Actual research project

My research is currently focused on 2 main areas:

1.Mass fabrication of high quality colloidal photonic crystals.

2.Inversion of colloidal photonic crystals with materials having useful optical properties, that can be used to produce all-optical and full-integratable photonic devices.


Contact

Work: Dept. of Chemistry
University of Toronto
Lash Miller Building
80, St. George Street
M5S3H6 Toronto , Canada
Office: Room LM 328
Fax : 416 971 2011
Email: swong@chem.utoronto.ca

Curriculum Vitae

  • Honors B. A. Sc.- Materials Chemistry Specialist University of Toronto (1998-2003) 

Awards and Grants

  • Richard Ivey Summer Research Fellowship (2002)
  • University of Toronto Open Fellowship (2003)

List of publications

  • Wong,S., Kitaev,V., Ozin, G.A. Colloidal Crystal Films: Advances in Universality and Perfection . Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003 Dec 17), 125(50), 15589-98.

  • Von Freymann, Georg; John, Sajeev; Schulz-Dobrick, Martin; Vekris, Evangellos; Tetreault, Nicolas; Wong, Sean; Kitaev, Vladimir; Ozin, Geoffrey A. Tungsten inverse opals: The influence of absorption
    on the photonic band structure in the visible spectral region.
    Applied Physics Letters (2004), 84(2), 224-226.
  • André Arsenault, Sébastien Fournier-Bidoz, Benjamin Hatton, Hernán Míguez, Nicolas Tétreault, Evangellos Vekris, Sean Wong, San Ming Yang, Vladimir Kitaev and Geoffrey A. Ozin. Towards the
    synthetic all-optical computer: science fiction or reality?
    Journal of Materials Chemistry (Advanced Article)

Other publications

  • "Depositing colloidal crystals to order". Materials today (Research News). January 2004. pp 10

 

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