Caltech Nanofabrication Group

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Caltech Nanofabrication Group

Self-Aligned Quantum Nanostructures

Self-Aligned Quantum Nanostructures

New technique achieves precise localization of quantum dots into photonic crystal cavities [2]

Higher-Order Defect-Mode Laser

Higher-Order Defect-Mode Laser

A new class of photonic crystal cavities in optically thick slabs [2]

High-Q hexapole mode using a photonic band pseudogap

High-Q hexapole mode using a photonic band pseudogap

  Creating high-Q cavities in the absence of photonic bandgap [1]  

Reconfigurable Si thermo-optic ring resonator switch

Reconfigurable Si thermo-optic ring resonator switch

Design, fabrication, and characterization of a proof-of-concept device to control the Vernier effect...

  • Self-Aligned Quantum Nanostructures

    Self-Aligned Quantum Nanostructures

  • Higher-Order Defect-Mode Laser

    Higher-Order Defect-Mode Laser

  • High-Q hexapole mode using a photonic band pseudogap

    High-Q hexapole mode using a photonic band pseudogap

  • Reconfigurable Si thermo-optic ring resonator switch

    Reconfigurable Si thermo-optic ring resonator switch

Welcome to the Caltech Nanofabrication Group!

Under the leadership of Professor Axel Scherer, the group is primarily interested in the design, fabrication, and characterization of nanoscale photonic, magnetic, and fluidic devices and systems.

We'd like to invite you to explore the site, and please contact us if you find something interesting.  Stop by if you happen to be in Pasadena, or perhaps we'll see you at a conference soon!

 

Contact

Administrative and Financial Contact

Kate Finigan
MC 200-36, Caltech
1200 E California Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91125

Office:  212 Sloan Annex
Phone:  626.395.4585
Fax: 626.577.8442
Email: kate@caltech.edu

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