Characterization, Selection, and Microassembly of Nanowire Laser Systems

@article{Jevtics2020CharacterizationSA,
  title={Characterization, Selection, and Microassembly of Nanowire Laser Systems},
  author={Dimitars Jevtics and John McPhillimy and Benoit Jack Eloi Guilhabert and Juan Arturo Alanis and Hark Hoe Tan and Chennupati Jagadish and Martin D. Dawson and Antonio Hurtado and Patrick W Parkinson and Michael J. Strain},
  journal={Nano Letters},
  year={2020},
  volume={20},
  pages={1862 - 1868}
}
Semiconductor nanowire (NW) lasers are a promising technology for the realization of coherent optical sources with ultrasmall footprint. To fully realize their potential in on-chip photonic systems, scalable methods are required for dealing with large populations of inhomogeneous devices that are typically randomly distributed on host substrates. In this work two complementary, high-throughput techniques are combined: the characterization of nanowire laser populations using automated optical… 
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