Luke J. Mawst focuses on Optoelectronics, Laser, Semiconductor laser theory, Optics and Quantum well. His work deals with themes such as Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy and Continuous wave, which intersect with Optoelectronics. His Laser study combines topics in areas such as Wavelength, Chemical vapor deposition, Cladding and Cascade.
His Semiconductor laser theory research includes elements of Phase, Leakage, Spatial filter, Diffraction and Electron. His study in Optics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Power and Resonance. His research investigates the connection between Quantum well and topics such as Thermionic emission that intersect with issues in Carrier lifetime and Condensed matter physics.
Optoelectronics, Laser, Optics, Quantum well and Semiconductor laser theory are his primary areas of study. His Optoelectronics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy and Vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser. His research investigates the connection with Laser and areas like Cascade which intersect with concerns in Quantum.
Luke J. Mawst has researched Optics in several fields, including Power and Phase. His studies deal with areas such as Spontaneous emission, Quantum well laser, Atomic physics, Electron and Nitride as well as Quantum well. Luke J. Mawst combines subjects such as Semiconductor device, Single-mode optical fiber and Quantum efficiency with his study of Semiconductor laser theory.
Luke J. Mawst mainly focuses on Optoelectronics, Laser, Cascade, Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy and Quantum cascade laser. The various areas that Luke J. Mawst examines in his Optoelectronics study include Quantum well and Epitaxy. His study in the fields of Quantum dot laser under the domain of Quantum well overlaps with other disciplines such as Strain.
The subject of his Laser research is within the realm of Optics. Luke J. Mawst has included themes like Chemical vapor deposition, Quantum dot, Solar cell, Substrate and Slope efficiency in his Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy study. His Quantum cascade laser study also includes
Luke J. Mawst spends much of his time researching Optoelectronics, Laser, Cascade, Quantum cascade laser and Quantum well. His Optoelectronics research incorporates elements of Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy, Epitaxy and Current density. His Laser study is focused on Optics in general.
As a member of one scientific family, Luke J. Mawst mostly works in the field of Cascade, focusing on Quantum and, on occasion, Mid infrared. His studies in Quantum cascade laser integrate themes in fields like Master equation, Phonon, Condensed matter physics, Superlattice and Density matrix. His Photoluminescence research integrates issues from Absorption edge, Annealing, Gallium arsenide and Quantum efficiency.
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High-power (>10 W) continuous-wave operation from 100-μm-aperture 0.97-μm-emitting Al-free diode lasers
Ali Al-Muhanna;Luke J. Mawst;Dan Botez;Dmitri Z. Garbuzov.
Applied Physics Letters (1998)
8 W continuous wave front‐facet power from broad‐waveguide Al‐free 980 nm diode lasers
L. J. Mawst;A. Bhattacharya;J. Lopez;D. Botez.
Applied Physics Letters (1996)
Low-threshold-current-density 1300-nm dilute-nitride quantum well lasers
Nelson Tansu;Nicholas J. Kirsch;Luke J. Mawst.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
High-power single-mode antiresonant reflecting optical waveguide-type vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers
Delai Zhou;L.J. Mawst.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (2002)
73% CW power conversion efficiency at 50 W from 970 nm diode laser bars
M. Kanskar;T. Earles;T.J. Goodnough;E. Stiers.
Electronics Letters (2005)
Narrow spectral width high-power distributed feedback semiconductor lasers
Dan Botez;L Earles;J Mawst.
Phase-locked arrays of antiguides: model content and discrimination
D. Botez;L.J. Mawst;G.L. Peterson;T.J. Roth.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (1990)
Current injection efficiency of InGaAsN quantum-well lasers
Nelson Tansu;Luke J. Mawst.
Journal of Applied Physics (2005)
High‐power, diffraction‐limited‐beam operation from phase‐locked diode‐laser arrays of closely spaced ‘‘leaky’’ waveguides (antiguides)
D. Botez;L. Mawst;P. Hayashida;G. Peterson.
Applied Physics Letters (1988)
Low-threshold strain-compensated InGaAs(N) (/spl lambda/ = 1.19-1.31 μm) quantum-well lasers
N. Tansu;L.J. Mawst.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2002)
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