Dr. Aidan Baker-Murray
Currently: Postdoctoral Fellow in Vincent Tabard-Cossa's group at the University of Ottawa (here)
My research primarily focuses on graphene, its nonlinear optical properties and its potential uses as a mode-locker for ultrafast pulsed lasers, with the intent of producing a 2um pulsed laser.
While this is the main goal of my project, I have also been experimenting with other pseudo-2D materials, such as Boron Nitride, Molybdenum Disulphide, etc., at both a wavelength of 2um and within the visible range.
- 3rd Place in “Best Talk” Category at Nanocarbon Photonics and Optoelectronics 2012 (NPO2012) conference, in Finland
- Trinity Scholar
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Graphene Dispersion and Thin Films at a Wavelength of 1.2um
authors:Aidan A. Murray & Werner J. Blau