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  • Robert Chen, Yijie Huo, Hai Lin, Charles J. Hitzman, Theodore I. Kamins, James S. Harris, "Direct-Bandgap Photoluminescence of MBE-grown Ge1-xSnx Alloys," Electronic Materials Conference 2011, Santa Barbara, CA (2011). [more info]

  • "Compact Semiconductor Bioluminescence Bio-sensors," OSA Frontiers in Optics, San Jose, CA (2007). [more info]

  • Alireza Khalili, Xiao Hann Lim, Hopil Bae, James Harris, "A highly stable evanescently-coupled hybrid fiber semiconductor laser design," 33rd European Conference on Optical Communications, Berlin, Germany (2007). [more info]

  • Alireza Khalili, Hopil Bae, Xiao Hann Lim, James S. Harris, "A highly stable evanescently-coupled fiber semiconductor laser," SPRC Symposium 2006, Stanford University (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Progress and Challenges of GalnNAsSb for Optical Communications," Technical University Berlin Seminar, Berlin, Germany (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Progress and Challenges of GalnNAsSb for Optical Communications," European conference on Optical Communications (ECOC) Workshop Quantum Dots: The Ultimate Frontier, Berlin, Germany (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Nanophotonic Structures to Overcome the Diffraction Limit of Light," Yonsei University Mechanical Engineering Department Seminar,, Seoul, Korea (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Advanced Materials, Photonic Devices, and Quantum Transport Devices," Yonsei University-Stanford University Nano-Science Workshop, Seoul, Korea (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Design, Fabrication and Application of Integrated VCSELs," Seoul National University Seminar, Seoul, Korea (2007). [more info]

  • James Harris, "Nanophotonic Structures to Overcome the Diffraction Limit of Light," NANO KOREA 2007 International Nanotech Symposium, Seoul, Korea (2007). [more info]

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