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Aidan Baker-Murray

  • University of Ottawa
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Research interests

LasersDNA SequencingNanomaterialsGrapheneNanopores

About

I finished my PhD in Physics at Trinity College Dublin in Prof. Werner J. Blau's group. My research focused on designing and testing graphene saturable absorber mirrors (SAMs) for mode locking ultrafast lasers at 2µm, and examining non-linear optical properties of other pseudo-2D materials. I am currently working at the University of Ottawa, in Prof. Vincent Tabard-Cossa's group. My research focuses on the creation and testing of nanopores in various materials, including as a sensor for nucleic acid.

Co-authors (17)

  • Martin Charron
  • Philipp Karau

Publications (4)

  • Instrumentation for low noise nanopore-based ionic current recording under laser illumination

    • Roelen Z
    • Bustamante J
    • Carlsen A
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  • Nonlinear optical performance of few-layer molybdenum diselenide as a slow-saturable absorber

    • Wang G
    • Liang G
    • Baker-Murray A
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  • Ultrafast Nonlinear Optical Properties of a Graphene Saturable Mirror in the 2 μm Wavelength Region

    • Wang G
    • Wang K
    • Szydłowska B
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  • Nonlinear Properties of Graphene Dispersions and Thin Films at a Wavelength of 1.2 mu m

    • Murray A
    • Blau W
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Professional experience

University of Ottawa