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Grégoire Beaudoin is a CNRS research engineer in the POEM platform. He is the lead engineer for the MOCVD tools of the C2N, in charge of day-to-day operation of the tools and their maintance. He develops and optimizes growth processes for III-V and IV semiconductors for photonics, making full use of the C2N's extensive array of post-growth characterization facilities (FTIR, PL, XRD, HAADF-STEM, and EDX). His current research topics involve:

  • Complex heterostructures based on mature GaAs and InP technologies, mainly  GaAs-based vertical external-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VECSEls) and for Quantum Cascade Devices (QCL, QCD, QWIP) based on the InGaAs/InAlAs system on InP for the 5-12µm range.
  • Emerging materials for photonics, including GaP for nonlinear photonics and (Si)GeSn for CMOS-compatible NIR/MIR emitters and detectors.

He is the author and co-author of more than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and holds 2 patents. A full list of the projects he is currently involved in can be found on the webpage of the C2N MOCVD team, here.

Involved in  MOCVD for Photonics, POEM Platform


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