Michael H. Bartl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Physical and Materials Chemistry, Departments of Chemistry and Physics

Bartl Group

office: 801-585-1120
fax: 801-581-8433

bartl@chem.utah.edu

Mailing Address:
Henry Eyring Building 315 S 1400 E Rm 4402 HEB-S Salt Lake City, UT 84112 

The overall research theme of the Bartl Group is in the areas of Micro- and Nanophotonics—novel optical concepts that allow one to actively control and manipulate photons in revolutionary new ways. Such concepts are considered key components in future devices, such as all-optical integrated circuits and photonic chips. In particular, the group is interested in emerging photonic concepts such as photonic crystals, optical microcavities, single-photon sources, and bio-photonics. The Bartl Group employs state-of-the-art micro-spectroscopy techniques (sub-micron spatial and picosecond time-resolution) as well as optical and electron microscopy imaging to systematically study non-classical optical phenomena and manipulation of photons in specifically engineered electromagnetic environments.

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Last Updated: 3/14/13