We are living on simple (actually not, but conceptualised) things to which every individual detail is averaged by the macroscopic way. I want to look into the small details until it becomes simple again showing distinguished interactions ruled by quantum physics. Particularly, what interests me is the system which is in reality clustered (mesoscopic) but works effectively in microscopic way imitating an one-body quantum player (single atom). Do you believe charming jewelries are one of those kinds?
Jewelries (mostly crystallised) are loved because of transparency and clean surface from which light is reflected so that it is brought from star-lights. What attracts me is, however, something inside. I saw some diamonds in London Science Museum, emitting colourful and roaring lights from inside under UV irradiations. Precious things are not only of appearance but of inside, which are donor states in pure crystal silicon. They keep long-living quantum spins.
I've heard the music of electromagnetic fields, and drops of photons in my past research group in Korea. At UCL, It would be great for me to be a conductor of the orchestra harmonised by every key physical player; photon, and spin in silicon.
Korean men are not funniest because everything of their talks tends to be submerged to their past experiences of military service and the soccer played while in the service. Every such story sounds same regardless of individual speakers.
Efficient single photon source based on µ-fibre-coupled tunable microcavity Chang-Min Lee*, Hee-Jin Lee*, Christian Schneider, Sebastian Maier, Sven Höfling, Martin Kamp, Yong-Hee Lee, *These authors contributed equally to this work. Scientific Reports 5 (2015) 14309
Dual-rail nanobeam microfiber-coupled resonator Hee-Jin Lim, Chang-Min Lee, Byeong-Hyeon Ahn, Yong-Hee Lee Optics Express 21 (2013) 6724
Microfibre-microcavity system for efficient single photon collection
Chang-Min Lee, Hee-Jin Lee, Mireu Lee, Christian Schneider, Sebastian Maier, Sven Höfling, Martin Kamp, Yong-Hee Lee
Optics Express 24 (2016) 23471
Direct fiber-coupled single photon source based on a photonic crystal waveguide Byeong-Hyeon Ahn, Chang-Min Lee, Hee-Jin Lim, Thomas W. Schlereth, Martin Kamp, Sven Höfling, Yong-Hee Lee Applied Physics Letters (2015) 107 081113
Plasmonic nano-comb structures for efficient large-area second harmonic generation Hongchul Sim, Hee-Jin Lim, Jung-Hwan Song, Myung-Ki Kim, Yong-Hee Lee Optics Express 22 (2014) 17116
Efficient photon collection from reconfigurable photonic crystal slab resonator operating at short wavelengths Indra Karnadi, Ju-Young Kim, Byeong-Hyeon Ahn, Hee-Jin Lim, Yong-Hee Lee Journal of Optical Society of America B 29 (2012) 2669
Optical recoil of asymmetric nano-optical antenna Jung-Hwan Song, Jonghwa Shin, Hee-Jin Lim, Yong-Hee Lee Optics Express 19 (2011) 14929