Ross Cheriton

 

Roles and responsibilities

Postdoctoral researcher.  Simulation, design, experimental characterization of integrated photonics for astronomy and space technologies.

Current research and/or projects

Development of chip-scale, ultra-compact, correlation spectrometers for remote sensing of atmospheric gases for Earth and astronomy.

Research and/or project statements

Development of novel integrated photonic remote spectrometers and Integrated photonics simulation tools

Education

English: B.Sc. (Hons.) Science with specialization in Physics, University of Ottawa, 2009

M.Sc. Quantum Physics, University of Ottawa, 2012

PhD Semiconductor Physics, University of Ottawa, 2018

Professional activities/interests

-Supervise students research

-Publish papers

-Contribute to writing research proposals

-Provide 3D modelling workshops

Affiliations

SPIE, IEEE, Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP)

Awards

-Ontario Graduate Scholarship

- SPIE Elevator Pitch winner

-Ontario Centres for Excellence Talentedge Internship

-NRC postdoctoral research fellowship

Previous work experience

June, 2008 — Dec, 2009

National Research Council of Canada

Visiting Researcher

  • Determination of semiconductor band parameters using genetic algorithm
  • Simulation of electrostatic quantum dots using gate electric field profiles
  • Double quantum dot simulations
     
    June, 2009 — Dec, 2012
    National Research Council of Canada
    Visiting Researcher
  • Spectroscopy of entangled photon sources under electric fields
  • Fabrication and characterization of InP single quantum dots
     
    June, 2016 — Dec, 2017
    iBionics Inc.
    Prototyping Engineer
  • Research and Development for epiretinal implant
     
    June, 2018 — Sept, 2018
    University of Ottawa
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Research in photovoltaics
  • Research in wireless laser-based power and data for epiretinal implants
     
    Sept, 2018 —
    National Research Council of Canada
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Simulation of integrated photonic correlation spectrometers

Characterization of integrated photonic correlation spectrometers

International experience and/or work

2010, 2011

Grenoble, France

  • High magnetic field characterization of single quantum dots
Ross Cheriton

Ross Cheriton

Assistant Research Officer
Advanced Electronics and Photonics
1200 Montreal Road
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6
Preferred language: English
Other(s): English, French
Telephone: 613-993-2448

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Expertise

Energy, Renewables - Solar Energy, Environment, Sustainability, Energy, Materials, Materials for Energy Technologies, Microscopy, Nanomaterials, Materials technology, Implants, Scientific equipment, Quantum, Quantum communication components and networks, Quantum computing components and design, Advanced photonics sensing, Molecular spectroscopy, Health, Assistive Technologies, Biomedical Mechatronics, Sciences, Space sciences, Astronomy, Observational astronomy, Space technology, Earth Sciences, Earth Observation, Remote Sensing, Metrology, Photometry and Radiometry, Physics, Radiation detection, Scientific research, Technology, Information Technology, Photonic Devices, Modelling Software, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology, Photonics, Computer programming, Simulation, Semiconductors, Data processing, Computer Vision, Processing, Epitaxy, Software development, Software, Microelectronics, Nanotechnology, Prototyping