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Graduate Student Seminar - 04/15/2016

"Graphene Plasmonics for Tunable Terahertz Technology"

by Mehdi Jadidi

Friday, April 15, 2016 -- 12:00 p.m.
Large Conference Room, 1207 Energy Research Facility

Advisor:  Professor Thomas Murphy

Graphene plasmonics has the potential to revolutionize terahertz technology -- the last great underdeveloped frequency band of electromagnetic waves. Tunable graphene plasmonic resonators have been suggested for use in terahertz filters, modulators, detectors, and emitters, and could find widespread applications in science, medicine, security, and communications. In this talk, I review some of our recent experimental/theoretical researches on Terahertz Graphene Plasmonics.

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