W. G. Jeong

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We have demonstrated both slow light in the absorption regime and fast light in the gain regime of a 1.55 microm quantum-dot semiconductor optical amplifier at room temperature. The theory with coherent population oscillations and four-wave mixing effects agrees well with the experimental results. We have observed a larger phase delay at the excited state(More)
Estrogen loss has been known to increase bone turnover through accelerated bone resorption coupled by increased bone formation. In the present study, we measured estrogen effect on bone turnover by incorporation of 2H from 2H2O into amino acids. At 6 weeks of age, rats were either sham-operated (sham) or ovariectomized (ovx). Two weeks after surgery,(More)
Fast gain recovery observed in quantum-dot semiconductor-optical-amplifiers (QDSOAs) is useful for amplifying high-speed optical signals. The small but finite slow recovery component can deteriorate the signal amplification due to the accumulation of gain saturation during 10 Gb/s operation. A study of the gain recoveries and pattern effects in signals(More)
In this study, the dependence of CD variation on e-beam write conditions was investigated under optimum PEC parameter conditions. Writing conditions such as current density, shot size, number of writing passes, and settling time were tested to see their affects on resist heating. Industry-standard Nippon Zeon ZEP 7000 resist was written by a Toshiba(More)
An attempt to confirm the reported direct one-proton and two-proton decays of the (21+) isomer at 6.7(5) MeV in 94Ag has been made. The 0.39(4) s half-life of the isomer permitted use of a helium-jet system to transport reaction products from the 40Ca + (nat)Ni reaction at 197 MeV to a low-background area; 24 gas DeltaE-(Si)E detector telescopes were used(More)
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