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Novel nanoscale transfer printing technique for precise positioning of nanowire lasers

Hurtado, Antonio and Jevtics, Dimitars and Guilhabert, Benoit and Gao, Qian and Tan, Hark H. and Jagadish, Chennupati and Dawson, Martin D. (2017) Novel nanoscale transfer printing technique for precise positioning of nanowire lasers. SPIE Newsroom. ISSN 1818-2259

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Abstract

Semiconductor nanowires, with lasing emission at room temperature, can be transferred in a controlled way to specific locations on diverse substrates and organized into bespoke spatial patterns.