Hailin Wang Ph.D.

Position Department / Business Unit
Professor Department of Physics and the Oregon Center for Optics
Institution Disciplines
University of Oregon Physics Quantum Dots Nanostructures
City State / Provence
Eugene OR
Country Website
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Hailin Wang's current research interests include: optical manipulation of quantum coherences in semiconductor nanostructures, cavity QED of quantum dots, ray and wave chaos in optical billiard, coulomb correlations and quantum coherences in semiconductor nanostructures, and spintronics and nonlinear optics in semiconductors.


Ph.D. in Physics, December 1990, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; M.S. in Physics, May 1986, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; B.S. in Physics, July 1982, University of Science and Technology of China

Career Highlights

University of Oregon, Department of Physics, 1995 – current
AT&T Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, New Jersey, Staff Consultant, 1993 – 1995
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Department of Physics, Research Investigator, 1991–1993


Faculty Early Career Development Award, Condensed Matter Physics, NSF, 1998 – 2002
Horace H. Rackham Predoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan, 1988 – 1989

Important Articles

Selected Recent Publications:
Mark Phillips and Hailin Wang, “Spin coherence and electromagnetically induced transparency via exciton correlations,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 1864011-1864014 (2002).
Mark Phillips and Hailin Wang, “Electromagnetically induced transparency due to intervalence band coherence in semiconductors,” Optics Lett. 28, 831 (2003).
Phedon Palinginis, Sasha Tavenner, Mark Lonergan, and Hailin Wang, “Spectral hole burning and zero-phonon linewidth in semiconductor nanocrystals,” Phys. Rev. B rapid comm., 67, 201307 (2003).
Scott Lacey, Hailin Wang, David Foster, Jens Noeckel, “Directional evanescent escape from nearly spherical optical resonators,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 033902 (2003).
Mark Phillips, Hailin Wang, I. Rumyantsev, N.H. Kwong, R. Takayama, and R. Binder, “Electromagnetically induced transparency in semiconductors via biexciton coherence,” Phys. Rev. Lett., in press (2003).
Phedon Palinginis and Hailin Wang, “Vanishing and emerging of absorption quantum dots from electron spin coherence in GaAs quantum wells,” Phys. Rev. Lett. Submitted (2003).

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