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Marjan Ilkov - Synchronization in an array of nanodiodes

Talk organized by the Nanophysics Center

  • 23.9.2013, 14:00 - 15:00
Marjan Ilkov from School of Science and Engineering, Reykjavík University, will give a lecture Monday September 23rd at 2pm in room M306.

Abstract

Simulation of microdiodes using the code developed at our Nanophysics Center, based on the method of molecular dynamics, shows several interesting phenomena. We have demonstrated that one microdiode can produce a tunable THz radiation. Now we can show that under certain conditions several such diodes working in parallel can synchronize and produce one amplified signal which can be used as a practical THz radiation source. The simulations for microdiode arrays and the outcome results are quite promising. The beam structure is also under investigation, especially the one from emitter arrays. We can afford to use our molecular dynamics code over the traditional PIC codes and thus obtain results with much higher fidelity. The talk will count as a PhD thesis proposal.


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