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See detailControl of excitonic absorption by thickness variation in few-layer GaSe
Budweg, Arne; Yadav, Dinesh; Grupp, Alexander et al

in PHYSICAL REVIEW B (2019), 100(4),

We control the thickness of GaSe on the level of individual layers and study the corresponding optical absorption via highly sensitive differential transmission measurements. Suppression of excitonic ... [more ▼]

We control the thickness of GaSe on the level of individual layers and study the corresponding optical absorption via highly sensitive differential transmission measurements. Suppression of excitonic transitions is observed when the number of layers is smaller than a critical value of 8. Through ab initio modelling we are able to link this behavior to a fundamental change in the band structure that leads to the formation of a valence band shaped as an inverted Mexican hat in thin GaSe. The thickness-controlled modulation of the optical properties provides attractive resources for the development of functional optoelectronic devices based on a single material. [less ▲]

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See detailPump-probe spectroscopy study of ultrafast temperature dynamics in nanoporous gold
Ortolani, Michele; Mancini, Andrea; Budweg, Arne et al

in PHYSICAL REVIEW B (2019), 99(3),

We explore the influence of the nanoporous structure on the thermal relaxation of electrons and holes excited by ultrashort laser pulses (similar to 7 fs) in thin gold films. Plasmon decay into hot ... [more ▼]

We explore the influence of the nanoporous structure on the thermal relaxation of electrons and holes excited by ultrashort laser pulses (similar to 7 fs) in thin gold films. Plasmon decay into hot electron-hole pairs results in the generation of a Fermi-Dirac distribution thermalized at a temperature T-e higher than the lattice temperature T-1. The relaxation times of the energy exchange between electrons and lattice, here measured by pump-probe spectroscopy, is slowed down by the nanoporous structure, resulting in much higher peak T-e than for bulk gold films. The electron-phonon coupling constant and the Debye temperature are found to scale with the metal filling factor f and a two-temperature model reproduces the data. The results open the way for electron temperature control in metals by engineering of the nanoporous geometry. [less ▲]

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See detailSwitchable dissociation of excitons bound at strained CdTe/CdS interfaces
Enders, Florian; Budweg, Arne; Zeng, Peng et al

in Nanoscale (2018)

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