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Statut Confirmé
Domaines cond-mat
Date Lundi 5 Septembre 2022
Heure 13:30
Institut LPENS
Salle L357
Nom de l'orateur Dani
Prenom de l'orateur Keshav
Addresse email de l'orateur
Institution de l'orateur Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, OIST, Japan
Titre Imaging photoinduced phenomenon in real and momentum space
Résumé Photoemission spectroscopy techniques – wherein one photoemits an electron from a material using a high-energy photon to study its properties – have provided unparalleled insight into materials and condensed matter systems over the past several decades. Among these, there are two particularly powerful and complementary techniques: angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), which resolves the momentum of the photoemitted electron in the material; and photoemission electron microscopy (PEEM), which resolves its spatial coordinate. Recently, the merger of these techniques into multi-dimensional platforms of photoemission spectroscopy, along with access to the temporal dimension by further incorporating ultrafast spectroscopy techniques, have enabled powerful visuals of the dynamics of photoexcited systems in real and momentum space. In the first part of the talk, I will discuss some recent work in my lab in visualizing photoexcited carriers in space, time and energy [1, 2]. Applying these techniques to state-of-the-art perovskite photovoltaic films, we will image the performance limiting nanoscale defect clusters in these next-gen solar materials [3], and understand their role in charge trapping [4, 5]. In the second part of the talk, we will turn our attention to imaging momentum space in photoexcited 2D semiconductors and heterostructures [6]. Thereby, we will directly image the distribution of an electron around a hole in an exciton [7] – a hydrogen-like state that forms when a semiconductor absorbs light; visualize dark excitonic states that have largely remained hidden to optical experiments [8], and observe the structure of a moiré trapped interlayer exciton [9]. [1] Nature Nanotech. 12, 36 (2017); [2] Science Advances 4, eaat9722 (2018); [3] Nature 580, 360 (2020); [4] Energy & Environ. Science 14, 6320 (2021); [5] Nature 607, 294 (2022); [6] Advanced Materials DOI 10.1002/adma.202204120 (2022); [7] Science Advances 7, eabg0192 (2021); [8] Science 370, 1199 (2020); [9] Nature 603, 247 (2022).
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