The Mid-Infrared Photonics group is a research group affiliated with the Micro and Nanotechnology Lab (MNTL) at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. Our group studies mid-infrared (mid-IR) emitters, detectors, and photonic devices for applications in Defense and Security, Sensing, and Communications.
Please use this website to learn more about our lab and our research. If you have any questions about the group, the Micro and Nanotechnology Lab, or the UIUC ECE Department, feel free to get in touch!
12-20-2012: Our collaborator's (Daehwan Jung, Yuncheng Song, and Prof. Minjoo Larry Lee, Yale University) paper "2.8um emission from type-I quantum wells grownm on InAsxP1-2/InP metamorphic graded buffers" published in Applied Physics Letters with Lan Yu as a co-author. Congratulations to Daehwan and Lan!!
9-5-2012: Lan's paper "Electroluminescence from Nanosphere Lithography fabricated Quantum Dots " published in Applied Physics Letters. Congratulations to Lan!!
5-14-2012: Stephanie's paper "Mid-infrared designer metals" published in Optics Express. Congratulations to Stephanie!!
4-24-2012: Joshua Mason successfully defends his PhD dissertation: "Selective Thermal Emission from Mid-Infrared Plasmonic and Metamaterial Structures". Congratulations to Josh!!
4-23-2012: David Adams successfully defends his PhD dissertation: "Plasmonic beam steering and designer metals in the mid-infrared". Congratulations to David!!
Post-Doc Positions Available : We are currently looking to hire a post-doctoral research associate in Experimental Optics: Design, fabrication, and characterization of mid-IR photonic and plasmonic structures for security and defense applications. Applicants must have PhD, experience with optical characterization, preferably in the mid-IR, and cleanroom/fabrication experience.
All applicants please send CV, Cover Letter, and contact information for 3 references to email@example.com