Hamidreza Akbari

Graduate Student

Hamid received his B.Sc. in Physics and Mechanical engineering and his M.Sc. in Physics from Sharif University of Technology. He joined Atwater group in the summer of 2018 as an applied physics graduate student. His previous research experience includes perovskite solar cells and printing mechanisms for organic and organic-inorganic semiconductor films. His research interests are quantum photonics and 2D materials.

Personal website: http://www.h-akbari.com


Available Publications

Lifetime-Limited and Tunable Quantum Light Emission in h-BN via Electric Field Modulation

Hamidreza Akbari, Souvik Biswas, Pankaj Kumar Jha, Joeson Wong, Benjamin Vest, and Harry A. Atwater
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.2c02163 (2022)

Role of Atomic Structure on Exciton Dynamics and Photoluminescence in NIR Emissive InAs/InP/ZnSe Quantum Dots

Michael J. Enright, Dipti Jasrasaria, Mathilde M. Hanchard, David R. Needell, Megan E. Phelan, Daniel Weinberg, Brinn E. McDowell, Haw-Wen Hsiao, Hamidreza Akbari, Matthew Kottwitz, Maggie M. Potter, Joeson Wong, Jian-Min Zuo, Harry A. Atwater, Eran Rabani, and Ralph G. Nuzzo
The Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2022, 126, 7576−7587 (2022)

A hybrid coupler for directing quantum light emission with high radiative Purcell enhancement to a dielectric metasurface lens

Frank Yang, Pankaj Kumar Jha, Hamidreza Akbari, Haley C. Bauser, and Harry A. Atwater
Journal of Applied Physics (2021) - Quantum Photonics

Nanoscale axial position and orientation measurement of hexagonal boron nitride quantum emitters using a tunable nanophotonic environment

Pankaj K Jha, Hamidreza Akbari, Yonghwi Kim, Souvik Biswas and Harry A Atwater
Nanotechnology 33 (2022) (2021) - Nanophotonics

Temperature-dependent Spectral Emission of Hexagonal Boron Nitride Quantum Emitters on Conductive and Dielectric Substrates

Hamidreza Akbari, Wei-Hsiang Lin, Benjamin Vest, Pankaj K. Jha, and Harry A. Atwater
American Physical Society. PHYSICAL REVIEW APPLIED 15, 014036 (2021) (2021) - 2D Materials Quantum Nanophotonics