Das Family Distinguished Career Development Assistant Professor
J.T. Shen received his PhD in Physics in 2003 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked on theoretical and computational investigations of electron-hole plasma, laser-gain profile, and metamaterials. Since 2003, Professor Shen worked at Stanford University in the Ginzton Laboratory, focusing on photon transport in nano-photonics, metamaterials, plasmonics, and thermal and energy transport in nano-structures.
Professor Shen's primary research interest is in exploiting device potential and new material concepts enabled by the capability of manipulating light at subwavelength scales.
Input-Output Formalism For Few-Photon Transport in One-Dimensional Nanophotonic Waveguides Coupled to a Qubit Physical Review A 82, 063821 (2010). Shanhui Fan, Sukru Ekin Kocabas, and Jung-Tsung Shen.
Exponential suppression of thermal conductance using coherent transport and heterostructures Physical Review B, Volume 82, 113105 (2010). Wah Tung Lau, Jung-Tsung Shen and Shanhui Fan.
Quantum critical coupling conditions for zero single-photon transmission through a coupled atom-resonator-waveguide system Physical Review A Volume 82, 021802(R) (Rapid Communication) (2010). Jung-Tsung Shen, and Shanhui Fan.
Full inversion of a two-level atom with a single-photon pulse in one-dimensional geometries Physical Review A Volume 82, 033804 (2010). Eden Rephaeli, Jung-Tsung Shen, and Shanhui Fan.
Transmission through a scalar wave three-dimensional electromagnetic metamaterial and the implication for polarization control. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Nanophotonics Special Issue. Volume 10, 1737 (2010). Jonghwa Shin, Jung-Tsung Shen, and Shanhui Fan.