James H Rice
James H Rice
Lecturer in Physics, University College Dublin
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InGaN quantum dots grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy employing a post-growth nitrogen anneal
RA Oliver, GAD Briggs, MJ Kappers, CJ Humphreys, S Yasin, JH Rice, ...
Applied Physics Letters 83 (4), 755-757, 2003
Nanoscale solid-state quantum computing
A Ardavan, M Austwick, SC Benjamin, GAD Briggs, TJS Denni s, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2003
Temporal variation in photoluminescence from single InGaN quantum dots
JH Rice, JW Robinson, A Jarjour, RA Taylor, RA Oliver, GAD Briggs, ...
Applied physics letters 84 (20), 4110-4112, 2004
Quantum-confined Stark effect in a single InGaN quantum dot under a lateral electric field
JW Robinson, JH Rice, KH Lee, JH Na, RA Taylor, DG Hasko, RA Oliver, ...
Applied Physics Letters 86 (21), 213103, 2005
Time-resolved dynamics in single InGaN quantum dots
JW Robinson, JH Rice, A Jarjour, JD Smith, RA Taylor, RA Oliver, ...
Applied physics letters 83 (13), 2674-2676, 2003
Quantum dot emission from site-controlled micropyramid arrays
PR Edwards, RW Martin, IM Watson, C Liu, RA Taylor, JH Rice, JH Na, ...
Applied Physics Letters 85 (19), 4281-4283, 2004
Photoreduction of SERS-active metallic nanostructures on chemically patterned ferroelectric crystals
NC Carville, M Manzo, S Damm, M Castiella, L Collins, D Denning, ...
ACS nano 6 (8), 7373-7380, 2012
Plasmon enhanced Raman from Ag nanopatterns made using periodically poled lithium niobate and periodically proton exchanged template methods
S Damm, NC Carville, BJ Rodriguez, M Manzo, K Gallo, JH Rice
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (50), 26543-26550, 2012
Photo-induced surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy from a diphenylalanine peptide nanotube-metal nanoparticle template
S Almohammed, F Zhang, BJ Rodriguez, JH Rice
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Beyond the diffraction limit: far-field fluorescence imaging with ultrahigh resolution
JH Rice
Molecular BioSystems 3 (11), 781-793, 2007
Effect of cavity architecture on the surface-enhanced emission from site-selective nanostructured cavity arrays
F Lordan, JH Rice, B Jose, RJ Forster, TE Keyes
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (2), 1784-1788, 2012
Submicrometer infrared surface imaging using a scanning-probe microscope and an optical parametric oscillator laser
GA Hill, JH Rice, SR Meech, DQM Craig, P Kuo, K Vodopyanov, ...
Optics letters 34 (4), 431-433, 2009
Surface enhanced luminescence and Raman scattering from ferroelectrically defined Ag nanopatterned arrays
S Damm, N Craig Carville, M Manzo, K Gallo, SG Lopez, TE Keyes, ...
Applied Physics Letters 103 (8), 083105, 2013
Biexciton and exciton dynamics in single InGaN quantum dots
JH Rice, JW Robinson, JH Na, KH Lee, RA Taylor, DP Williams, ...
Nanotechnology 16 (9), 1477, 2005
Wettability gradient-induced alignment of peptide nanotubes as templates for biosensing applications
S Almohammed, SO Oladapo, K Ryan, AL Kholkin, JH Rice, BJ Rodriguez
RSC advances 6 (48), 41809-41815, 2016
Site selective surface enhanced Raman on nanostructured cavities
F Lordan, JH Rice, B Jose, RJ Forster, TE Keyes
Applied Physics Letters 99 (3), 033104, 2011
Nanoscale optical imaging by atomic force infrared microscopy
JH Rice
Nanoscale 2 (5), 660-667, 2010
Plasmon enhanced fluorescence studies from aligned gold nanorod arrays modified with SiO2 spacer layers
S Damm, S Fedele, A Murphy, K Holsgrove, M Arredondo, R Pollard, ...
Applied Physics Letters 106 (18), 183109, 2015
Application of AAO matrix in aligned gold nanorod array substrates for surface-enhanced fluorescence and Raman scattering
S Damm, F Lordan, A Murphy, M McMillen, R Pollard, JH Rice
Plasmonics 9 (6), 1371-1376, 2014
Coupling a dendrimer and a fullerene chromophore: a study of excited state properties of C61 (poly (aryl) acetylene) 2
M Schwell, NK Wachter, JH Rice, JP Galaup, S Leach, R Taylor, ...
Chemical physics letters 339 (1-2), 29-35, 2001
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