18 May 2017 Progress in 2D semiconductor optoelectronics
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2D semiconductors have recently emerged as promising optoelectronic materials, with high quantum efficiency of photoemission, absorption and nonlinear optical properties. With significant progress in understanding the material science of these atomically thin materials, and building devices with stand-alone monolayer materials, it is an opportune time to integrate these materials with existing optoelectronic platform to realize the full potential of the 2D materials. Here, we highlight our recent progress in 2D semiconductor integrated with nanophotonic resonators. Specifically, we report the operation of an optically pumped laser, cavity enhanced electroluminescence and cavity enhanced second harmonic generation.
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Arka Majumdar, Arka Majumdar, Taylor Fryett, Taylor Fryett, Chang-Hua Liu, Chang-Hua Liu, Jiajiu Zheng, Jiajiu Zheng, Sanfeng Wu, Sanfeng Wu, Pasqual Rivera, Pasqual Rivera, Kyle Syler, Kyle Syler, Genevieve Clark, Genevieve Clark, Xiaodong Xu, Xiaodong Xu, "Progress in 2D semiconductor optoelectronics", Proc. SPIE 10194, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications IX, 101940F (18 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2263240; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2263240

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