Ultrafast Optical Processes
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1. Dynamically Configurable Nonlinear Optical Switching Based on Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
Abstract The modification of the third order nonlinear optical response exhibited by vertically aligned carbon nanotubes in two-wave mixing interactions was analyzed. All-optical switching effects were explored by using a vectorial optical Kerr gate with nanosecond pulses at 532 nm wavelength of excitation. The samples were prepared by a spray pyrolysis meth
Mat. Res.. Publicado em: 01/08/2016
2. Espectroscopia ultrarrápida do polímero semicondutor luminescente MEH-PPV com excitação no ultravioleta / Ultrafast spectroscopy of the luminescent semiconducting polymer MEH-PPV with ultraviolet excitation
The optoelectronics industry is currently undergoing a transition period in which inorganic materials are being replaced by organic materials, oligomers and polymers, in the fabrication of some types of devices. However, factors such as low efficiency and low lifetime prevent polymer based devices on entering the market definitely. The solution of these issu
IBICT - Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia. Publicado em: 17/08/2012
3. The role of nonequilibrium thermo-mechanical statistics in modern technologies and industrial processes: an overview
The nowadays notable development of all the modern technology, fundamental for the progress and well being of world society, imposes a great deal of stress in the realm of basic Physics, more precisely on Thermo-Statistics. We do face situations in electronics and optoelectronics involving physical-chemical systems far-removed-from equilibrium, where ultrafa
Brazilian Journal of Physics. Publicado em: 2010-03
4. Dinamica de femtossegundos em pontos quanticos de CdTe
We study the ultrafast phenomena in CdTc Quantum Dots in Borosilicate Glasses using short laser pulses (femtoseconds) methods. Measuring the Time Resolved Differential Transmission Spectroscopy we find infrared shifts of the bleached spectra. For the interpretation of these data we study the Electronic Structure of CdTe with 0-D Quantum Confinement. We deter
Publicado em: 1998
5. Evolução temporal de excitações elementares em semicondutores fortemente fotoexcitados
We present a method that using a first principle theory allow us for the determination of nonlinear transport equations which describe irreversible processes in far from equilibrium systems. This method is applied to study the nonequilibrium thermodynamics and kinetics of evolution of relaxation processes in polar semiconductors under high levels of optical
Publicado em: 1982
6. Ultrafast detection and control of molecular dynamics
Many elementary chemical and physical processes such as the breaking of a chemical bond or the vibrational motion of atoms within a molecule take place on a femtosecond (fs = 10−15 s) or picosecond (ps = 10−12 s) time scale. It is now possible to monitor these events as a function of time with temporal resolution well below 100 fs. This capability i
The National Academy of Sciences.
7. Ultrafast dynamics of many-body processes and fundamental quantum mechanical phenomena in semiconductors
The large dielectric constant and small effective mass in a semiconductor allows a description of its electronic states in terms of envelope wavefunctions whose energy, time, and length scales are mesoscopic, i.e., halfway between those of atomic and those of condensed matter systems. This property makes it possible to demonstrate and investigate many quantu
The National Academy of Sciences.
8. Resonant optical rectification in bacteriorhodopsin
The relative role of retinal isomerization and microscopic polarization in the phototransduction process of bacteriorhodopsin is still an open question. It is known that both processes occur on an ultrafast time scale. The retinal trans→cis photoisomerization takes place on the time scale of a few hundred femtoseconds. On the other hand, it has been propos
National Academy of Sciences.
9. Nonexponential fluorescence decay of aqueous tryptophan and two related peptides by picosecond spectroscopy
Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy of tryptophan and two related dipeptides, tryptophylalanine and alanyltryptophan, has been carried out on the subnanosecond time scale by using picosecond exciting pulses at a wavelength of 264 nm. Detection was with an ultrafast streak camera coupled to an optical multichannel analyzer. The zwitterions of these molecu