John L. Hall, Nobel Prize in Physics, to present CHTM Distinguished Lecture
May 3, 2016
John L. Hall, Physicist, Nobel laureate, who shared the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in precision spectroscopy, will present "Intracavity Nonlinear Spectroscopy, technical issues, and scientific opportunities" at CHTM in room 103, Friday, May 6, 10 AM. Read More ...
CHTM welcomes students from ERC partner universities
April 29, 2016
Students from the 3 partners of the NASCENT ERC - UNM, UC Berkeley and UT at Austin - shared a collaborative poster presentation. Read More ...
NAI Fellows: Congratulations to UNM Professors Steven Brueck and Jeffrey Brinker!
April 22, 2016
UNM Distinguished Professors Steven R. J. Brueck and C. Jeffrey Brinker participated in the induction ceremony for Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors on April 15, 2016 in Washington, D.C. Read More ...
Visiting professor speaks to MRS student chapter, April 27, on 2D Nanomaterials
April 18, 2016
Professor Deji Akinwande, TI Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas, presented his work to the UNM Student Chapter of the Material Research Society (MRS) during his visit with the NASCENT ERC. Read More ...
Dr. Elizabeth Steenbergen
Research Electronics Engineer
Air Force Research Laboratory
Thursday, May 5, 12:30 PM
CHTM Room 101
InAs/InAsSb type-II superlattices are of interest for infrared detector applications due to their longer minority carrier lifetimes than those of InAs/(In)GaSb superlattices. The photoluminescence technique is extremely sensitive to energy levels below the bandgap, and temperature and excitation dependence is used to examine recombination through different energy states present in these superlattices.
Dr. Steenbergen is a research electronics engineer in the Nanoelectronics Materials Branch, Functional Materials Division, Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, NM. Her research focus is type-II superlattices for infrared detection and infrared photoluminescence characterization of quantum semiconductor materials.
Dr. Steenbergen's research interests include semiconductor optoelectronic materials and devices, and she has authored and co-authored 1 book chapter, more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles, 13 conference proceedings, 41 conference presentations, and 6 U.S. patents.
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