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Qian Gao
Qian Gao
PhD student, Department of Electronic Materials Engineering, Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Selective-area epitaxy of pure wurtzite InP nanowires: high quantum efficiency and room-temperature lasing
Q Gao, D Saxena, F Wang, L Fu, S Mokkapati, Y Guo, L Li, J Wong-Leung, ...
Nano letters 14 (9), 5206-5211, 2014
2542014
Mode profiling of semiconductor nanowire lasers
D Saxena, F Wang, Q Gao, S Mokkapati, HH Tan, C Jagadish
Nano Letters 15 (8), 5342-5348, 2015
952015
Efficiency enhancement of axial junction InP single nanowire solar cells by dielectric coating
Z Zhong, Z Li, Q Gao, Z Li, K Peng, L Li, S Mokkapati, K Vora, J Wu, ...
Nano Energy 28, 106-114, 2016
812016
Simultaneous selective-area and vapor–liquid–solid growth of InP nanowire arrays
Q Gao, VG Dubrovskii, P Caroff, J Wong-Leung, L Li, Y Guo, L Fu, HH Tan, ...
Nano Letters 16 (7), 4361-4367, 2016
782016
Engineering highly interconnected neuronal networks on nanowire scaffolds
V Gautam, S Naureen, N Shahid, Q Gao, Y Wang, D Nisbet, C Jagadish, ...
Nano letters 17 (6), 3369-3375, 2017
722017
Transfer printing of semiconductor nanowires with lasing emission for controllable nanophotonic device fabrication
B Guilhabert, A Hurtado, D Jevtics, Q Gao, HH Tan, C Jagadish, ...
ACS nano 10 (4), 3951-3958, 2016
612016
Integration of semiconductor nanowire lasers with polymeric waveguide devices on a mechanically flexible substrate
D Jevtics, A Hurtado, B Guilhabert, J McPhillimy, G Cantarella, Q Gao, ...
Nano Letters 17 (10), 5990-5994, 2017
602017
Broadband phase-sensitive single InP nanowire photoconductive terahertz detectors
K Peng, P Parkinson, JL Boland, Q Gao, YC Wenas, CL Davies, Z Li, L Fu, ...
Nano Letters 16 (8), 4925-4931, 2016
572016
Spatially resolved doping concentration and nonradiative lifetime profiles in single Si-doped InP nanowires using photoluminescence mapping
F Wang, Q Gao, K Peng, Z Li, Z Li, Y Guo, L Fu, LM Smith, HH Tan, ...
Nano letters 15 (5), 3017-3023, 2015
532015
Long-lived hot carriers in III–V nanowires
D Tedeschi, M De Luca, HA Fonseka, Q Gao, F Mura, HH Tan, S Rubini, ...
Nano Letters 16 (5), 3085-3093, 2016
502016
Shape engineering of InP nanostructures by selective area epitaxy
N Wang, X Yuan, X Zhang, Q Gao, B Zhao, L Li, M Lockrey, HH Tan, ...
ACS nano 13 (6), 7261-7269, 2019
492019
Vertically emitting indium phosphide nanowire lasers
WZ Xu, FF Ren, D Jevtics, A Hurtado, L Li, Q Gao, J Ye, F Wang, ...
Nano Letters 18 (6), 3414-3420, 2018
382018
Single n+-i-n+ InP nanowires for highly sensitive terahertz detection
K Peng, P Parkinson, Q Gao, JL Boland, Z Li, F Wang, S Mokkapati, L Fu, ...
Nanotechnology 28 (12), 125202, 2017
332017
Radial growth evolution of InGaAs/InP multi-quantum-well nanowires grown by selective-area metal organic vapor-phase epitaxy
I Yang, X Zhang, C Zheng, Q Gao, Z Li, L Li, MN Lockrey, H Nguyen, ...
ACS nano 12 (10), 10374-10382, 2018
302018
Axial p‐n junction design and characterization for InP nanowire array solar cells
Q Gao, Z Li, L Li, K Vora, Z Li, A Alabadla, F Wang, Y Guo, K Peng, ...
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 27 (3), 237-244, 2019
292019
Reducing Zn diffusion in single axial junction InP nanowire solar cells for improved performance
Z Li, I Yang, L Li, Q Gao, JS Chong, Z Li, MN Lockrey, HH Tan, ...
Progress in Natural Science: Materials International 28 (2), 178-182, 2018
242018
In situ passivation of GaAsSb nanowires for enhanced infrared photoresponse
Z Li, X Yuan, Q Gao, I Yang, L Li, P Caroff, M Allen, J Allen, HH Tan, ...
Nanotechnology 31 (24), 244002, 2020
172020
Value and anisotropy of the electron and hole mass in pure wurtzite InP nanowires
D Tedeschi, M De Luca, A Granados del Aguila, Q Gao, G Ambrosio, ...
Nano Letters 16 (10), 6213-6221, 2016
172016
Enhancement of radiation tolerance in GaAs/AlGaAs core–shell and InP nanowires
F Li, X Xie, Q Gao, L Tan, Y Zhou, Q Yang, J Ma, L Fu, HH Tan, ...
Nanotechnology 29 (22), 225703, 2018
92018
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