Tony F. Heinz, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1983-1995 Physical Sciences IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, United States 
 1995-2014 Depts. of Physics and Electrical Engineeirng Columbia University, New York, NY 
 2015- Applied Physics and Photon Science Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 2015- Energy Sciences SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory 
Area:
Nanomaterials, surfaces and interfaces, optical and electronic properties, laser spectroscopy
Website:
http://www.stanford.edu/group/heinz
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Burak Aslan grad student Columbia
Heather M. Hill grad student Columbia
Albert F Rigosi grad student Columbia (Physics Tree)
Ajay Nahata grad student 1992-1997 Columbia (E-Tree)
Jie Shan grad student 2001 Columbia
Charles Kerbage grad student 2003 Columbia
Idan Mandelbaum grad student 2004 Columbia
Feng Wang grad student 2001-2004 Columbia (Physics Tree)
Igor Stiopkin grad student 2005 Columbia
Whasil Lee grad student 2003-2005 Columbia (E-Tree)
Hayn Park grad student 2006 Columbia
Daohua Song grad student 2007 Columbia
Yang Wu grad student 2007 Columbia
Joanna Atkin grad student 2009 Columbia
Kin F. Mak grad student 2010 Columbia
Hugen Yan grad student 2010 Columbia
Chun H. Lui grad student 2011 Columbia
Yilei Li grad student 2014 Columbia
Archana Raja grad student 2016 Columbia
Xiaoxiao Zhang grad student 2017 Columbia
Jerry Dadap post-doc Columbia
Omer Yaffe post-doc Colombia University
Ulrich Höfer post-doc 1990-1991 IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center (Physics Tree)
Mischa Bonn post-doc 1999-2001 Columbia
Markus Huber post-doc 2019-2020 Stanford (Physics Tree)
Martin Wolf research scientist 1993 IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
Julia Stähler research scientist 2011 Columbia (Physics Tree)
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Barré E, Karni O, Liu E, et al. (2022) Optical absorption of interlayer excitons in transition-metal dichalcogenide heterostructures. Science (New York, N.Y.). 376: 406-410
Yu SJ, Jiang Y, Roberts JA, et al. (2022) Ultrahigh-Quality Infrared Polaritonic Resonators Based on Bottom-Up-Synthesized van der Waals Nanoribbons. Acs Nano
Liu E, Barré E, van Baren J, et al. (2021) Signatures of moiré trions in WSe/MoSe heterobilayers. Nature. 594: 46-50
Gu J, Walther V, Waldecker L, et al. (2021) Enhanced nonlinear interaction of polaritons via excitonic Rydberg states in monolayer WSe. Nature Communications. 12: 2269
Ma EY, Waldecker L, Rhodes D, et al. (2020) High-resolution optical micro-spectroscopy extending from the near-infrared to the vacuum-ultraviolet. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 91: 073107
Hayee F, Yu L, Zhang JL, et al. (2020) Revealing multiple classes of stable quantum emitters in hexagonal boron nitride with correlated optical and electron microscopy. Nature Materials
Karni O, Barré E, Lau SC, et al. (2019) Infrared Interlayer Exciton Emission in MoS_{2}/WSe_{2} Heterostructures. Physical Review Letters. 123: 247402
Waldecker L, Raja A, Rösner M, et al. (2019) Rigid Band Shifts in Two-Dimensional Semiconductors through External Dielectric Screening. Physical Review Letters. 123: 206403
Raja A, Waldecker L, Zipfel J, et al. (2019) Dielectric disorder in two-dimensional materials. Nature Nanotechnology
Zhang XX, Lai Y, Dohner E, et al. (2019) Zeeman-Induced Valley-Sensitive Photocurrent in Monolayer MoS_{2}. Physical Review Letters. 122: 127401
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