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Project 4 : The Fundamental Mechanisms Study of IR and THz Nanostructure Lasers for National Security Application


           This research project aims to study the fundamental mechanism of the optoelectronics devices, focusing on the military applications. Examples include,
(1) the study of hot carriers for improving the laser and low/high energy infrared optoelectronics devices, (2) the study and design of nonlinear optics systems for long-distance bomb detection by using infrared laser and coherent anti-Stoke Raman spectroscopy that has high sensitivity. In addition, for telecommunication, the project covers the study and development of high intensity laser for quantum encrypted telecommunication with nonlinear optical process.


Figure 4.1 Experimental and theoretical research based on fundamental Physics in properties of semiconductor nanostructures,
hot charge carriers phenomena for the improvement of performances of near-IR, mid-IR and THz range lasers for the explosive detection system application.


Figure 4.2 The research based on high pulse laser, interaction between laser pulse and plasma,
onlinear optics and backward stimulated Raman scattering (BSRS) technique for the improvement of the small quantity of chemical
substance detection device, which can detect from far distance, for the internal security and industrial application.



Figure 4.3 The research based on quantum computer and quantum information using quantum theory of light for
the improvement of quantum computers and the performance of metrology and cryptography system.

Principal Investigator: Assistant Professor Dr.Paphavee van Dommelen
Collaborator: Dr. Chalongrat Daengngam, Dr. Pruet Kalasuwan
Affiliated Institute: Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University