Quantum Material Integrated Optoelectronics
Emre Ozan Polat
Abstract: Despite the significant progress on conventional wafer-based optoelectronics, providing a broad optical response with a mechanically flexible device structure remains as an outstanding challenge. In this talk, I will first briefly explain the novel ways of providing a hyperspectral response by controlling the light-matter interaction in graphene and thin film semiconductors. Then I will focus on the physics of demonstrated flexible optoelectronic devices benefiting from the intrinsic mechanical flexibility and charge carrier properties of graphene. To show the promises of my approaches, I will give methodological insight into the CMOS integration and wearable use of quantum materials yielding next generation optoelectronics for hyperspectral imaging and telemedicine.