1935 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Slow light, Optoelectronics, Photonic crystal and Silicon photonics. Thomas P. White works mostly in the field of Slow light, limiting it down to concerns involving Photonic crystal waveguides and, occasionally, Laser optics, Free carrier, Scanning electron microscope and Photon. His Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Photovoltaics, Perovskite and Electronic engineering.
His research in Perovskite intersects with topics in Open-circuit voltage, Fullerene, Layer, Passivation and Hysteresis. Thomas P. White combines subjects such as Range, Wavelength, Resonator and Bandwidth with his study of Photonic crystal. His study explores the link between Silicon photonics and topics such as Nonlinear optics that cross with problems in Silicon.
Thomas P. White mainly focuses on Optics, Optoelectronics, Photonic crystal, Slow light and Perovskite. In general Optics study, his work on Silicon photonics, Dispersion, Photonic crystal waveguides and Photonics often relates to the realm of Coupling, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Optoelectronics research incorporates elements of Absorption and Nonlinear optics.
As part of one scientific family, Thomas P. White deals mainly with the area of Photonic crystal, narrowing it down to issues related to the Refractive index, and often Total internal reflection. His Slow light research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanowire, Ultrashort pulse, Group velocity, Signal processing and Self-phase modulation. His Perovskite research incorporates themes from Photovoltaics, Passivation and Hysteresis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Perovskite, Optoelectronics, Tandem, Silicon and Photovoltaics. He has included themes like Passivation, Band gap, Hysteresis and Photoluminescence in his Perovskite study. His research on Optoelectronics focuses in particular on Luminescence.
His work deals with themes such as Titanium oxide, Nanotechnology, Homojunction and Energy conversion efficiency, which intersect with Silicon. His Photovoltaics research includes elements of Characterization, Electronic engineering and Engineering physics. His study in Electronic engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Open-circuit voltage and Fullerene.
Thomas P. White focuses on Perovskite, Optoelectronics, Photovoltaics, Silicon and Hysteresis. His Perovskite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chemical physics, Library science and Voltage. His research investigates the connection with Optoelectronics and areas like Photovoltaic system which intersect with concerns in Perovskite solar cell.
Thomas P. White interconnects Homojunction, Nanotechnology and Energy conversion efficiency in the investigation of issues within Silicon. His Nanotechnology study incorporates themes from Indium, Doping, Conductivity and Titanium oxide. The concepts of his Hysteresis study are interwoven with issues in Open-circuit voltage, Fullerene, Layer, Passivation and Electronic engineering.
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Multipole method for microstructured optical fibers. I. Formulation
T. P. White;B. T. Kuhlmey;R. C. McPhedran;D. Maystre.
Journal of The Optical Society of America B-optical Physics (2003)
Systematic design of flat band slow light in photonic crystal waveguides.
Juntao Li;Thomas P. White;Liam O'Faolain;Alvaro Gomez-Iglesias.
Optics Express (2008)
Green light emission in silicon through slow-light enhanced third-harmonic generation in photonic-crystal waveguides
Bill Corcoran;Christelle Monat;Christian Grillet;David J Moss.
Nature Photonics (2009)
Multipole method for microstructured optical fibers. II. Implementation and results
Boris T. Kuhlmey;Thomas P. White;Gilles Renversez;Daniel Maystre.
Journal of The Optical Society of America B-optical Physics (2002)
Confinement losses in microstructured optical fibers
T P White;R C McPhedran;C M de Sterke;L C Botten.
Optics Letters (2001)
Symmetry and degeneracy in microstructured optical fibers.
M. J. Steel;T. P. White;C. Martijn de Sterke;R. C. McPhedran.
Optics Letters (2001)
Rubidium Multication Perovskite with Optimized Bandgap for Perovskite‐Silicon Tandem with over 26% Efficiency
YiLiang Wu;Heping Shen;Jun Peng.
Advanced Energy Materials (2017)
Slow light enhancement of nonlinear effects in silicon engineered photonic crystal waveguides
Christelle Monat;Bill Corcoran;Majid Ebnali-Heidari;Christian Grillet.
Optics Express (2009)
Interface passivation using ultrathin polymer–fullerene films for high-efficiency perovskite solar cells with negligible hysteresis
Jun Peng;Yiliang Wu;Wang Ye;Daniel A. Jacobs.
Energy and Environmental Science (2017)
Resonances in microstructured optical waveguides
Natalia M. Litchinitser;Steven C. Dunn;Brian Usner;Benjamin J. Eggleton.
Optics Express (2003)
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