Prof. James S. Speck
Professor at Univ of California Santa Barbara
SPIE Involvement:
Publications (45)

Proceedings Article | 9 March 2024 Presentation
Camille Fornos, Natalia Alyabyeva, Mylène Sauty, Wan Ying Ho, Yi Chao Chow, Tanay Tak, James Speck, Claude Weisbuch, Yves Lassailly, Alistair C. Rowe, Jacques Peretti
Proceedings Volume PC12886, PC1288608 (2024)
KEYWORDS: Light emitting diodes, Inhomogeneities, Quantum wells, Luminescence, Electroluminescence, Scanning tunneling microscopy, Diseases and disorders, Alloys, Solid state electronics, Semiconductors

Proceedings Article | 21 March 2023 Presentation
Proceedings Volume PC12421, (2023)
KEYWORDS: Atomic layer deposition, Semiconductor lasers, Metalorganic chemical vapor deposition, Laser development, Etching, Quantum computing, Optoelectronic devices, Medical research, Laser applications, Gallium nitride

Proceedings Article | 21 March 2023 Presentation
Jacob Ewing, Cheyenne Lynsky, Feng Wu, Matthew Wong, Michael Iza, James Speck, Steven DenBaars
Proceedings Volume PC12421, (2023)
KEYWORDS: Light emitting diodes, Indium gallium nitride, External quantum efficiency, Silicon, Sapphire, Quantum wells, Quantum efficiency, Polarization, Metalorganic chemical vapor deposition, Luminescence

Proceedings Article | 16 March 2023 Presentation
Proceedings Volume PC12422, PC124220G (2023)
KEYWORDS: Oxides, Gallium, Switching, Semiconductors, Ionization, Doping, Diodes, Wet etching, Metals, Metalorganic chemical vapor deposition

Proceedings Article | 16 March 2023 Presentation
Fikadu Alema, William Brand, Takeki Itoh, Andrei Osinsky, James Speck
Proceedings Volume PC12422, PC124220S (2023)
KEYWORDS: NOx, Metalorganic chemical vapor deposition, Aluminum, Oxygen, Field effect transistors, Conduction bands, Nitrous oxide, Nitrogen, Alloys

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Conference Committee Involvement (1)
GaN Materials and Devices
23 January 2006 | San Jose, California, United States
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