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Our new paper in “Optical and quantum electronics”

Congratulations to our new paper “A design procedure for fan-out improvement in all-optical photonic crystal logic design” by Hojjat Sharifi, Seyyedeh Mehri Hamidi and Keivan Navi In this paper, a general method is proposed to improve the fan-out parameter for all-optical logic gates and functions. Two different types of devices are designed to increase theRead More…


Light-Activated Biohybrid Bots Drive Muscle Activity Through Nerve Cells

Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed soft, microscopic, swimming biohybrid robots powered by skeletal muscle tissue that is stimulated by onboard motor neurons. The neurons have optogenetic properties — upon exposure to light, they fire to actuate the muscle tissue. The body of the biohybrid swimmer consists of a free-standing softRead More…


Congratulations for the winning of “Research Thesis Award of Khayyam Festival” by Foozieh Sohrabi

Khayyam Festival is one of the high-prestigious national festival in which selection of the top thesis and dissertations takes place. We are happy to announce the winning of this award by our doctoral graduate, Dr. Foozieh Sohrabi in the Second National Festival on Research Thesis “Khayyam Award”.


Biomaterial from Bacteria Shows Promise for Range of Photonic Applications

Nonlinear optical measurements of the material showed strong saturable absorption and nonlinear optical extinctions induced by Mie scattering over broad temporal and wavelength ranges. Through comparative studies in thermal-optic switching, the researchers demonstrated that the biomaterial tellurium (Bio-Te) provided definite improvements in the thermal-optic decaying lifetime compared to the materials WS2 and graphene. Professor Werner J.Read More…


Antenna-coupled spintronic terahertz emitters driven by a 1550 nm femtosecond laser oscillator

We demonstrate antenna-coupled spintronic terahertz (THz) emitters excited by 1550 nm, 90 fs laser pulses. Antennas are employed to optimize THz outcoupling and frequency coverage of ferromagnetic/nonmagnetic metallic spintronic structures. We directly compare the antenna-coupled devices to those without antennas. Using a 200 lm H-dipole antenna and an ErAs:InGaAs photoconductive receiver, we obtain a 2.42-foldRead More…


Our new paper in journal of Optik

Congratulations to our new paper”Control of nonlinear refractive index of AuNPs doped with nematic liquid crystal under external electric field” by H. Mbarak, A. K. Kodeary, S. M. Hamidi, E. Mohajarani, Y. Zaatar In the present work, the nonlinear refractive index of gold nanoparticles (NP) doped with nematic liquid crystal (NLC) is determined using Z-scanRead More…


Our new paper in journal of Applied physics

Congratulations to our new paper”Two-Dimensional Plasmonic Biosensing Platform: Cellular Activity Detection under Laser Stimulation” by Sajede Saeidifard, Foozieh Sohrabi, Mohammad Hossein Ghazimoradi, Seyedeh Mehri Hamidi, Shirin Farivar, Mohammad Ali Ansari Combing biosensors and nanoscience as a growing technique provides great advantages such as a label-free and real time analysis, high sensitivity, low limit of detection,Read More…


Our new paper in journal of Optics and Laser technology

Congratulations to our new paper “Signature of plasmonic nanoparticles in multi-wavelength low power random lasing” by S. F. Haddawi, Hammed R. Humud, S. M. Hamidi  A multi-wavelength plasmonic random lasing is attained by core-shell nanoparticles and the mixture of metallic nanoparticles in the host dye medium. The plasmonic nanoparticles, fabricated using laser ablation in liquid,Read More…


Our new paper in journal of Magnetism and magnetic materials

Congratulations to our new paper “Bi:YIG@Au Magneto-Plasmonic Core-Shell Nano-Grating with Robust, High Magneto-Optical Figure of Merit” by Somayeh Sadeghi, Seyedeh Mehri Hamidi We numerically examine the role of Fano resonance for enhanced magneto-optical effect in an arrayed magneto-plasmonic core-shell structure composed of Bi:YIG cores as a magneto-optical active medium and Au sells as plasmonic ones.Read More…


Our new paper in journal of Optical Materials

Congratulations to our new paper  ” One dimensional photonic crystal as an efficient tool for in-vivo optical sensing of neural activity ” by Foozieh Sohrabia, Seyedeh Mehri Hamidia,*, Nasrin Asgaria, Mohammad Ali Ansari, Roya Gachilooa In this paper, we recorded optically the neural/neuromuscular activity of alive worm via phase-sensitive measurement while stimulating it optically usingRead More…


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