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Nonlinear Semiconductor Photonics

Professor Anna Peacock at work surrounded by equipment in the photonics lab

We explore the development and optimization of new semiconductor material platforms for application in nonlinear photonics. Our work draws on elements of materials science, nonlinear waveguide optics, photonic component design and device fabrication.

Semiconductor photonics is a thriving area of research, offering optoelectronic solutions for a wide range of applications extending from telecommunications to medicine and sensing. Within this field, a subdivision that is gaining increased momentum is semiconductor nonlinear photonics as the materials display a number of important nonlinear effects that can be used to generate and process signals at ultrafast speeds.

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