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|Promises and Accomplishments
|| A Joint Rump Session has been organized by Prof. Dieter Bimberg at the Compound Semiconductor Week on Semiconductor Quantum Dots for Electronics and Photonics: Promises and Accomplishments
Various topics have been discussed:
The mode-locking performances of QDash based lasers developed within the ANR-TELDOT project have been reported by A. Ramdane.
- Single QDs: q-bits and entangled photons on demand (D. Bimberg and J.-I. Chyi)
- Few QDs: single-hole-transistors and nanoflash memories ( J.-I.Chyi and T. Nowozin)
- High density of QDs: direct modulation of Fabry-Perot and DFB-lasers (Y. Tanaka and A. Ramdane)
- Mode-locked lasers and electro-optic modulation (A. Ramdane and F. Lelarge)
- Networks based on semiconductor optical amplifiers ( G. Eisenstein)
|Teldot Research Engineer
Marcia Costa e Silva works as a Research Engineer at PERSYS platform.
She received her PHD in 2004 at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, her research dealed with the investigation of the gain in doped fiber by reflectrometry techniques. After some experiences as research engineer in Brazil and in France, she has joined PERSYT platform in February 2009. She is involved in different research projects in the platform and pilots the 160Gbit/s transmission system.
In theTELDOT Project she is responsible for device characterisation in order to better understanding some physical properties. She has co-authored about 25 papers or communications.
|Teldot PhD student
||Ricardo Rosales received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical and Optical Engineering from Telecom SudParis, Evry, France in 2009. He is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree at the CNRS- Laboratory for Photonics and Nanostructures, Marcoussis, France. His current research interests include semiconductor mode locked lasers and quantum-dot laser diodes.
|New publication||We are pleased to inform you that your article, "Feedback-resistant p-type doped InAs/InP quantum-dash distributed feedback lasers for isolator-free 10 Gb/s transmission at 1.55 mu m," has been published online today, 10 December 2010, in Applied Physics Letters (Vol.97, Issue 23):