Scott Crooker
Scott Crooker
National High Magnetic Field Lab - Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Electrical detection of spin transport in lateral ferromagnet–semiconductor devices
X Lou, C Adelmann, SA Crooker, ES Garlid, J Zhang, KSM Reddy, ...
Nature Physics 3 (3), 197-202, 2007
8982007
Spectrally resolved dynamics of energy transfer in quantum-dot assemblies: Towards engineered energy flows in artificial materials
SA Crooker, JA Hollingsworth, S Tretiak, VI Klimov
Physical Review Letters 89 (18), 186802, 2002
7522002
Multiple temperature regimes of radiative decay in CdSe nanocrystal quantum dots: Intrinsic limits to the dark-exciton lifetime
SA Crooker, T Barrick, JA Hollingsworth, VI Klimov
Applied Physics Letters 82 (17), 2793-2795, 2003
4202003
Imaging spin transport in lateral ferromagnet/semiconductor structures
SA Crooker, M Furis, X Lou, C Adelmann, DL Smith, CJ Palmstrøm, ...
Science 309 (5744), 2191-2195, 2005
4102005
Optical spin resonance and transverse spin relaxation in magnetic semiconductor quantum wells
SA Crooker, DD Awschalom, JJ Baumberg, F Flack, N Samarth
Physical Review B 56 (12), 7574, 1997
4001997
Breakdown of volume scaling in Auger recombination in CdSe/CdS heteronanocrystals: the role of the core− shell interface
F García-Santamaría, S Brovelli, R Viswanatha, JA Hollingsworth, ...
Nano letters 11 (2), 687-693, 2011
2882011
Scaling law for excitons in 2D perovskite quantum wells
JC Blancon, AV Stier, H Tsai, W Nie, CC Stoumpos, B Traore, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
2792018
Handbook of spin transport and magnetism
EY Tsymbal, I Zutic
CRC press, 2011
2562011
Terahertz spin precession and coherent transfer of angular momenta in magnetic quantum wells
SA Crooker, JJ Baumberg, F Flack, N Samarth, DD Awschalom
Physical review letters 77 (13), 2814, 1996
2511996
Electrical detection of spin accumulation at a ferromagnet-semiconductor interface
X Lou, C Adelmann, M Furis, SA Crooker, CJ Palmstrøm, PA Crowell
Physical review letters 96 (17), 176603, 2006
2482006
Picosecond energy transfer in quantum dot Langmuir− Blodgett nanoassemblies
M Achermann, MA Petruska, SA Crooker, VI Klimov
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 107 (50), 13782-13787, 2003
2422003
Long-lived nanosecond spin relaxation and spin coherence of electrons in monolayer MoS2 and WS2
L Yang, NA Sinitsyn, W Chen, J Yuan, J Zhang, J Lou, SA Crooker
Nature Physics 11 (10), 830-834, 2015
2342015
Spectroscopy of spontaneous spin noise as a probe of spin dynamics and magnetic resonance
SA Crooker, DG Rickel, AV Balatsky, DL Smith
Nature 431 (7004), 49-52, 2004
2342004
Nano-engineered electron–hole exchange interaction controls exciton dynamics in core–shell semiconductor nanocrystals
S Brovelli, RD Schaller, SA Crooker, F García-Santamaría, Y Chen, ...
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-8, 2011
2322011
Tunable magnetic exchange interactions in manganese-doped inverted core–shell ZnSe–CdSe nanocrystals
DA Bussian, SA Crooker, M Yin, M Brynda, AL Efros, VI Klimov
Nature Materials 8 (1), 35-40, 2009
2302009
Imaging spin flows in semiconductors subject to electric, magnetic, and strain fields
SA Crooker, DL Smith
Physical review letters 94 (23), 236601, 2005
2222005
Exciton diamagnetic shifts and valley Zeeman effects in monolayer WS 2 and MoS 2 to 65 Tesla
AV Stier, KM McCreary, BT Jonker, J Kono, SA Crooker
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
2082016
Copper-doped inverted core/shell nanocrystals with “permanent” optically active holes
R Viswanatha, S Brovelli, A Pandey, SA Crooker, VI Klimov
Nano letters 11 (11), 4753-4758, 2011
1542011
Spin noise of electrons and holes in self-assembled quantum dots
SA Crooker, J Brandt, C Sandfort, A Greilich, DR Yakovlev, D Reuter, ...
Physical review letters 104 (3), 036601, 2010
1542010
Probing the Influence of Dielectric Environment on Excitons in Monolayer WSe2: Insight from High Magnetic Fields
AV Stier, NP Wilson, G Clark, X Xu, SA Crooker
Nano letters 16 (11), 7054-7060, 2016
1532016
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