Professor Xu's interests include nanoscale science and technology, quantum photonics, aperiodic optics, semiconductor lasers, molecular electro-optics, and collective behaviors of large coupled systems. His ongoing research includes carbon nanotube structures, Silicon lasers, synthesis, fabrication, and sciences of quantum-arrays made from metals, superconducting, molecules and semiconductors, transparent conductive oxides and meta-materials, DNA conductivity, physics of redox processes in proteins and cells, and sensing and high speed electronics.
The Charles C. Tillinghast Jr. '32 University Professor, Engineering and Physics. Prior to coming to Brown University in 1999, he was the former Nortel Chair in Emerging Technologies and James Ham Chair in Optoelectronics, and the Director of Nortel Institute of Telecommunications at the University of Toronto.
JIMMY XU, Ph. D., M. Sc.
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