Nanophotonics and Quantum Devices Lab
Dr. Seyed M Sadeghi
Professor of Physics
Optics Building rm#222
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, AL, 35899, USA
At Nanophotonics and Quantum Devices Lab at UAH, we study the optical and material properties of nanomaterials, transition metals, metal-oxide plasmonic metastructures, biochemical nanosensors, and collective responses of hybrid systems consisting of metallic nanoantennas and semiconductor quantum dots. Our goals are to understand the fundamental properties of nanomaterials and explore ways to achieve novel properties that can enhance their applications and envision new device concepts. The research in Nanophotonics and Quantum Devices Lab includes long range photosynthesis-like energy circuits, single photon sources based on application of metastructures and single semiconductor quantum dots, and quantum devices. We study application of coherent processes in such hybrid systems to manipulate coherence decoherence, forming Rabi and plasmon field oscillation without damping.
Invited perspective to be in Journal of applied Physics:
In a category of Journal of Applied Physics that is devoted to expert viewpoint on topics currently generating a lot of interest in the research community, Dr Sadeghi and coauthors will discuss the futuristic impact of functional plasmonic metal oxide metastructures.