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The Brighter Side of Semiconductors
The Brighter Side of Semiconductors
Semiconductor International - June 1, 2007
The vast majority of activity in the semiconductor industry revolves around silicon. However, III-V semiconductors are not to be overlooked. “Compound semiconductors are like salt is to food,” said Professor Manijeh Razeghi, director of the CQD at Northwestern University. Each play an important role, contributing something the other cannot. ... [read more]
 
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Making Strides in Quantum Dot Infrared Photodetectors
Making Strides in Quantum Dot Infrared Photodetectors
McCormick - May 17, 2007
Researchers at Northwestern University have made significant strides in the development of quantum dot infrared photodetectors -- technology that may provide new imaging techniques with applications in medical and biological imaging, environmental and chemical monitoring, night vision and infrared imaging from space. ... [read more]
 
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The Consummate Collaborator
The Consummate Collaborator
McCormick - May 1, 2007
It's immediately clear when visiting the Center for Quantum Devices (CQD) that Manijeh Razeghi genuinely cares about each member of her lab. As they all file into her office for an interview, her enthusiasm is undeniable as she introduces each person. Part professor, part doting parent, Razeghi beams as she described the work of her "geniuses." ... [read more]
 
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Diode Laser Could Be Vital for Safeguarding Aircraft
Diode Laser Could Be Vital for Safeguarding Aircraft
Northwestern University Press Release - August 31, 2006
The Center for Quantum Devices at Northwestern University has recently made great strides in laser design, material growth, and laser fabrication that have greatly increased the output power and efficiency of QCLs. ... [read more]
 
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Continuous-Wave, Room Temperature Quantum Cascade Lasers.
Continuous-Wave, Room Temperature Quantum Cascade Lasers.
Optics & Photonics News - May 1, 2006
Quantum cascade lasers are now capable of continuous-wave, room-temperature, single-frequency operation with large powers. This progress may be translated into a number of applications including medical breath analysis and environmental monitoring. ... [read more]
 
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Bioterror Defense
Bioterror Defense
Northwestern - April 1, 2006
Led by venter director Manijhe Razeghi, researchers have created and demonstrated a microscale ultraviolet light detector, a new and more precise method of detection biological agents such as anthrax and smallpox. ... [read more]
 
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Electrical Engineering at Northwestern
Electrical Engineering at Northwestern
Northwestern University EECS Department - January 11, 2006
The Electrical Engineering graduate program at Northwestern focuses on the research and application of electronic and photonic technologies. The EE curriculum includes a wide range of sources in solid-state electronics, lasers, photonics, quantum mechanics and more. ... [read more]
 
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Tiny Avalanche Photodiodes Target Bioterrorism Agents
Tiny Avalanche Photodiodes Target Bioterrorism Agents
Northwestern University Press Release - October 11, 2005
In a significant finding, researchers at Northwestern University's Center for Quantum Devices have demonstrated solar-blind avalanche photodiodes (APDs) that hold promise for universal biological agent detection. ... [read more]
 
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Blind Spot reveals Biological Agents
Blind Spot reveals Biological Agents
Spectrscopy Now - October 1, 2005
Manijeh Razeghi of Northwestern University's Center for Quantum Devices and her colleagues have demonstrated a 280 nm APD based on the semiconductor aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN) with a photocurrent gain of more than 700. ... [read more]
 
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Light Sensor May Improve Battlefield Tools
Light Sensor May Improve Battlefield Tools
Science News - October 1, 2005
Now, engineers have created a microscale ultraviolet light detector that's sturdier and consumes far less power, compared with photomultiplier tubes. Field instruments using this detector and others tuned to other wavelengths could shrink the size of bio-agent detection equipment. ... [read more]
 

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