“0D/1D/2D/3D III-V materials grown by MBE for Optelectronics”
Dr. Jindong Song
Center for Opto-Electronic Convergence Systems, KIST
Sep. 27 (Fri.), 04:00 PM
E6-2. 1st fl. #1323
In KIST, 8 (+1) MBE systems are installed for the study of low dimensional structures. With the MBEs, we are in the middle of studying; As/P/Sb-based materials with new properties, High speed III-V 2DEGs/2DHG for physics (mesoscopic physics, Topo. Insul. etc), high speed (> ~20,000 cm2/Vs), and low power consumption electronics (0.3 V operation), Digital-alloyed 2D structures for 7-10um QCL, QWIP, 0.8-1.6um LD, PDs, Catalyst free/Au-assisted GaAs/InAs/InP/InSb nano-rod 1D structures for Anyon operation or Nano TR etc., Various kind of semi-conductor QDs grown by SK, MEE, and Droplet methods for 1.3um QD laser, QDIP, single photon source of quantum computation/communications.
Scientists have pioneered the first stages of Si electronics, and now a new frontier in semiconductor electronics is arising. We will introduce contemporary issues associated with breaking new ground in the post-Si-era for semiconductors and discuss the research activities in the recently launched Post-Silicon Semiconductor Institute at KIST.
In this presentation, I will show MBE systems & activities with them in KIST and discuss probable co-works.