Available student project - Electrically-injected bottom-up III-V micro-cavity lasers

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Project details

Bottom-up fabrication of lasers via epitaxial growth has been emerging as a promising alternative to the conventional top-down fabrication methods, due to its potential to realise micro-lasers with ultra-low losses. In this project, we aim to demonstrate electrically-injected lasing in InP/InAsP multi-quantum well micro-ring cavities that are grown by the selective area epitaxy technique. These on-chip micro-cavity lasers have a wide range of potential applications, ranging from telecommunication and sensing devices to light sources in next-generation photonic integrated circuits. 

Project suitability

This research project can be tailored to suit students of the following type(s)

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Wong, Wei Wen profile

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Haggren, Tuomas profile
Tan, Hoe profile