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Carlos Silva Acuna

  • PhD chemical physics
  • Professor
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
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Research interests

Ultrafast spectroscopy of organic and polymeric semiconductor materials

About

Carlos Silva's research group implements ultrafast optical probes of both organic and inorganic semiconductor materials. This includes conjugated polymers, organic crystals, and quantum-confined systems. We are focused on understanding energy transport, exciton dynamics, and strong coupling of light and matter.

Co-authors (2486)

  • Richard Leonelli
  • Eric Bittner

Publications (5)

  • A Thiazole−Naphthalene Diimide Based n-Channel Donor−Acceptor Conjugated Polymer

    • Yuan Z
    • Buckley C
    • Thomas S
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  • Exciton-polaron spectral structures in two dimensional hybrid lead-halide perovskites

    • Neutzner S
    • Thouin F
    • Cortecchia D
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  • On the Effect of Confinement on the Structure and Properties of Small-Molecular Organic Semiconductors

    • Martín J
    • Dyson M
    • Reid O
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  • Stable biexcitons in two-dimensional metal-halide perovskites with strong dynamic lattice disorder

    • Thouin F
    • Neutzner S
    • Cortecchia D
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  • Probing dynamical symmetry breaking using quantum-entangled photons

    • Li H
    • Piryatinski A
    • Jerke J
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Professional experience

Professor

Georgia Institute of Technology

July 2017 - Present

Professor

Universite de Montreal

June 2015 - June 2017(2 years)

Associate Professor

Universite de Montreal

June 2009 - May 2015(6 years)

Assistant Professor

Universite de Montreal

January 2005 - May 2009(4 years)

EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

September 2001 - December 2004(3 years)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

September 1998 - August 2001(3 years)

Education

PhD in Chemical Physics

University of Minnesota System

September 1992 - August 1998(6 years)

BA Cum Laude

Luther College

September 1989 - June 1992(3 years)