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Welcome to LOPE at University of illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Professor James Gary Eden and Sung-Jin Park

Laser and microcavity plasma applications

The website of the Laboratory for Optical Physics and Enginnering (LOPE). We are dedicated to the pursuit of new and efficient sources of visible, ultraviolet (UV), and vaccum ultraviolet (VUV) radiation. LOPE people have developed novel laser spectroscopic techniques and devlopment of microcavity plasma devices and their application.

 

 

 

 

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Trials, Tribulations and a Distorted History of The Gaseous Electronics Laboratory
by Joseph T. Verdeyen  

The Gaseous Electronics Laboratory was started in 1950 when Dr. Ladislas Goldstein joined the Department of Electrical Engineering after a very productive career at ITT Research Laboratories at Nutley, NJ. This was a significant phase in the Department's history in that this was also the period when the Department also attracted Paul Coleman and John Bardeen, and of course, John changed the course of the world to say nothing of the Department. A bit of the history of Prof. Goldstein is most interesting (and has a 60% probability of being true):
  1. He came from Hungary to France to study Physics in M. Curie's Laboratory and supported himself during his graduate career playing professional football (European Style). As a consequence, he had an amazing ability to "kick" virtual anything into any desired target - graduate students being the exception. As Graduate students, we would leave wads of paper on the floor for him to kick into the nearest garbage can when he thought we weren't looking. He also indicated that he learned French by ushering at the theater and copying the diction of the actors.
  2. One of his first jobs at the Curie Laboratory was to tip off the flask collecting the Radon emerging from the nuclear decay of radium. He did this without any protection since much of the heath hazards were not yet identified (or maybe believed). One of long term effects was that he switched fields from Nuclear Physics to Gaseous Electronics. He related one incident that illustrates some of the carelessness of the times: Their Vandergraph generator kept arcing to the ceiling and to solve the problem, the placed open pans of carbon disulfide to increase the electron attachment and increase the dielectric strength of the air. While that practice was discontinued, that experience was one reason for the open bay design of the Gaseous Electronics Laboratory built in 1962.
  3. He finished and defended his thesis one week before Germany invaded France and being Jewish decide that Paris was not the best place to be and started for the coast heading for England. During that trip, he was fired upon by a German sniper and hit! Fortunately, the bullet was stopped (or passed through) a can of sardines resulting in a slow drip of a sticky liquid. He first thought that he was bleeding but was very happy to find otherwise.
  4. Prof. Goldstein was very formal in his relations with the graduate student and other faculty members. For instance, he always addressed me as Mr. Verdeyen while I was a graduate student, Prof. Verdeyen after I graduated and joined the faculty, and finally "Joe" on the day he retired and left for France.
  5. Prof. Goldstein retired in 1972 and died in France in the summer of 1995.
Initially the focus of the laboratory was on the fundamental processes in partially ionized gases with special attention to those operative in the TR switch for radar and those in the ionosphere.
For those who are not familiar with the TR switch in radar, let me explain: Most radar systems use the same antenna for the transmitter (kW to MW) and receiver (sensitivity = nW to pW). The TR switch uses part of the transmitter power to ionize the gas in a cavity in front of the receiver which de-tunes the pass band of the cavity from the transmitter's frequency and thus protects the sensitive receiver. There was always a small "spike" leaking through and this could wreck the system. To analyze and quantify this "spike" was one of the first research problems addressed by the laboratory.
There is a very interesting ionospheric phenomena, the Luxemburg Effect, that was exploited in the early days of the laboratory and was a precursor of many perturbation techniques now used in many fields. Telegren was the person who discovered the effect, namely that Radio Luxemburg would heat the electrons in the ionosphere and thus transfer the audio envelope on its signal to any wave traversing that portion of the ionosphere by modulating the absorption. Prof. Goldstein exploited and expanded this phenomena in the laboratory to identify and quantify many electron temperature dependent processes such as e-i recombination, electron-ion collision frequency, and any other electron collision process. He used to microwave signals, the "heating" wave and the "sensing" wave to examine these processes in the decaying portion or "afterglow" of a pulsed discharge. One of the unique modifications was to subject the plasma to a static magnetic field so that the electrons were in cyclotron resonance with either wave. All sorts of nonlinear phenomena from harmonic generation to modification of rate processes could be observed with relatively small microwave power (횇 200 mW or less).
In the late 1950's, research on controlled fusion was declassified and the Laboratory broadened its viewpoint to include this highly ionized that might be found in a fusion reactor as well as in shock waves associated with a re-entry plasmas. At that time, Prof. Golstein was assisted by Prof. A. A. Dougal (now at the University of Texas at Austin), Prof. Julius Cahn (Prof. (Emeritus) in Astronomy at U of IL), Prof. C. D. Hendricks (Emeritus of ECE at U of I and a major player in the US effort in the laser driven pellet fusion effort at Livermore), and Prof. Thomas Marshall (now at Columbia) who helped the lab start the quantum physics work in Gaseous Electronics by the study of ESR and NMR of neutral species resulting from the discharge.
After the invention of the laser, much of the Laboratory effort shifted into the Quantum Electronics Area and slightly away from plasma physics. The route followed for that change is interesting in that global plans failed but dumb luck prevailed. Let me illustrate.
Although we had plenty of experience with microwaves, its applicability to the high density theta-pinch plasmas was small at best and thus we were forced to use some rather painful diagnostics such as "Stark Broadening" spectroscopy to infer the electron density in space and in time. While modern instrumentation has made that technique easy, it was most painful in the early 1960's. There were two approaches followed by the lab: to use the the Thompson scattering of ruby laser light from the electrons and ions measure the electron density and temperature and if we were lucky we could also get the ion temperature. As it turns out, T. V. George did verify Rayleigh scattering cross-section and, after much money and a lot of effort, H. Merkelo did get the Thompson scattering to work but after the contract ran out and thus we were never able to exploit it.
During the course of that work, Goldstein got a request-for-a-proposal which was to be classified (still allowed at that time), and because of that issue, J. B. Gerardo and J. T. Verdeyen, who had security clearances, were asked to research the issues and write the proposal, which we did. We were very dismayed when a new RFP came out using many of our ideas but require its performance in a government lab.
We did not get that contract, but Jim Gerardo and I got interested in the laser area and were determined to improve our frequency capability by moving the decimal point and started on laser interferometry. At that time, we only had three dielectric coated mirrors, 2 curved ( 100cm radius) and one flat, and no laser tube. So we made a He:Ne tube with microscope slides for windows for operation at 1.15 microns and decided to couple the laser to an external cavity in which the plasma was located. We had some mistaken ideas about Fabry-Perot cavities and in any case we only had one extra mirror, a curved one, and thus had to make the flat serve a dual purpose. We had a dim view that maybe the plasma cavity should be confocal but had no logical reason to justify that choice other than the plasma did "fit" in the 50 cm space. Gee, we got some beautiful fringes when the theta -pinch was fired in that cavity but a fringe count predicted a electron density a factor of 4 higher than that inferred from Stark Broadening. Eventually, we realized that the extra factor of 4 came from the spacing between the transverse modes of the external cavity and thus this coupled cavity interferometer was a factor of 4 more sensitive than the conventional FP system. This approach was successful and led to quite few other contracts and many publications.
When Prof. Goldstein retired in 1975, Prof. Joseph T. Verdeyen was appointed Director by the Department Chairman, E. C. Jordan and remained in that position until August, 1994 when he retired and Prof. J. Gary Eden was appointed Director by T. Trick.
There have been many faculty associated with the laboratory and their current position and approximate location are given below:

Name  Current Location 
A. A. Dougal  Prof. (Univ. of Texas) 
C. D. Hendricks  Prof. (Emeritus, U of I); Lawrence Livermore Labs 
J. Cahn  Prof. (Emeritus, U of I) 
T. C. Marshall  Prof. of EE at Columbia 
B. E. Cherrington  Prof. University of Texas at Dallas 
H. Merkelo  Assoc. Prof., ECE, U of I 
T. V. George  Department of Energy 
E. Bialecke  McDonnell-Douglas 
J. T. Verdeyen  Prof. (Emeritus, U of I), but still harassing the troops 
J. Gary Eden  Prof.,ECE, Director of the Lab 
M. Kushner  Prof. ECE, U of I 

The laboratory has sponsored over 85 PhD thesis' and supported over 150 MS efforts. It has such a wide and diverse history that many groups check with us for borrowing (or stealing if they can get away with it), or to find if we still have a stock of some discontinued vacuum tube. We may have although our stock is decreasing. As one student remarked, this lab has 2 of every device ever made (and probably needs repair).
The Lab is famous for their athletic ability and usually stomp the candy-ass semiconductor groups into the ground unless many of them go together and come up with an all-star team. We also meet on some Fridays at Murphy's for a beer or a coke and political or scientific discussion. Indeed, one of our graduates, Dr. Gary Johnson sends $5-10 each year to support a St. Patrick's Day celebration for which every one is grateful.
The lab is also well known for its relaxed atmosphere, easy give-and-take on almost any subject, famous goofs, and good natured jokes on JTV on St. Patrick's Day with examples of the latter two given below.
  1. When Blake Cherrington was in the Lab, he almost always wore an orange shirt to off-set JTV's wearing of the green.
  2. Wired up the John with a telephone which rang just as JTV was trying to catch up on the literature. Of all persons, it was Al Wilson who ask "What'cha doing little buddy".
  3. Papered the door-way closed while JTV was in the John.
  4. Filled up his car with newspaper.
  5. Constructing and then hiding four pulsed oscillators which went off at random intervals from 4 different locations in JTV's office.
  6. Filling the coating tubes from the Polaroid film with dry-ice, capping with tape, and storing them in LN2 until I came back from running. Then placing them in the waste-paper basket, the desk and other places in my office to "expand", rather quickly, while I was eating my lunch.
  7. Running with JTV while singing "Ol Danny boy". It wasn't the bad singing, but rather the realization that they could run and sing while I was gasping for air.
  8. Hiding a full case of beer behind books, in drawers, and in file cabinets. I am not sure that I have found all of them yet.

There were two famous goofs made on the same day when JTV referred to Fabry and Perot as two French men from France and Gary Eden referred to a Coal-fired Nuclear power plant.
The lab is continuing to evolve and I am sure that Gary Eden will keep it the fun place to work that it has been for the last 46 years.

Laser Spectroscopy

Optical Device

  • Demonstration of the first UV and violet fiber lasers
  • Demonstration and development of microdischarge devices and arrays in Si and flexible layered structures
  • Discovery of several new laser spectroscopic techniques for studying excimer molecules.
  • Modulation at THz frequencies of coherent UV radiation by an atomic wavepacket
  • Development of a compact surface discharge system for pumping high power infrared and visible gas lasers
  • Development of photochemical vapor deposition for the growth of epitaxial GaN, Ge, and Si films

 

Microcavity Plasma

Flexable Display Device

  • Microcavity plasma science
  • Enviromental application in microcavity plasma
  • Plasma chemistry
  • Biomedical applications
  • Flexable and transparenet devces
  • ~1μm microplasma device and analysis

 

Faculties

James Gary Eden

Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
(217) 333-4157
jgeden@illinois.edu

Sung-Jin Park

Adjunct Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
(217) 333-4157
sjinpark@illinois.edu

Joe Verdeyen

Professor Emeritus
Electrical and Computer Engineering
(217) 333-4157
jverdeye@illinois.edu



Staff

Christi Ann White

Research Coordinator
Electrical and Computer Engineering
(217) 244-7096 / ccoxsey@illinois.edu



Post-Doc.

Jin Hoon Cho

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma
(217) 333-2483 / jhcho7@illinois.edu



Ph.D. Candidates

Tom Galvin

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Femtosecond Laser Design
(217) 333-2483 / tgalvin2@illinois.edu

Thomas Houlahan

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Laser Spectroscopy
(217) 333-2483 / thoulah@illinois.edu

Jimmy Ni

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma
(217) 333-2483 / hni2@illinois.edu

 

William Goldshlag

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Laser
(217) 333-2483 / williamg@illinois.edu



Graduate Students

Chul Shin

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma
shin34@illinois.edu

Dong San Choi

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma
heavyarms105@hotmail.com

Hee Jun Yang

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma
hyang33@illinois.edu

 

Zhen Dai

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma


 

Jose Rivera

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microplasma


Sehyun Park

Material Science
Microplasma
spark182@illinois.edu

Rui Su

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Laser Spectroscopy
ruisu2@illinois.edu

Wenting (Wendy) Chen

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Laser
totorowendychen@gmail.com

 

Visiting Members

Minghui (Amy) Wei

University of Tongji

(217) 333-2483 / minghui@illinois.edu

 

Andre

Electrical and Computer Engineering

(217) 333-2483 /

 

Yaogong

Electrical and Computer Engineering

(217) 333-2483 /

Huihui (Harvey) Cheng

Xiamen University
Nonlinear fiber/gas optics, Hollow photonic crystal fiber
(217) 778 - 8058 / harvey6117@gmail.com

Zaijun Chen

Electrical and Computer Engineering

(217) 417-7337 / chenzj@illinois.edu


Undergraduate

    2014

  • Kyle Raymond
  • Yun Jo Lee
  • Yoon Sung Kim
  • Kiwon Lee
  • Esther Junhyung Lee
  • Yu Jin Yeo
  • Hyeokpil Kwon
  • John Lee
  • Sungho Park

 

    2013

  • Kyle Raymond
  • Rebecca Choi
  • Joong Hoon Park
  • Hyeokpil Kwon
  • Seung Hee Yoon

 

    2012

  • Kyle Raymond
  • Hee Jun Yang
  • Sungbea Ban
  • Jung Kweon(Kevin) Bae
  • Hyeokpil Kwon
  • Eujin Kwon
  • Kevin Liu
  • Kyle Raymond
  • Minjoo Kim
  • Rebecca Choi
  • Joong Hoon Park
  • Anne Kim
  • Paul(?) Kim
  • Esther Lee

 


Alumni*

*Former students, visited scholars and staff, listed by the year they left the lab

    2013

  • Taegon Oh
  • Loann Pommarel
  • Darby Hewitt
  • Min Hwan Kim
  • Yi Ho
  • Oluwayemisi Sonoiki
  • Peter Peng Sun

 

    2012

  • Eung Soo Kim
  • Brain Ricconi

    2011

  • Zheng (Brittany) Jie
  • Ellen Keister
  • Jeffrey Ma
  • Seung Hoon Sung
  • Clark J. Wagner
  • Faye Shen
  • Dae-Sung Lee

    2010

  • Jason (J.D.) Readle
  • Paul Tchertchian
  • Tom Spinka
  • Steve Lee
  • Taek-Lim Kim

    2009

  • Je Kwon Yoon
  • Efrain B. Mejia
  • Kwang Soo Kim
  • Ho-Jun Lee

    2008

  • Young-Mo Kang
  • Joon Yeong Kim
  • Kuo-Feng(Kevin) Chen
  • Andy Nelson
  • Jeffrey Putney
  • Cy Herring

    2007

  • Dan Kovari
  • Edga Xie
  • Tyler Anderson
  • Andrew Price
  • Yan Xiao
  • Paoyei Chen

    2006

  • Kerstin Kunze
  • Leo Hua
  • Amanda Chang

    2005

  • Jeong Hyun Seo
  • Jennifer Hafez
  • Changjun Zhu
  • Nels Ostrom
  • Aydin Akyurtlu
  • Dae Hee Cho (Daniel)
  • Mariam Konat

    2004

  • Roman Kogler
  • Sung-O Kim
  • Freddy Lee
  • Meghan Riley
  • Dmitri Miftakhutdinov
  • Andrey Senin
  • Lawrence Tai

    2003

  • Min Cai
  • J.R. Allen
  • Zehuang Lu
  • Ron Roth
  • Scott McCain

    2002

  • Amy Oldenburg
  • 2001

  • Josh Conway
  • Efrain Mejia
  • Blake Jacquot

    1998

  • James Frame
  • Dan Cronin
  • Dave Wheeler
  • Pradeep John
  • Dave Funk

    1997

  • Gurkan Figen
  • Jeff Will
  • Pramod John
  • 1996

  • Paul Barnes
  • Hao Tran
  • 1994

  • Jim Alwan

    Undergraduate

  • Seung Hyun(Ryan) Kim
  • Jae Young Jeon
  • Hyung Chang Lee
  • Yong Hwa Kim

 

 

News

2013

  • M. Kim, J. Cho, S. Ban, R. Choi, E. Kwon, S. Park, and J. Eden, "Efficient generation of ozone in arrays of microchannel plasmas," Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol. 46, p. 305201, 2013.
  • J. G. Eden, S. Park, J. H. Cho, M. H. Kim, T. J. Houlahan, B. Li, E. S. Kim, T. L. Kim, S. K. Lee, K. S. Kim, J. K. Yoon, S. H. Sung, P. Sun, C. M. Herring, and C. J. Wagner, "Plasma Science and Technology in the Limit of the Small: Microcavity Plasmas and Emerging Applications," Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on, vol. PP, pp. 1-1, 2013.
  • B. Li, T. Houlahan Jr, C. Wagner, and J. Eden, "Modulating the secondary electron emission coefficient at the base-collector interface of the plasma bipolar junction transistor," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 102, p. 083502, 2013.
  • J. Hewitt, T. Houlahan, J. Gallagher, D. Carroll, A. Palla, J. Verdeyen, G. Perram, and J. Eden, "Role of excited state photoionization in the 852.1 nm Cs laser pumped by Cs-Ar photoassociation," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 102, pp. 111104-111104-4, 2013.

 

2012

  • D. S. Lee, S. Hamaguchi, O. Sakai, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Microcavity array plasma system for remote chemical processing at atmospheric pressure," Journal of Physics D-Applied Physics, vol. 45, Jun 6 2012.
  • J. H. Cho, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Propagation and decay of low temperature plasma packets in arrays of dielectric microchannels," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 101, pp. 253508-5, 2012.
  • J. Hewitt, J. Readle, and J. Eden, "Observation of the continuous transformation of a four level laser into a two level system," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 101, pp. 071102-071102-4, 2012.
  • J. Hewitt and J. Eden, "Lasing on the D lines of sodium pumped by free→ free transitions of Na-Xe collision pairs," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 101, pp. 241109-241109-4, 2012.

 

2011

  • J. H. Ma, D. C. Shih, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Microplasma Jets Generated by Arrays of Microchannels Fabricated in Flexible Molded Plastic," Ieee Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 39, pp. 2700-2701, Nov 2011.
  • D. S. Lee, O. Sakai, S. J. Park, J. G. Eden, and S. Hamaguchi, "Plasma Microchannel and Jet Enhanced by an Array of Ellipsoidal Microcavities," Ieee Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 39, pp. 2690-2691, Nov 2011.
  • T. L. Kim, E. S. Kim, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Confinement of Microplasmas in Silicon Channels With Widths as Small as < 5 mu m," Ieee Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 39, pp. 2696-2697, Nov 2011.
  • K. S. Kim, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Linear Arrays of Microchannel Plasmas in Monolithic Al/Al2O3 Sheets," Ieee Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 39, pp. 2698-2699, Nov 2011.
  • J. H. Cho, M. H. Kim, S. J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Arrays of Microplasma Jets Generated by Double Parabolic Microcavities in an Hourglass Configuration," Ieee Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 39, pp. 2376-2377, Nov 2011.

2010

  • S. H. Sung, I. C. Hwang, S. -J. Park, and J. G. Eden, "Interchannel optical coupling within arrays of linear microplasmas generated in 25-200 µm wide glass channels" Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 97, 231502, December 6, 2010.
  • C .G. Carlson, K. E. Keister, P. D. Dragic, A. Croteau, and J. G. Eden, "Photoexcitation of Yb-doped aluminosilicate fibers at 250 nm: Evidence for excitation transfer from oxygen deficiency centers to Yb3+" J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, vol. 27, pp. 2087-2094, October, 2010.
  • C. J. Wagner, P. A. Tchertchian, and J. G. Eden, "Coupling electron-hole and electron-ion plasmas: Realization of an npn plasma bipolar junction phototransistor"Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 97, 134102, September 27, 2010.
  • J. D. Readle, J. G. Eden. J. T. Verdeyen, and D. L. Carroll, "Four level, atomic Cs laser at 852.1 nm with a quantum efficiency above 98%: Observation of three body photoassociation" Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 97, 021104, July 12, 2010.
  • P. M. Bryant, E. J. Szili, T. Whittle, S. -J. Park, J. G. Eden, S. Al-Bataineh, D. A. Steele, R. D. Short, and J. W. Bradley, "The use of a micro-cavity discharge array at atmospheric pressure to investigate the spatial modification of polymer surfaces," Surf. Coat. Technol., vol. 204, pp. 2279-2288, April 15, 2010.

2009

  • 2. K.S. Kim, T.L. Kim, J.K. Yoon, S.-J, Park, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 94, 011503, 2009. "Control of Cavity Cross-Section in Microplasma Devices: Luminance and Temporal Response of 200 x 100 and 320 x 160 Arrays with Parabolic Al2O3 Microcavities"
  • 1. D. Yarmolich, Ya. E. Krasik, E. Stambulchik, V. Bernshtam, J. K. Yoon, B. Herrera, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 94, 011501, 2009. "Self-pulsing 104 A cm-2 Current Density Discharges in Dielectric Barrier Al/Al2O3 Microplasma Devices"

2008

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  • 18. J. G. Eden, B. J. Ricconi, Y. Xiao, F. Shen, and A.A. Senin, Advances in Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics, v. 56, p 49-118, 2008. "Interactions Between Thermal Ground or Excited Atoms in the Vapor Phase: Many-Body Dipole-Dipole Effects, Molecular Dissociation, and Photoassociation Probed By Laser Spectroscopy"
  • 17. J. D. Readle, C. J. Wagner, J. T. Verdeyen, D.A. Caroll, and J. G. Eden, Electronics Letters, v 44, n 25, p1466-1467, 2008. " Lasing in Cs at 894.3nm pumped by the dissociation of CsAr excimers"
  • 16. K.-F. Chen and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 93, 161501, 2008. "The plasma transistor: A microcavity plasma device coupled with a low voltage, controllable electron emitter"
  • 15. Y. Xiao, A.A. Senin, B.J. Ricconi, R. Kogler, C.J. Zhu, and J. G. Eden, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, v 41, n 18, p185101, 2008. "Molecular Dissociation and Nascent Product State Distributions Detected with Atomic Wavepacket Interferometry and Parametric Four-wave Mixing: Rb2 Predissociation Observed by Quantum Beating in Rb at 18.2 THz"
  • 14. M. Lu, S. S. Choi, C. J. Wagner, J. G. Eden, and B. T. Cunningham, Applied Physics Letters, v 92, n 26, 261502, 2008. "Label free biosensor incorporating a replica-molded, vertically emitting distributed feedback laser"
  • 13. K.S. Kim, J. K. Yoon, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1258-1259, 2008. “Intense Green Luminescence From 20,000 Pixel Arrays of Al/Al2O3 Microcplasma Devices With Parabolic Cross-Sectional Cavities”
  • 12. J. Zheng, J. Y. Kim, S. K. Lee, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1256-1257, 2008. "Molded Arrays of Microcavities and Channels in Polymer Structures: Ultraviolet Emitting Microplasma Sources for Biophotonics"
  • 11. P. A. Tchertchian, T. M. Spinka, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1254-1255, 2008. "Parasitic Emission Suppression in Arrays of Individually Addressable Silicon Microcavity Plasma Devices"
  • 10. A. J. Price, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1252-1253, 2008. "Plasma Sheets and Cylinders Generated From Aluminum Wire Fabric"
  • 9. T. S. Anderson, J. H. Ma, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1250-1251, 2008. "Multichannel Microchemical Reactor Comprising Replica-Molded Microplasma Devices: Chemiluminescence and Sulfur Deposition in Ar/Cs2 Flows"
  • 8. P. M. Bryant, G. C. B. Clarke, T. Kim, S.-J. Park, J. G. Eden, and J. W. Bradley, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1248-1249, 2008. "Time-Resolved Imaging of a Silicon Micro-Cavity Discharge Array"
  • 7. S. H. Sung, T. M. Spinka, Y. M. Kang, A. G. Berger, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Volume 36, Issue 4, Part 1, p1246-1247, 2008. "Evidence for Nearest Neighbor Coupling in Arrays of Ellipsoidal Microcavity Plasmas"
  • 6. M. Lu, S.-J. Park, B. T. Cunningham, and J. G. Eden, Optics Communications, v 281, n 11, p 3159-3162, 2008. "Vertically emitting, dye-doped polymer laser in the green (λ [similar to] 536 nm) with a second order distributed feedback grating fabricated by replica molding"
  • 5. K.S. Kim, J.K. Yoon, E. Xie, T.-L. Kim, G. Heimberg, S.-J. Park, and J.G. Eden, Digest of Technical Papers– SID International Symposium, vol. 39, n 1, p382-384, 2008. “Fully Addressable, Self-Assembled Microcavity Plasma Arrays: Improved Luminous Efficacy by Controlling Device Geometry”
  • 4. M. Lu, S.-J. Park, B. T. Cunningham, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letter, 92, 101928, 2008. "Low temperature plasma channels generated in microcavity trenches with widths of 20?150 μm and aspect ratios as large as 104:1"
  • 3. J. Waskoenig, D. O'Connell, V. Schulz- von der Gathen, J. Winter, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 92, n 10, p 101503, 2008. "Spatial dynamics of the light emission from a microplasma array"
  • 2. J.M. Hafez, J. Gao, and J.G. Eden, Electronics Letters, 44, 282, 2008. "Imaging and detection of periodic, 5-100 Hz magnetic fields with epitaxial rare earth-iron garnet films "
  • 1. K.S. Kim, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, v 41, n 1, p 012004, 2008 .“Self-Patterned Aluminum Interconnects and Ring Electrodes for Arrays of Microcavity Plasma Devices Encapsulated in Al2O3”

2007

  • 12. M. Lu, S. -J. Park, J. G. Eden, and B. T. Cunningham, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, v 16, n 6, p 1397-1402, 2007. " Microplasma devices and arrays fabricated by plastic-based replica molding"
  • 11. B. J. Ricconi, S. -J. Park, S. H. Sung, P. A. Tchertchian, J. G. Eden, Electronics Letters, 43, 1194, 2007. " Ultraviolet emission from OH and ArD in microcavity plasma devices"
  • 10. S. -J. Park, K.S. Kim, A. J. Price, P.A. Tchertchian, P. -Y, Chen, J. K. Yoon and J. G. Eden, Digest of Technical Papers - SID International Symposium, v 38, n 1, p 538-541, 2007. "Large scale arrays of microcavity plasma devices based on encapsulated Al/Al2O3 electrodes: Device characteristics as a plasma display pixel and low cost wet chemical fabrication processing"
  • 9. F. Shen, J. Gao, A. A. Senin, C. J. Zhu, J. R. Allen, Z. H. Lu, Y. Xiao, and J. G. Eden, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 143201 2007. "Many-Body Dipole-Dipole Interactions between Excited Rb Atoms Probed by Wave Packets and Parametric Four-Wave Mixing"
  • 8. Robert Ginn, Steven Solomon, Sung-Jin Park, J. G. Eden, Jeff Guy, and Ed Peters, Proc. SPIE, 6544, 2007. " Versatile plasma display technology for UV-visible scene projector "
  • 7. C.J. Zhu, Y. Xiao, A.A. Senin, J. Gao,and J.G. Eden, Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, v 75, n 5, 2007, p 053405. "Quantum beating in Rb at 18.3 THz (608 cm-1) detected by parametric six-wave mixing and sum-frequency generation in LiIO3"
  • 6. S. -J. Park, J. D. Readle, A. J. Price, J. K. Yoon and J. G. Eden, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., v 40, No. 13, 3907-3913, 2007. " Lighting from thin (<1 mm) sheets of microcavity plasma arrays fabricated in Al/Al2O3/glass structures: planar, mercury-free lamps with radiating areas beyond 200 cm2"
  • 5. Robert Ginn, Steven Solomon, S. -J. Park, J. G. Eden, Jeff Guy, and Ed Peters, Proc. SPIE 6544, 65440F, 2007. " Versatile plasma display technology for UV-visible scene projector"
  • 4. B. J. Ricconi, S. -J. Park, S. H. Sung, P. A. Tchertchian, J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 90, n 20, 2007, p 201504. " OH (A 2Σ+) and rare gas-deuteride (NeD, ArD) excimers generated in microcavity plasmas : Ultraviolet emission spectra and formation kinetics"
  • 3. J. M. Hafez, J. Gao, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 90, n 13, 26, p 132502-1-3. " Detection of weak (~0.5-300 nT), low frequency (5-100 Hz) magnetic fields at room temperature by kilohertz modulation of the magneto-optical hysteresis in rare earth-iron garnet films"
  • 2. S. -J. Park, P. A. Tchertchian, S. -H. Sung, T. M. Spinka, and J. G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, v 35, n 2, p 215-22, 2007. "Arrays of addressable microcavity plasma devices"
  • 1. J. L. Putney, K. E. Keister, C. J. Wagner, and J. G. Eden, 2007 IEEE LEOS Annual Meeting Conference, 2007, p 2 pp. " Microwave interferometric measurements of the electron density generated by sub-picosecond 100 GW KrF laser pulses in air"

2006

  • 20. S. -J. Park, K. S. Kim, A. Y. Chang, L. Z. Hua, J. C. Asinugo, T. Mehrotra, T. M. Spinka, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, 89, 221501, 2006. " Confinement of nonequilibrium plasmas in microcavities with diamond or circular cross sections: Sealed arrays of Al/Al2O3/glass microplasma devices with radiating areas above 20 cm2 "
  • 19. J. H. Seo, and J. G. Eden, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 100, n 123302, 2006. " Two-Dimensional Simulation of AC-Driven Microplasmas Confined to 100-300 µm Diameter Cylindrical Microcavities".
  • 18. S. -J. Park; J.G. Eden, K. Jain, M.A. Klosner, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 45, 10B, 8221-8224, 2006. " Flexible arrays of Ni/polyimide/Cu microplasma devices with a dielectric barrier and excimer laser ablated microcavities"
  • 17. S.-J. Park, T. M. Spinka, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, 89, 031502, 2006. "Linear arrays of ceramic microcavity plasma devices (127–180 µm diameter) driven by buried coplanar electrodes: Shaping the intracavity electric field and emission profile "
  • 16. J. G. Eden, S.-J. Park, Proceedings of 2006 6th Internaional Meeting on Information Display and the 5th International Display Manufacturing Conference - Digest of Technical Papers, p 473-476, 2006. " Arrays of microcavity plasma devices: Versatile platform for the next generation of plasma displays"
  • 15. P. A. Tchertchian, S. -H. Sung, T. L. Kim, S. -J. Park, J. G. Eden, Bulletin of The American Physical Society, vol. 51, n 5, 2006. " Addressable Silicon Microplasma Arrays: Discharge Properties for Pixelized Microcavities having a Multi-Electrode Geometry"
  • 14. K. S. Kim, J. D. Readle, T. M. Spinka, L. Z. Hua, S. -J. Park, and J. G. Eden, Bulletin of The American Physical Society, vol. 51, n 5, 2006. “ Confinement of Plasmas in Microcavities with Diamond or Circular Cross Sections and Driven by Al2O3 Encapsulated Electrodes”
  • 13. J. F. Zachary, J. P. Blue, R. J. Miller, B. J. Ricconi, J. G. Eden and W. D. O’Brien, Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, v 32, n 11, p 1763-1770, 2006. " Lesions of ultrasound-induced lung hemorrhage are not consistent with thermal injury"
  • 12. J.G. Eden, S.-J. Park, Physics of Plasmas, v 13, n 5, p 057101, 2006. " New opportunities for plasma science in nonequilibrium low-temperature plasmas confined to microcavities: There's plenty of room at the bottom"
  • 11. C.J. Wagner, and J.G.Eden, Chemical Physics Letters, v 422, n 4-6, p 372-377, 2006. " Gerade Rydberg states of Xe2 probed by laser spectroscopy in the afterglow of a Xe microplasma: Ωg <- a3 Σu+ ( 1u, Ou- ) transitions in the near-infrared (675-800 nm)"
  • 10. Robert Ginn, Steven Solomon, P. R. Mackin, Sung-Jin Park, J. G. Eden, and Carol Wedding, Proceeding of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, v 6208, Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing XI, 2006, p 62080O " Visible/UV image projector for sensor testing"
  • 9. S. -J. Park, J. D. Readle, A.Y. Chang, L. Z. Hua, K. S. Kim, J. G. Eden, Proceeding of IEEE 33rd International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2006, p360. " Flexible Al/Al2O3/SIO2 microplasma arrays: large area ultraviolet source for biomedical applications"
  • 8. S. -J. Park; J.G. Eden, Proceeding of IEEE 33rd International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2006, p405. " Microcavity plasma devices: new concepts for the high resolution plasma displays"
  • 7. T. M. Spinka, S. -J. Park, J.G. Eden, Proceeding of IEEE 33rd International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2006, p408. " Linear arrays of ceramic microcavity plasma devices (127-180 /spl mu/m diameter) driven by buried coplanar electrodes"
  • 6. S.-H. Sung, P. A. Tchertchian, B. J. Ricconi, K.-F. Chen, S.-J. Park, J. G. Eden, Proceeding of IEEE 33rd International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2006, p410. " Efficient UV emission of addressable pixel arrays of Si microplasma devices"
  • 5. J.G. Eden, S.-J. Park and K.S. Kim, Plasma Sources Science and Technology, 15, S67-S74, 2006. " Arrays of nonequilibrium plasmas confined to microcavities : an emerging frontier in plasma science and its applications"
  • 4. J.G. Eden, Proceedings of the IEEE, v 94, n 3, March, 2006, p 567-574, " Information display early in the 21st century: Overview of selected emissive display technologies"
  • 3. K.H. Becker, K.H. Schoenbach, J.G. Eden, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, v 39, n 3, p R55-R70, 2006. " Microplasmas and applications"
  • 2. K.-F. Chen, N. P. Ostrom, S.-J. Park, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 88, 061121, 2006, " One quarter million (500×500) pixel arrays of silicon microcavity plasma devices: Luminous efficacy above 6 lumens/watt with Ne/50% Xe mixtures and a green phosphor"
  • 1. S.-J. Park, K. S. Kim, and J. G. Eden, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 99, n 026107, 2006. " Ultraviolet emission intensity, visible luminance, and electrical characteristics of small arrays of Al/Al2O3 microcavity plasma devices operating in Ar/N2 or Ne at high-power loadings"

2005

  • 21. C.J. Zhu, A.A. Senin, Z.-H. Lu, J. Gao, Y. Xiao, and J.G. Eden, Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics), v 72, n 2, 2005, p 23811-1-7. " Polarization of signal wave radiation generated by parametric four-wave mixing in rubidium vapor: ultrafast (~150-fs) and nanosecond time scale excitation"
  • 20. J.G. Eden, and S.-J. Park, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Vol. 47, n 12B, pp B83-B92, 2005, " Microcavity plasma devices and arrays: a new realm of plasma physics and photonic applications"
  • 19. N.P. Ostrom,and J.G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, v 87, n 14, p 141101-1-3, 2005, " Microcavity plasma photodetectors: photosensitivity, dynamic range, and the plasma-semiconductor interface"
  • 18. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen, S.-H. Sung, C. J. Wagner, and J. G. Eden, Journal of the Society for Information Display, Vol. 13, n 11, pp949-954, 2005, " Implications of microcavity plasma devices for new plasma-display-panel cell structures with improved luminosity"
  • 17. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen, S.-H. Sung, T.M. Spinka, and J.G. Eden, IDW/AD'05 - Proceedings of the 12th International Display Workshops in Conjunction with Asia Display 2005, n 2, IDW/AD'05 - Proceedings of the 12th International Display Workshops in Conjunction with Asia Display 2005, 2005, p 1495-1498, " Arrays of microcavity plasma devices: Concepts for future plasma displays"
  • 16. Kim, S.-O. and Eden, J.G., International Display Manufacturing Conference and Exhibition, IDMC'05, Proceedings of the International Display Manufacturing Conference and Exhibition, IDMC'05, 2005, p 83-84, " DC operated microdischarge devices for high resolution plasma display panel"
  • 15. J.G. Eden, S.-J. Park, N.P. Ostrom, K.-F. Chen, K.S. Kim, IEEE/OSA Journal of Display Technology, vol. 1, n 1, pp112-117, 2005, “ Large Arrays of Microcavity Plasma Devices for Active Displays and Backlighting”
  • 14. J.G. Eden, S.-J. Park, N.P. Ostrom and K.-F. Chen, Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 38, p1644-1648, 2005, " Recent advances in microcavity plasma devices and arrays : a versatile photonic platform"
  • 13. S.-J. Park, K.S. Kim, and J.G. Eden, 32nd IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, 2005, " UV Generation In Microcavity Plasma Devices With Encapsulated Al2O3/Al Electrodes"
  • 12. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen, N. P. Ostrom, and J. G. Eden, 32nd IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, 2005, " One Quarter Million Pixel Arrays Of AC Excited Si Microplasma Devices"
  • 11. S.-J. Park, K.S. Kim, and J.G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, 86, 221501, 2005. " Nanoporous Alumina As A Dielectric For Microcavity Plasma Devices: Multilayer Al/Al2O3 Structures”
  • 10. S.-O. Kim, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 17(7), p 1543-5, 2005, " Arrays of microplasma devices fabricated in photodefinable glass and excited AC or DC by interdigitated electrodes"
  • 9. N.P. Ostrom,and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 578-579, 2005. " Visible and near-ultraviolet emission Characteristics of Ne, Ar, and Ar/N2 excited in silicon microcavity discharge arrays"
  • 8. N.P. Ostrom,and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 576-577, 2005. "Visible emission contours for neon plasmas in silicon microcavity discharge devices: pressure dependence of spatially resolved fluorescence above the anode plane"
  • 7. S.-J. Park,and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 572-573, 2005, " Microdischarge devices with a nanoporous Al2O3 dielectric: Operation in Ne and air"
  • 6. S.-J. Park, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 570-571, 2005. " Stable microplasmas in air generated with a silicon inverted pyramid plasma cathode"
  • 5. C.J. Wagner, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 568-569, 2005. " Xenon microdischarge at 300-800 torr : laser spectroscopy of Xe2 a3 "
  • 4. S.-O. Kim, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 566-567, 2005. " Arrays of square cross-section microdischarge devices fabricated in glass and driven by interdigitated electrodes"
  • 3. J.H. Cho, K.-W. Lee, S.-J. Park and J.G. Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 33(2), p 378-379, 2005. " Coplanar ac discharges between cylindrical electrodes with a nanoporous alumina dielectric: Modular dielectric barrier plasma devices"
  • 2. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen, N. P. Ostrom, and J. G. Eden, Applied Physics Letters, 86(11), p1-3, 2005. " 40 000 pixel arrays of ac-excited silicon microcavity plasma devices"
  • 1. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen, N.P. Ostrom, and J.G. Eden, Electron. Lett., 41(6), p311-312, 2005. "Arrays of AC-excited, silicon microdischarge devices as large as 40000 (200 x 200) pixels: electrical and optical characteristics for operation in neon"

2004

  • 17. J. Gao, Phys. Rev. Lett., 93,243001, (2004). " Thomson Scattering from Ultrashort and Ultraintense Laser Pulses"
  • 16. J.G. Eden., Progress in Quantum Electronics, 28(3-4), p 197-246, (2004). " High-order harmonic generation and other intense optical field-matter interactions: Review of recent experimental and theoretical advances"
  • 15. C.J. Zhu, A.A. Senin, J. Gao, J.G. Eden, 2004 IEEE LEOS Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings, 2004, pt. 2, p 903-4 Vol.2. " Observation of quantum beating at 18.2 THz in Rb by parametric six-wave mixing"
  • 14. C.J. Zhu, Z.H. Lu, A.A. Senin, J.R. Allen, A.L. Oldenburg, J. Gao, and J.G. Eden, International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC), 2004. " Competition between quantum beatings at 608 cm-1 and 70 cm-1 in Rb observed by parametric four-wave mixing"
  • 13. J.G. Eden, Progress in Quantum Electronics, v 28, n 3-4, 2004, p 197-246. " High-order harmonic generation and other intense optical field-matter interactions: Review of recent experimental and theoretical advances"
  • 12. Z.H. Lu, C.J. Zhu, A.A. Senin, J.R. Allen, J. Gao, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 10(1), 2004, Organic Light-Emitting Diodes, p 159-168. " Production and probing of atomic wavepackets with ultrafast laser pulses: Applications to atomic and molecular dynamics"
  • 11. Talmadge, J.M., Gao, and Eden, J.G., 2004 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: Macro to Nano, v 2, p1514-1515, 2004. " Magneto-optical detection of weak magnetic fields"
  • 10. Talmadge, J.M., Gao, and Eden, J.G., Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting(LEOS), v 2, p 969-970, 2004. "Modulation technique for sensitive magneto-optical detection of magnetic fields"
  • 9. Talmadge, J.M., Gao, J., Riley, M.P., Roth, R.J., Kim, S.-O., Eden, J.G., Pudonin, F.A., Mel'nikov, I.V., Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting(LEOS), v 1, p 53-54, 2004. " Anomalous magneto-optical Kerr effect in 1-80 nm Fe21Ni79 films"
  • 8. Talmadge, J.M., Gao, J., Riley, M.P., Roth, R.J., Kim, S.-O., Eden, J.G., Pudonin, F.A., Mel'nikov, I.V., Applied Physics Letters, 84, 21, 2004. " Magneto-optical Kerr effect in Fe21Ni79 films on Si(100): Quantum behavior for film thicknesses below [similar to] 6 nm"
  • 7. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu ,and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 85(21), 2004. " Microdischarge devices with 10 or 30 micron square silicon cathode cavities: pd scaling and production or the XeO excimer"
  • 6. S.-J. Park, K.-H. Park ,and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 84(22), p4481-4483, 2004. " Carbon nanotube-enhanced performance of microplasma devices"
  • 5. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen ,and J. G. Eden, Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS). The 17th Annual Meeting of the IEEE, 1 ,2004. " Flexible microdischarge arrays:large scale fabrication and AC operation"
  • 4. N.P. Ostrom and J.G. Eden, Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS). The 17th Annual Meeting of the IEEE, 1 ,2004. " Photodetection with silicon pyramidal microdischarge devices"
  • 3. S.-J. Park, K.-F. Chen ,and J. G. Eden, Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS). The 17th Annual Meeting of the IEEE, 1 ,2004. " Large scale arrays of microdischarge devices fabricated in Si"
  • 2. N.P. Ostrom, B.A. Vojak, and J.G. Eden, Plasma Sources Science and Technology, 13( 2), 2004. " Radio frequency (10 - 23 MHz) - assisted excitation of a microdischarge with a piezoelectric transformer"
  • 1. S.-J. Park, K.-H. Park ,and J.G. Eden, Electronic Letters, 40(9), 2004. " Integration of carbon nanotubes with microplasma devices cathodes: reduction in operating and ignition voltages"

2003

  • 8. Senin, A.A.; Tran, H.C.; Gao, J.; Lu, Z.H.; Zhu, C.J.; Oldenburg, A.L.; Allen, J.R.; Eden, J.G., Chemical Physics Letters, 381(1-2), 2003, p 53-9. "Molecular dissociation observed with an atomic wavepacket and parametric four-wave mixing"
  • 7. Senin, A.A.; Lu, Z.H.; Zhu, C.J.; Allen, J.R.; Eden, J.G., Quantum Electronics and Laser Science (QELS). Postconference Digest (IEEE Cat No.CH37420-TBR), 2003, p 2 pp. " Observation of molecular dissociation along several exit channels with parametric four-wave mixing"
  • 6. N.P. Ostrom, S.-J. Park, J.J. Ewing, J.G. Eden, 2003 IEEE LEOS Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings, 2003. " Photodetection in the visible and near-infrared with a silicon pyramidal microdischarge device"
  • 5. J.G. Eden, S.-J.Park, N.P. Ostrom, S.T. McCain, C.J. Wagner, B.A. Vojak, J. Chen, C. Liu, P von Allmen, F. Zenhausern, D.J. Sadler, C. Jensen, D.L. Wilcox, and J.J. Ewing, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 36, 2003. " Microplasma devices fabricated in silicon, ceramic, and metal/polymer structures: arrays, emitters and photodetectors"
  • 4. J.G. Eden, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 5231, 2003. "Microdischarge arrays in ceramic and semiconductor multilayer structures: Photonic devices for emission and detection"
  • 3. P. von Allmen, D.J. Sadler, C. Jensen, N.P. Ostrom, S.T. McCain, B.A. Vojak, and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 82(25), 2003. " Linear, segmented microdischarge array with an active length of ~1 cm: cw and pulsed operation in the rare gases and evidence of gain on the 460.30 nm transition of Xe+"
  • 2. S.-J. Park and J.G. Eden, Electronic Letters, 39(10), 2003. " Electrical characteristics and lifetimes of microdischarge devices having thin dielectric films of aluminium oxied, boron nitride, or barium titanate"
  • 1. P. von Allmen, S.T. McCain, N.P. Ostrom, B.A.Vojak, F.Zenhausern, C.Jensen, M. Oliver ,and J.G.Eden ,Appl. Phys. Lett., 82(16), 2003. " Ceramic microdischarge arrays with individually ballasted pixels"

2002

  • 12. Senin, A.A., Talmadge, J.M., Eden, J.G., Mejia, E., Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. Conference Edition (IEEE Cat. No.02CH37337), 2002. " Small signal gain and saturation intensity of an upconversion-pumped Ho:ZBLAN laser amplifier and oscillator"
  • 11. Senin, A.A., Talmadge, J.M., Eden, J.G., Mejia, E., Pacific Rim Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO - Technical Digest, 2002. " Small signal gain and saturation intensity of an upconversion-pumped Ho:ZBLAN laser amplifier and oscillator"
  • 10. Mejia, E.B., Senin, A.A., Talmadge, J.M., Eden, J.G., IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 14, 11, 2002. " Gain and saturation intensity of the green Ho: ZBLAN upconversion fiber amplifier and laser"
  • 9. P.D. Coleman, M. Lerttamrab, and J. Gao, Phys. Rev. E., 66, 066502, (2002). " Generation of single-frequency coherent transition radiation by a prebunched electron beam traversing a vacuum beam tunnel in a periodic medium"
  • 8. Senin, A.A.; Lu, Z.; Allen, J.R.; Eden, J.G., LEOS 2002. 2002 IEEE/LEOS Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings. 15th Annual Meeting of the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (Cat. No.02CH37369), 2002, pt. 1, p 267-8 vol.1. "Ultrafast spectroscopic tool for studying molecular dissociation"
  • 7. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu ,and J.G.Eden, Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. Conference Edition (IEEE Cat. No.02CH37337), 2002. " Microdischarge devices on the 10 ~ 30 mu m scale: fabrication and applications"
  • 6. S.-J. Park, J.J. Ewing and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 81(24), 2002. " Photodetection in the visible, ultraviolet, and near-infrared with silicon microdischarge devices"
  • 5. S.-J. Park and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 81(22), 2002. " 13-30 micron diameter microdischarge devices: Atomic ion and molecular emission at above atmospheric pressures"
  • 4. C.J. Zietkiewicz, B.A. Knecht, C.M. Herring, N.P. Ostrom, and Eden, J.G., Optical and Quantum Electronics, 34(10), 2002. " Design and performance of a transverse discharge, UV-preionized mercury-bromide laser"
  • 3. J. Chen, S.-J. Park, Z. Fan,C. Liu ,and J.G. Eden, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 11(5), 2002. " Development and Characterization of Micromachined Hollow Cathode Plasma Display Devices"
  • 2. C.J. Wagner, N.P. Ostrom,S.-J. Park, J. Gao ,and J.G.Eden, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 30(1), 2002. " Reduction in the Breakdown Voltage of a High-Pressure Discharge With an Array of 200-400 micron Diameter Microdischarges: Application to Arc Lamp Ignition"
  • 1. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C.J. Wagner, N.P. Ostrom, C. Liu ,and J.G.Eden, IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 8(2), 2002 " Microdischarge Arrays: A New Family of Photonic Devices"

2001

  • 14. M.B. Efrain, A.A. Senin, J.G. Eden, LEOS Summer Topical Meeting 2001, p 33-34. " Upconversion green fiber amplifier"
  • 13. D.S. Funk, J.G. Eden, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 37(8), p 980-992, 2001. " Laser diode-pumped holmium-doped fluorozirconate glass fiber laser in the green (λ ~ 544-549 nm): Power conversion efficiency, pump acceptance bandwidth, and excited-state kinetics"
  • 12. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu, J.J.Ewing ,and J.G. Eden,Optics Letters,26(22),2001 " Arrays of silicon microdischarge devices with multicomponent dielectics"
  • 11. J. Chen, S.-J. Park, C. Liu, and J.G. Eden, TRANSDUCERS '01. EUROSENSORS XV. 11th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors and Actuators. Digest of Technical Papers, 2001. " Microdischarge device fabricated in silicon by micromachining technique with pyramidal cavity"
  • 10. C.J. Wagner, S.-J. Park, and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 78, 709, 2001 " Excitation Of A Microdischarge Device With A Reverse-Biased pn Junction "
  • 9. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 78(4), 419, 2001. " Silicon Microdischarge Devices Having Inverted Pyramidal Cathodes: Fabrication and Performance of Arrays "
  • 8. J.G. Eden, NTIS, Jan 2001, 7p. " Microdischarges and Rare Earth-Doped Waveguide Devices: Visible and Ultraviolet Sources for Lasers and Sensors"
  • 7. J.G. Eden, C.J. Wagner, J.Gao, N.P. Ostrom, and S.-J. Park, Appl. Phys. Lett., 79(26), 2001. " Microdischarge array-assisted ignition of a high-pressure discharge: Application to arc lamps"
  • 6. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 79(13), 2001. "Independently addressable subarrays of silicon microdischarge devices: Electrical characteristics of large (30×30) arrays and excitation of a phosphor"
  • 5. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu, and J.G. Eden, Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. Postconference Technical Digest (IEEE Cat. No.01CH37170), 2001. " Large scale microdischarge arrays: fabrication and characterization"
  • 4. S.-J. Park, C.J. Wagner, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Photo. Tech. Lett., 2001. " Performance of Microdischarge Devices and Arrays with Screen Electrodes "
  • 3. S.-J. Park, J.G. Eden, 2001 Digest of LEOS Summer Topical Meetings: Advanced Semiconductor Lasers and Applications/Ultraviolet and Blue Lasers and Their Applications/Ultralong Haul DWDM Transmission and Networking/WDM Components (IEEE Cat. No.01TH8572), 2001. " Microdischarge arrays: a new family of UV sources"
  • 2. S.-J. Park, J. Chen, C. Liu and J.G. Eden, Elect. Lett., 2001. " Arrays Of Microdischarge Devices Having 50-100 um Square Pyramidal Si Anodes and Screen Cathodes "
  • 1. B.A.Vojak, S.-J. Park, C.J. Wagner, J. G.Eden et.al. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2001. " Multi-Stage, Monolithic Ceramic Microdischarge Device Having An Active Length of ~220 microns"

2000

  • 7. J. Gao, F. Shen, and J.G. Eden, Phys. Rev. A 61, 043406 (2000). " Resonant above-threshold ionization at quantized laser intensities"
  • 6. J. Gao, F. Shen, J.G. Eden, Phys. Rev. A 61( 4), p 438121-4381221, (2000). " Interpretation of high-order harmonic generation in terms of transitions between quantum Volkov states"
  • 5. J.G. Eden, IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 6( 6), p 1051-1060, (2000). " From N2 (337 nm) to high-order harmonic generation: 40 years of coherent source development in the UV and VUV"
  • 4. A. A. Senin, A. L. Oldenburg, and J. G. Eden, "Time-frequency analysis of the ultraviolet signal resulting from probe pulse scattering by atomic wavepackets." presented at the 11th International Conference for Lasers in Science, Technology and Medicine, Sept. 2000, Sochi, Russia.
  • 3. A. L. Oldenburg, P. C. John, and J. G. Eden, "Vibrational wavepackets in the B1Pu and D1Su+ states of Cs2: Determination of improved Cs2+(X) and Cs2(B) spectroscopic constants." Journal of Chemical Physics 113, pp. 11009-18, 2000.
  • 2. S.-J. Park, C.J. Wagner, C.M. Herring, and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett., 77(2), 199, 2000, " Flexible Microdischarge Arrays: Metal/Polymer Devices "
  • 1. S.-J. Park,C.J. Wagner, and J.G. Eden, LEOS 2000. 2000 IEEE Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings. 13th Annual Meeting. IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society 2000 Annual Meeting (Cat. No.00CH37080), 2000. " New microdischarge devices and arrays: flexible metal/polymer structures and Si pyramidal devices"

Past - 1999

  • 22. J. Gao, F. Shen and J.G. Eden, J. Phys. B 32, 4153 (1999).
  • 21. P.C. John , D.J. Wheeler, J.W. Frame, and J.G. Eden, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 27(1), 48, 1999, “Observation of individual particles and Coulombic solids in a microdischarge”
  • 20. J. Gao, F. Shen, and J.G. Eden, Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 1833 (1998). " Quantum Electrodynamic Treatment of Harmonic Generation in Intense Optical Fields"
  • 19. J. Gao, D. Bagayoko, and D.-S. Guo, Can. J. Phys., 76, 87, (1998). " The ponderomotive four-momentum"
  • 18. J.W. Frame, P.C. John, T.A. DeTemple, and J.G. Eden, Appl. Phys. Lett. 72(21) 2634, 1998, " Continuous-wave emission in the ultraviolet from diatomic excimers in a microdischarge "
  • 17. J.W. Frame, P.C. John, B. Bozeman, D.J. Wheeler, T.A. DeTemple, and J.G. Eden, Conference Proceedings. LEOS'98. 11th Annual Meeting. IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society 1998 Annual Meeting (Cat. No.98CH36243), 1998. "Characteristics of microdischarge devices in silicon"
  • 16. J.W. Frame, and J.G. Eden, Elect. Lett., 34(15), 1529, 1998, " Planar microdischarge arrays "
  • 15. J.W. Frame, D.J. Wheeler, T.A. DeTemple, and J.G. Eden Appl. Phys. Lett. 71(9) 1165, 1997, " Microdischarge devices fabricated in silicon "
  • 14. A. L. Oldenburg and J. G. Eden, "Wavepacket dynamics and time-domain spectroscopy in atomic rubidium." [Conference Paper], Technical Digest, Quantum Electronics and Laser Sciences Conference, pp. 176-7, 1999.
  • 13. H. C. Tran, P. C. John, and J. G. Eden, "Interaction of atomic wave packets with four-wave mixing: detection of rubidium and potassium wave packets by coherent ultraviolet emission." Optics Letters 23, pp. 70-72, 1998.
  • 12. DS Guo, J. Gao, and A H Chu, Phys. Rev. A 54, 1087 (1996).
  • 11. G. Rodriguez, P. C. John, and J. G. Eden, "Vibrational wave packets in the C1Pu state of Cs2: Two color pump-probe expreiments." Journal of Chemical Physics 103, pp. 10473-83, 1995.
  • 10. C.M. Herring, S.B. Kim, J.G. Eden, and M.L. Ginter, J. Chem. Phys. 101 (6), 4561, 1994.
  • 9. G. Rodriguez and J. G. Eden, "Dynamics of vibrational wave packets in the C1Pu state of Cs2." Chemical Physics Letters 205, pp. 371-9, 1993.
  • 8. S.B. Kim, D.J. Kane, and J.G. Eden, Physical Review Letters 68(9) 1311, 1992, "Interactions of Ne2 Rydberg states with Dissociation and Ne2+ Ionization Continua"
  • 7. S.B. Kim, C.M. Herring, and J.G. Eden, J. Chem. Phys. 96(2) 1016, 1992, "Electronic Structure of Ne2 below the first ionization limit"
  • 6. S. B. Kim, D. J. Kane, and J. G. Eden, Physical Review Letters, 68(9) 1311, 1992, "Interactions of Ne2 Rydberg States with Dissociation and Ne2+ Ionizaion Continua"
  • 5. S. B. Kim, C. M. Herring, J.G. Eden, and M.L. Ginter, J. Chem. Phys. 96(2), 1016, 1992.
  • 4. D.J. Kane, S.B. Kim, D.C. Shannon, C.M. Herring, J.G. Eden, and M.L. Ginter, J. Chem. Phys. 96(9), 6407, 1992.
  • 3. S.B. Kim, D.J. Kane, J.G. Eden, and M.L. Ginter, J. Chem. Phys. 94(1) 145, 1991, "Spectroscopic characterizations of the 3Sg+ and 3Pg components of nf complexes of Ne2 with n=4-6"
  • 2. D. J. Kane, S. B. Kim, J.G. Eden, and M.L. Ginter, J. Chem. Phys. 95(6) 3877, 1991, "Laser excitation spectroscopy of Ne2 Rydberg states observed in the afterglow of a corona discharge"
  • 1. D.J. Kane, C.J. Zietkiewicz, and J.G. Eden, Phys. Rev. A 39(9) 4906, 1989, "Observation of rotationally resolved inter-Rydberg-state spectra of 20Ne2 and 22Ne2 in the visible region"
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