impact of photo induced processes on the plasmonic enhancement of colloidal quantum dot emission”,  2012 MRS proceedings (in press)
  12. S. M. Sadeghi “Coherent effects in quantum dot-metallic nanoparticle systems: plasmonic induction of Rabi oscillation and ultra-high field enhancement” MRS Online Proceedings Library, vol. 1509 (2013) http://journals.cambridge.org/article_S1946427413003515  
  13. K. Patty and S. M. Sadeghi, “Photophysical behavior of ensembles of single semiconductor quantum dots” MRS Online Proceedings Library, vol. 1509 (2013) http://journals.cambridge.org/article_S1946427413004156
  14. Spyridon G. Kosionis, Andreas F. Terzis, Seyed M. Sadeghi, Emmanuel Paspalakis “Optical properties of a quantum dot: metal nanoparticle complex interacting with a weak probe field” Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8771 (paper 8771)-42, in press  (2013)
  15. Wei Li, S. M. Sadeghi, Xun Li, and Wei-Ping Huang, “Coherently Controlled Photonic Band Gap and Its Applications in Optoelectronic Devices” Proceedings of Asia communication and Photonics 2-6 November 2009, Shinghai, China
  16. Wei Li, S. M. Sadeghi, and Anthony E. Gregerson, “Photon Tunneling and Mode Selection due to the Absorptive Layers”, Proceedings of 2008 IEEE International conference on electro/information technology page 377-382(2008)
  17. Wei Li, S. M. Sadeghi, X. Li, W.-P. Huang, “Functional photonic band gap structures based on electromagnetically induced transparency in the conduction intersubband transitions of quantum wells”, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6640 66400H-1 2007
  18. S. M. Sadeghi, W. Li, X. Li, W.-P. Huang,” Coherent control of multiple quantum well active photonic band gaps via infrared dressing of superradiant excitons”, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6640 66400Q-1 2007
  19. Wei Li, S. M. Sadeghi, and Gen-Xiang Chen, “Photon Barrier and Photon Tunneling in Optical Waveguide Structure” IEEE EIT 2007 Proceedings p.6-11 (2007)
  20. S.M. Sadeghi, J.F. Young, and J. Meyer, “Doubly resonant coherent coupling of infrared radiation via intersubband transitions in quantum wells”, 7th International Conference on Superlattices, Microstructures and Micro-devices, Banff, Canada, August 1994


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