Laura Kim

Graduate Student

Plasmonics

626-395-3826



Laura is a PhD candidate in Materials Science. She earned her undergraduate degree in chemical engineering at Caltech. Her research focuses on carrier dynamics in low dimensional materials and the fast optical characterization of plasmonic structures using pump-probe techniques. She is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow.

Available Publications


Electronically Tunable Perfect Absorption in Graphene

Seyoon Kim, Min Seok Jang, Victor W. Brar, Kelly W. Mauser, Laura Kim and Harry A. Atwater
ACS NanoLetters (2018) - Plasmonics

Electronic Modulation of Infrared Radiation in Graphene Plasmonic Resonators

Victor W. Brar, Michelle C. Sherrott, Min Seok Jang, Seyoon Kim, Laura Kim, Mansoo Choi, Luke A. Sweatlock & Harry A. Atwater
Nature Communications (2015) - Plasmonics

Tunable large resonant absorption in a midinfrared graphene Salisbury screen

Min Seok Jang, Victor W. Brar, Michelle C. Sherrott, Josue J. Lopez, Laura Kim, Seyoon Kim, Mansoo Choi, and Harry A. Atwater
Physical Review B (2014) - Plasmonics

Hybrid Surface-Phonon-Plasmon Polariton Modes in Graphene/ Monolayer h‑BN Heterostructures

Victor W. Brar, Min Seok Jang, Michelle Sherrott, Seyoon Kim, Josue J. Lopez, Laura B. Kim, Mansoo Choi, and Harry Atwater
Nano Letters (2014) - Plasmonics

Electronic Modulation of Infrared Emissivity in Graphene Plasmonic Resonators

Victor W Brar, Michelle C Sherrott, Luke A Sweatlock, Min Seok Jang, Laura Kim, Mansoo Choi, Harry A Atwater
arXiv (2014) - Plasmonics