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Highly-doped silicon based photonic devices for mid-infrared light absorption
(Bilkent University, 2017-07)
Electromagnetic wave absorbers have the potential to enable important applications in the mid-infrared wavelength range such as thermal imaging and infrared spectroscopy. The choice of absorbing material has signi cant ...
Metal-insulator multistacks for absorption and photodetection
(Bilkent University, 2017-06)
Metal-insulator (MI) stacks are one of the most studied nanoscale devices of the recent decade. These structures have opened a new door to endless photonic applications ranging from solar cells to waveguides and polarizers. ...
Ald grown zno as an alternative material for plasmonic and uncooled infrared imaging applications
(Bilkent University, 2014)
Plasmonics is touted as a milestone in optoelectronics as this technology can form a bridge between electronics and photonics, enabling the integration of electronics and photonic circuits at the nanoscale. Noble metals ...
Three dimensional nanoplasmonic surfaces : modeling, fabrication and characterization
(Bilkent University, 2013)
Today designing functional nanoplasmonic structures specific to a variety of applications attracts great interest from various fields ranging from optoelectronics to life sciences. There are numerous ways of making na ...
Performance enhancement of graphene based optoelectronic devices
(Bilkent University, 2016-08)
Graphene is a strong candidate for active optoelectronic devices because of its electrostatically tunable optical response. Current substrate back-gating methods are unable to sustain high fields through graphene unless a ...