Jacob Khurgin

Electrical Engineering Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Condensed Matter Physics, Materials Science Engineering
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Feng Jin grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Shuangmei Xu grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Nnake I. Nweke grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Beibei Zhang grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
Patrick G. Maloney grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
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Zhuo N, Zhang JC, Wang FJ, et al. (2017) Room temperature continuous wave quantum dot cascade laser emitting at 7.2 μm. Optics Express. 25: 13807-13815
Yang CS, Jin F, Trivedi S, et al. (2016) Time resolved long-wave infrared laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of inorganic energetic materials by a rapid mercury-cadmium-telluride linear array detection system. Applied Optics. 55: 9166-9172
Khurgin JB. (2016) Optically induced currents in dielectrics and semiconductors as a nonlinear optical effect Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics. 33: C1-C9
Pattanaik HS, Reichert M, Khurgin JB, et al. (2016) Enhancement of Two-Photon Absorption in Quantum Wells for Extremely Nondegenerate Photon Pairs Ieee Journal of Quantum Electronics. 52
Khurgin JB, Sun G. (2015) Impact of surface collisions on enhancement and quenching of the luminescence near the metal nanoparticles. Optics Express. 23: 30739-48
Khurgin JB, Sun G, Chen WT, et al. (2015) Ultrafast Thermal Nonlinearity. Scientific Reports. 5: 17899
Stievater TH, Pruessner MW, Rabinovich WS, et al. (2015) Suspended photonic waveguide devices. Applied Optics. 54: F164-73
Yu H, Talukdar D, Xu W, et al. (2015) Charge-Induced Second-Harmonic Generation in Bilayer WSe2. Nano Letters. 15: 5653-7
Khurgin JB. (2015) Prospects and merits of metal-clad semiconductor lasers from nearly UV to far IR. Optics Express. 23: 4186-94
Khurgin JB. (2015) Ultimate limit of field confinement by surface plasmon polaritons. Faraday Discussions. 178: 109-22
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