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Mapping momentum-dependent electron-phonon coupling and nonequilibrium phonon dynamics with ultrafast electron diffuse scattering
MJ Stern, LPR de Cotret, MR Otto, RP Chatelain, JP Boisvert, M Sutton, ...
Physical Review B 97 (16), 165416, 2018
932018
How optical excitation controls the structure and properties of vanadium dioxide
MR Otto, LP René de Cotret, DA Valverde-Chavez, KL Tiwari, N Émond, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (2), 450-455, 2019
842019
Probing the strongly driven spin-boson model in a superconducting quantum circuit
L Magazzù, P Forn-Díaz, R Belyansky, JL Orgiazzi, MA Yurtalan, MR Otto, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-8, 2018
802018
Solving the jitter problem in microwave compressed ultrafast electron diffraction instruments: Robust sub-50 fs cavity-laser phase stabilization
MR Otto, LP René de Cotret, MJ Stern, BJ Siwick
Structural Dynamics 4 (5), 051101, 2017
492017
Time-and momentum-resolved phonon population dynamics with ultrafast electron diffuse scattering
LPR de Cotret, JH Pöhls, MJ Stern, MR Otto, M Sutton, BJ Siwick
Physical Review B 100 (21), 214115, 2019
332019
An analysis method for transmission measurements of superconducting resonators with applications to quantum-regime dielectric-loss measurements
C Deng, M Otto, A Lupascu
Journal of Applied Physics 114 (5), 054504, 2013
272013
Mechanisms of electron-phonon coupling unraveled in momentum and time: The case of soft phonons in TiSe2
MR Otto, JH Pöhls, LP René de Cotret, MJ Stern, M Sutton, BJ Siwick
Science Advances 7 (20), eabf2810, 2021
232021
Tracking ultrafast solid-state dynamics using high harmonic spectroscopy
MR Bionta, E Haddad, A Leblanc, V Gruson, P Lassonde, H Ibrahim, ...
Physical Review Research 3 (2), 023250, 2021
182021
Characterization of low-temperature microwave loss of thin aluminum oxide formed by plasma oxidation
C Deng, M Otto, A Lupascu
Applied Physics Letters 104 (4), 043506, 2014
132014
An open-source software ecosystem for the interactive exploration of ultrafast electron scattering data
LP René de Cotret, MR Otto, MJ Stern, BJ Siwick
Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 4 (1), 1-11, 2018
122018
Direct visualization of polaron formation in the thermoelectric SnSe
LP René de Cotret, MR Otto, JH Pöhls, Z Luo, MG Kanatzidis, BJ Siwick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (3), e2113967119, 2022
102022
Superharmonic resonances in a strongly coupled cavity-atom system
E Buks, C Deng, JLFX Orgazzi, M Otto, A Lupascu
Physical Review A 94 (3), 033807, 2016
82016
Ultrafast signatures of exciton-phonon coupling in TiSe2
MR Otto, JH Pöhls, LPR de Cotret, MJ Stern, M Sutton, BJ Siwick
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.03559 7, 68, 2019
42019
Driving-induced resonance narrowing in a strongly coupled cavity-qubit system
E Buks, P Brookes, E Ginossar, C Deng, JLFX Orgiazzi, M Otto, ...
Physical Review A 102 (4), 043716, 2020
32020
Low-temperature characterization of dielectric loss at microwave frequencies in aluminum oxide
M Otto
University of Waterloo, 2015
22015
Direct View of Phonon Dynamics in Atomically Thin MoS2
TL Britt, Q Li, LP René de Cotret, N Olsen, M Otto, SA Hassan, ...
Nano Letters, 2022
12022
Ultrafast phonon dynamics in atomically thin MoS2 visualized in momentum and time
TL Britt, Q Li, LR de Cotret, M Otto, AS Hassan, F Caruso, M Zacharias, ...
International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, Th2B. 3, 2022
2022
Robust and precise synchronization of microwave oscillators to a laser oscillator in pulsed electron beam devices
M Otto, B Siwick
US Patent 11,387,070, 2022
2022
Ultrafast Electron Diffraction: Visualizing Dynamic States of Matter
D Filippetto, P Musumeci, R Li, BJ Siwick, M Otto, MCJP Nunes
arXiv preprint arXiv:2207.00080, 2022
2022
Ultrafast Electron Scattering: Femtosecond Electron Pulses in Materials Research
LPR de Cotret, MR Otto, JH Pohls, T Britt, MJ Stern, M Sutton, BJ Siwick
2021 34th International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference (IVNC), 1-2, 2021
2021
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