Peter R. Wiecha
Peter R. Wiecha
LAAS-CNRS Toulouse, France
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Enhanced luminescence properties of InAs–InAsP core–shell nanowires
J Treu, M Bormann, H Schmeiduch, M Döblinger, S Morkötter, ...
Nano letters 13 (12), 6070-6077, 2013
572013
Evolutionary multi-objective optimization of colour pixels based on dielectric nanoantennas
PR Wiecha, A Arbouet, C Girard, A Lecestre, G Larrieu, V Paillard
Nature nanotechnology 12 (2), 163, 2017
542017
Tailoring second-harmonic generation in single L-shaped plasmonic nanoantennas from the capacitive to conductive coupling regime
LJ Black, PR Wiecha, Y Wang, CH De Groot, V Paillard, C Girard, ...
ACS Photonics 2 (11), 1592-1601, 2015
432015
InP-based type-II quantum-well lasers and LEDs
S Sprengel, C Grasse, P Wiecha, A Andrejew, T Gruendl, G Boehm, ...
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 19 (4), 1900909-1900909, 2013
392013
Strongly directional scattering from dielectric nanowires
PR Wiecha, A Cuche, A Arbouet, C Girard, G Colas des Francs, ...
ACS photonics 4 (8), 2036-2046, 2017
312017
Enhanced nonlinear optical response from individual silicon nanowires
PR Wiecha, A Arbouet, H Kallel, P Periwal, T Baron, V Paillard
Physical Review B 91 (12), 121416, 2015
252015
Origin of Second Harmonic Generation from individual Silicon Nanowires
PR Wiecha, A Arbouet, C Girard, T Baron, V Paillard
Physical Review B 93, 125421, 2016
202016
Pushing the limits of optical information storage using deep learning
PR Wiecha, A Lecestre, N Mallet, G Larrieu
Nature nanotechnology 14 (3), 237-244, 2019
172019
InP-based 2.8–3.5 μm resonant-cavity light emitting diodes based on type-II transitions in GaInAs/GaAsSb heterostructures
C Grasse, P Wiecha, T Gruendl, S Sprengel, R Meyer, MC Amann
Applied Physics Letters 101 (22), 221107, 2012
162012
GaInAs/GaAsSb-based type-II micro-cavity LED with 2–3 μm light emission grown on InP substrate
C Grasse, T Gruendl, S Sprengel, P Wiecha, K Vizbaras, R Meyer, ...
Journal of crystal growth 370, 240-243, 2013
132013
Polarization conversion in plasmonic nanoantennas for metasurfaces using structural asymmetry and mode hybridization
PR Wiecha, LJ Black, Y Wang, V Paillard, C Girard, OL Muskens, ...
Scientific reports 7, 40906, 2017
122017
Enhancement of electric and magnetic dipole transition of rare-earth-doped thin films tailored by high-index dielectric nanostructures
PR Wiecha, C Majorel, C Girard, A Arbouet, B Masenelli, O Boisron, ...
Applied optics 58 (7), 1682-1690, 2019
10*2019
Designing thermoplasmonic properties of metallic metasurfaces
C Girard, PR Wiecha, A Cuche, E Dujardin
Journal of Optics 20 (7), 075004, 2018
92018
Decay rate of magnetic dipoles near nonmagnetic nanostructures
PR Wiecha, A Arbouet, A Cuche, V Paillard, C Girard
Physical Review B 97 (8), 085411, 2018
92018
pyGDM--A python toolkit for full-field electro-dynamical simulations and evolutionary optimization of nanostructures
PR Wiecha
Computer Physics Communications 233, 167-192, 2018
82018
Local field enhancement and thermoplasmonics in multimodal aluminum structures
PR Wiecha, MM Mennemanteuil, D Khlopin, J Martin, A Arbouet, D Gérard, ...
Physical Review B 96 (3), 035440, 2017
72017
Deep learning enabled real time speckle recognition and hyperspectral imaging using a multimode fiber array
U Kürüm, PR Wiecha, R French, OL Muskens
Optics express 27 (15), 20965-20979, 2019
62019
Deep learning meets nanophotonics: A generalized accurate predictor for near fields and far fields of arbitrary 3D nanostructures
PR Wiecha, OL Muskens
Nano Letters, 2019
52019
AlGaInAsPSb-based high-speed short-cavity VCSEL with single-mode emission at 1.3 μm grown by MOVPE on InP substrate
C Grasse, M Mueller, T Gruendl, G Boehm, E Roenneberg, P Wiecha, ...
Journal of crystal growth 370, 217-220, 2013
32013
Design of plasmonic directional antennas via evolutionary optimization
PR Wiecha, C Majorel, C Girard, A Cuche, V Paillard, OL Muskens, ...
Optics express 27 (20), 29069-29081, 2019
22019
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