Department of Physics
United States of America
Professor Jang specializes in the area of experimental condensed matter physics and nonlinear optics. Prof. Jang received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2005. His thesis work involves modeling of relaxation kinetics of excitonic matter in Cu2O based on time- and space-resolved spectroscopic techniques. He completed his B.S. in physics from Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea in 1994.
Optical and electronic properties of semiconductors, including quantum structures, plasmonic structures, and dilute magnetic semiconductors Excitonic matter in condensed matter systems and excitonic Bose-Einstein condensation Nonlinear optical responses from novel materials, polymers, and photonic crystals
Jang JI, Mani S, Ketterson JB, Lovera P, Redmond G. Nonlinear refractive index and three-photon absorption coefficient of poly (9, 9-dioctylfluorence). Applied Physics Letters. 2009 Nov 30;95(22):221906.
Mu W, Buchholz DB, Sukharev M, Jang JI, Chang RP, Ketterson JB. One-dimensional long-range plasmonic-photonic structures. Optics letters. 2010 Feb 15;35(4):550-2.
Mani S, Jang JI, Ketterson JB. Nonlinear optical processes at quadrupole polariton resonance in Cu 2 O as probed by a Z-scan technique. Physical Review B. 2010 Sep 28;82(11):113203.