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    • Graphene-based optical modulators 

      Balci S.; Kocabas, C. (World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 2017)
      In this chapter, we summarize the recent progress on graphene based optical modulators. Ability to control density of high mobility electrons on large area graphene surface enables realization of new type of electrooptical ...
    • Impurity coupled to an artificial magnetic field in a Fermi gas in a ring trap 

      Ünal, F. N.; Hetényi, B.; Oktel, M. Ö. (American Physical Society, 2015)
      The dynamics of a single impurity interacting with a many-particle background is one of the central problems of condensed-matter physics. Recent progress in ultracold-atom experiments makes it possible to control this ...
    • Nonlinearity management: from fiber oscillators to amplifiers 

      İlday, Fatih Ömer; Şenel, Ç.; Hamid, R.; Teamir, Tesfay G.; Pavlov, Ihor; Teğin, Uğur; Ergeçen, E.; Elahi, Parviz; Iegorov, R. (IEEE, 2016)
      While the standard approach to performance scaling in fiber lasers seeks to reduce nonlinear effects through chirping or mode scaling, I will review recent progress in a complementary approach, whereby the governing dynamics ...
    • Optimizing local memory allocation and assignment through a decoupled approach 

      Diouf, B.; Öztürk, Özcan; Cohen, A. (Springer, 2010-10)
      Software-controlled local memories (LMs) are widely used to provide fast, scalable, power efficient and predictable access to critical data. While many studies addressed LM management, keeping hot data in the LM continues ...
    • Quantum dot integrated LEDs using photonic and excitonic color conversion 

      Demir, Hilmi Volkan; Nizamoglu, S.; Erdem, T.; Mutlugun, E.; Gaponik N.; Eychmüller A. (Elsevier, 2011-11-23)
      This review summarizes advantages, recent progress and challenges related to the quickly evolving research field of colloidal quantum dot integrated LEDs based on color conversion. We start with presenting a short general ...