People: Giovanni Scuri

Graduate Student
Publications
  1. J. Sung, G. Scuri, T. Andersen, D. Wild, R. Gelly, H. Heo, M. Lukin, H. Park, V. Zólyomi, H. Yoo, A. Y. Joe, S. J. Magorrian, D. Bérubé, A. M. M. Valdivia, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, P. Kim, and V. I. Fal’ko. Broken mirror symmetry in excitonic response of reconstructed domains in twisted MoSe2/MoSe2 bilayers. Nature Nanotechnology, 15:750–754, 2020.
  2. G. Scuri, T. Andersen, Y. Zhou, D. Wild, J. Sung, R. Gelly, H. Heo, M. Lukin, H. Park, D. Bérubé, L. Shao, A. Y. Joe, A. M. M. Valdivia, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, M. Lončar, and P. Kim. Electrically tunable valley dynamics in twisted MoSe2/MoSe2 bilayers. Phys. Rev. Lett., 124(217403), 2020.
  3. D. Wild, A. High, Y. Zhou, G. Scuri, K. de Greve, M. Lukin, H. Park, L.A. Jauregui, A.Y. Joe, K. Pistunova, C.-H. Yu, T. Taniguchi, K. Wantanabe, and D.J. Needleman. Electrical Control of Interlayer Exciton Dynamics in Atomically Thin Heterostructures. Science, 366(6467), November 2019.
  4. D. Wild, G. Scuri, K. de Greve, R. Gelly, Y. Zhou, J. Sung, M. Lukin, H. Park, A. Y. Joe, L. A. Jauregui, K. Pistunova, and Z. Lu. Electrically controlled emission from triplet charged excitons in atomically thin heterostructures. ArXiv 2019.
  5. A. Dibos, Y. Zhou, G. Scuri, D. Wild, A. High, M. Lukin, H. Park, L. A. Jauregui, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, and P. Kim. Electrically tunable exciton-plasmon coupling in a WSe2 monolayer embedded in a plasmonic crystal cavity. Nano Lett May 2019.
  6. A. Sushko, K. de Greve, T. Andersen, G. Scuri, Y. Zhou, J. Sung, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, and P. Kim. High resolution imaging of reconstructed domains and moire patterns in functional van der Waals heterostructure devices. ArXiv 2019.
  7. T. Andersen, G. Scuri, A. Sushko, K. de Greve, J. Sung, Y. Zhou, D. Wild, R. Gelly, H. Heo, H. Park, M. Lukin, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, and P. Kim. Moiré Excitons Correlated with Superlattice Structure in Twisted WSe2/WSe2 Homobilayers. ArXiv 2019.
  8. G. Scuri, Y. Zhou, A. High, D. Wild, C. Shu, K. de Greve, M. Lukin, H. Park, L. A. Jauregui, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, and P. Kim. Large excitonic reflectivity of monolayer MoSe2 encapsulated in hexagonal boron nitride. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 120(037402), January 2018.
  9. G. Scuri, Y. Zhou, A. High, D. Wild, C. Shu, K. de Greve, M. Lukin, H. Park, L.A. Jauregui, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, and P. Kim. Atomically thin mirrors made of monolayer semiconductors.
  10. K. Wang, K. de Greve, A. Sushko, A. High, Y. Zhou, G. Scuri, M. Lukin, H. Park, L. A. Jauregui, T. Taniguchi, K. Wantanabe, and P. Kim. Electrical control of charged carriers and excitons in atomically thin materials. Nature Nanotechnology, 13:128-132, 2017.
  11. Y. Zhou, G. Scuri, D. Wild, A. High, A. Dibos, C. Shu, K. de Greve, M. Lukin, H. Park, L.A Jauregui, K. Pistunova, A. Joe, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, and P.Kim. Probing dark excitons in atomically thin semiconductors via near-field coupling to surface plasmon polaritons.
News
Tue January 30, 2018

Atomically Thin Mirrors Made from a Monolayer Semiconductor

Conventional mirrors have fundamental thickness limitations: the skin depth for metallic mirrors, and the wavelength of light for dielectric mirrors. Recently, the Park Group has demonstrated that these limitations can be overcome with the atomically thin semiconductor molybdenum diselenide [1]. To understand how this can be achieved, one has to consider how light is reflected...
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