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Applied Physics Letters' Releases New Article Authored by Razeghi & CQD Team
Applied Physics Letters' Releases New Article Authored by Razeghi & CQD Team
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT NEWS - June 13, 2018
Her groups efforts at the Center for Quantum Devices (http://cqd.eecs.northwestern.edu/) (CQD) demonstrated growth and characterization of long wavelength infrared type-II InAs/InAs1-xSbx superlattice photodiodes with a 50% cut-off wavelength at 8.0 μm on a GaSb substrate grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition. At 77 K, the photodiodes exhibited a differential resistance at zero bias (R0A) of 8.0 Ω cm2 and a peak responsivity of 1.26 A/W corresponding to a quantum efficiency of 21%. A specific detectivity of 5.4 × 1010 cm Hz1/2/W was achieved at 7.5 μm. Her coauthors include: D. H. Wu (https://aip.scitation.org/author/Wu%2C+D+H) , A. Dehzangi ... [read more]
 
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Prof.  Razeghi is highlighted in the Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal
Prof. Razeghi is highlighted in the Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - June 11, 2018
Manijeh Razeghi is showing me a box. It's a small box, fitting well Within the palm of her hand and no more than a few inches in height. The transparent housing shows off the circuitry inside, including a row of AAA batteries which powers it. She points to a small node on the to of the box. "That is a light," she told me. "When you are in the sun, on the beach, a part of the sun, that is UV, has very high energy and can create cancer." She moves her hand in front of the sensor and the light fades out. She moves her hand away and it lights up again. ... [read more]
 
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Springer Engineering
Springer Engineering
facebook - April 26, 2018
Springer Engineering is delighted to announce textbook author Manijeh Razeghi, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Northwestern University, has received the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Medal for Electrical Engineering as part of the Class of 2018 Franklin Institute Awardees. The Franklin Institute Awards date back almost 175 years and boasts an unparalleled list of 19th, 20th, and 21st Century researchers and innovators among its laureates. Previous awardees include Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Rudolf Diesel, Pierre and Marie Curie, Orville Wright, Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jacques Cousteau, Stephen Hawking, Jane Goodall, Bill Gates, and Midred S. Dresselhaus. Quoting the Institute Award citation, Professor Razeghi is honored this year “[f]or the realization of high-power terahertz frequency sources operating at room temperature using specially designed and manufactured semiconductor lasers, which enables a new generation of imagers, chemical/biological sensors, and ultra-broadband wireless communication systems.” The Institute also produced a fascinating five-minute video illustrating Dr. Razeghi’s achievement: ... [read more]
 
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Annual Book Performance Report 2017
Annual Book Performance Report 2017
Springer.com - April 25, 2018
Since its online publication on November 15, 2009, there has been a total of 25,031 chapter downloads for your eBook on SpringerLink. The table to the right shows the download figures for the last year(s). ... [read more]
 
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Book Performance Report 2017
Book Performance Report 2017
Springer.com - April 24, 2018
Since its online publication on February 18, 2009, there has been a total of 44,160 chapter downloads for your eBook on SpringerLink. The table to the right shows the download figures for the last year(s). ... [read more]
 
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Franklin Institute
Franklin Institute
Youtube - April 19, 2018
The Franklin Institute has released two versions of a promotional video covering the THz work for which Prof. Razeghi received the Franklin medal on April 19th, 2018. These videos target a more lay audience, but are highly recommended viewing for anybody interested in terahertz:

5 Minute Version
1 Minute Version ... [read more]

 
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honoring Manijeh Razeghi recipient of the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in  Electrical Engineering
honoring Manijeh Razeghi recipient of the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering
The Franklin Institute Awards - April 18, 2018
Leading international scholars are assembled in a symposium dedicated to the technical contributions of Prof. Razeghi, founding Director of Center for Quantum Devices of Northwestern University, for her innovative design of high‐power, room‐temperature THz sources using nonlinear optics, and for developing  the  epitaxial  manufacturing  techniques  to  produce  them ... [read more]
 
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'Applied Physics Letters' Publishes New Article Authored by Razeghi & CQD Team
'Applied Physics Letters' Publishes New Article Authored by Razeghi & CQD Team
Appl. Phys. Lett. 112 - April 2, 2018
Prof. Manijeh Razeghi's research has been published by 'Applied Physics Letters', titled, "Shortwave Quantum Cascade Laser Frequency Comb for Multi-heterodyne Spectroscopy" ... [read more]
 
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A Lifetime of contributions to the world of semiconductors using the Czochralski invention
A Lifetime of contributions to the world of semiconductors using the Czochralski invention
Elsevier Physics‏  @ElsevierPhysics - November 29, 2017
A lifetime of contributions to the world of #semiconductors using the #Czochralski invention ... [read more]
 
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Manijeh Razeghi Receives 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal
Manijeh Razeghi Receives 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal
Northwestern University Engineering news - November 8, 2017
Northwestern Engineering’s Manijeh Razeghi has received the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering from The Franklin Institute, one of the oldest centers for science education and development in the country. Razeghi, who is a Walter P. Murphy Professor of Electrical Engineering in Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering, was cited for “the realization of high-power terahertz frequency sources operating at room temperature using specially designed and manufactured semiconductor lasers, which enables a new generation of imagers, chemical and biological sensors, and ultra-broadband wireless communication systems.” ... [read more]
 

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