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|Contributions||Keiichi Nashimoto (Editor), Ruth Pachter (Editor), Bruce W. Wessels (Editor), Joseph Shmulovich (Editor), Alex K-Y Jen (Editor), Keith Lewis (Editor), Richard Sutherland (Editor), Joseph W. Perry (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
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Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked - of this collection of papers from two Boston symposia, 'Thin Films for Optical Waveguide Devices' and 'Materials for Optical Limiting III,' which provided a multidisciplinary discussion of the science and technology of optical materials and devices for material scientists, chemists and physicists.
~SP28~ Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Luminescent Waveguide Materials and Devices Format: Paperback. Thin Films for Optical Waveguide Devices and Materials for Optical Limiting Editors: Keiichi Nashimoto, Ruth Pachter, Bruce W. Wessels, Joseph Shmulovich, Alex K-Y.
Jen, Keith Lewis, Richard Sutherland and Joseph W. PerryFile Size: KB. This book, first published inprovides a multidisciplinary discussion of the science and technology of optical materials and devices for materials scientists, chemists, and physicists. Symposium Z, Thin Films for Optical Waveguide Devices, covers materials properties, thin-film processing and optical waveguide device integration.
The development of optical thin films for waveguide applications will enable a variety of new and highly useful optoelectronic functions. Many difficulties must be overcome, however, before optical films can be used in photonics applications. Properties such as polycrystallinity, surface topography, and refractive‐index homogeneity can affect the performance of optical thin film waveguides Cited by: A compact, blue laser source of a few milliwatts power capable of lasting thousands of hours is of great interest as applied to optical data storage and xerography.
Ferroelectric-oxide thin films offer several potential advantages over bulk materials for optical waveguides, though no electroceramic thin-film devices have replaced bulk devices yet.
Thin film optical waveguide and optoelectronic device integration for fully embedded board level optical interconnects. Thin film optical waveguide and optoelectronic device integration for fully embedded board level optical interconnects. Li Wang, Jinho Choi, Xiaolong Wang, and Ray T.
Chen University of Texas at Austin, Burnet Road, Bldg, Austin, TX, David Hass* and Jerry. Complex materials with plasmonic effects for optical thin film applications 6.
Scattering properties of random structures in thin films 7. Optical properties of thin film materials at short wavelengths 8. Controlling thermal radiation from surfaces 9. Color in Optical Coatings. Part 3: Novel materials for optical thin films and coatings The book bridges the gap between fundamental physics courses (such as optics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics and solid state physics) and highly specialized literature on the spectroscopy, design, and application of optical thin film coatings.
Basic knowledge from the above-mentioned courses is therefore : Springer International Publishing. Currently, thin and compact bulk materials such as ferrite chips are widely used as the major components of electronic equipment with thin-film devices offering the potential for further cost and volume reductions.
Thin-film applications in solid-state inductive components and devices and in magnetic MEMS are summarized in this chapter. The coating usually consists of one or moreethinfilmsof thin films of material with composition and thickness chosen to give the correct optical properties through a mixture of interference and the natural optical properties of the materials.
Macleod ‐Thin Film Optics 4File Size: 2MB. The deposition of materials on a substrate may be classified into two main types namely physical vapour deposition (PVD) and chemical vapour deposition (CVD) techniques. A special feature in the context of thin‐film fabrication is the emerging pulsed laser deposition (PLD) technique, which is ideally suited for optical quality film deposition.
It spans the field of optical devices, electronic materials, sensors and actuators, biomaterials, and organic polymers. Every scientist, technologist and development engineer who has a need to grow and pattern, to apply and use thin film materials will regard this book as a.
Light will be guided in any transparent dielectric material surrounded by a dielectric of lower refractive index. Thus the simplest thin film waveguide geometry, and hence the most studied, is obtained by depositing a coating on a transparent substrate of lower index than the coating.
Yeatman E.M. () Thin-Film Optical Waveguides. In Cited by: of Optical Behavior • Thin films of materials with different optical properties can enhance the desired effects of a surface.
– For a single layer anti‐ reflective coating: • nmedium/ncoating = ncoating / nsubstrate • n coating = substrate ^ since nmedium =1 forvacuum/air – Can be further optimized by adjusting layer Size: 7MB. "The greatest value of Optical Diagnostics for Thin Film Processing is a comprehensive reference text.
I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to seriously delve into the field of thin film optical diagnostics or wants a single source book of well-organized and very high-density information on this subject."Cited by: Pulsed Laser Deposition.
PLD, namely thin film deposition by laser ablation from a target material, is a technique in use since the end of the s, which proved to be effective for depositing high-quality optical films.
5 PLD has a high potential to produce complex high-quality glassy films for integrated optical applications. Its main advantages over other deposition methods are the Cited by: Nonlinear optical materials play an important role in optical limiting systems.
Depending on the nature of the nonlinearity, the nonlinear optical medium can be divided into two categories [6, 12, 13]. One is energy-spreading type optical limiting, including self-focusing, self-defocusing, induced aberration, nonlinear refraction, and nonlinear scattering.
This book is a good introduction for novices in the field and a valuable resource handbook for those with experience. The primary audience includes: academic and industrial researchers, scientists, technicians and engineers inthin film processing, spectroscopy, optical diagnostics, electrical engineering, materials science, and condensed matter physics.
We demonstrate amorphous and polycrystalline anatase TiO2 thin films and submicrometer-wide waveguides with promising optical properties for microphotonic devices. We deposit both amorphous and polycrystalline anatase TiO2 using reactive sputtering and define waveguides using electron-beam lithography and reactive ion etching.
For the amorphous TiO2, we obtain propagation losses of ±. Abstract: Optical waveguide lightmode spectroscopy (OWLS) is usually applied as a biosensor system to the sorption-desorption of proteins to waveguide surfaces.
Here, we show that OWLS can be used to monitor the quality of oxide thin film materials and of coatings of pulsed laser deposition synthesized CdSe quantum dots (QDs) intended forCited by: 6. This book describes fully embedded board level optical interconnect in detail including the fabrication of the thin-film VCSEL array, its characterization, thermal management, the fabrication of optical interconnection layer, and the integration of devices on a flexible waveguide film.
All the optical components are buried within electrical PCB layers in a fully embedded board level optical.
A slab dielectric waveguide that (a) consists of multilayered thin films of material of different optical characteristics, (b) uses lower refractive-index material on the outside to serve as the substrate as well as the cladding, (c) is capable of guiding transmitted light in single mode, and (d) usually is used as a component in optical integrated circuits (OICs).
During the last many decades the methods of forming thin films materials have increased significantly. In general, thin film is a small thickness that produces by physical vapour deposition (PVD Author: Dler Jameel.
Edited by major contributors to the field, this text summarizes current or newly emerging pulsed laser deposition application areas. It spans the field of optical devices, electronic materials, sensors and actuators, biomaterials, and organic polymers.
Every scientist, technologist and development engineer who has a need to grow and pattern, to apply and use thin film materials will regard. Thin‐film optical systems are a recent outgrowth of integrated optics technology particularly concerned with the fabrication of one‐dimensional optical systems in optical waveguides.
Several ways of making thin‐film lenses have been reported from which we have selected the step‐in‐thickness type for further development. This type of thin‐film lens can be fabricated by plasma Cited by: 4.
Single-phase, polycrystalline ErxY2-xSiO5 thin films were deposited by reactive ion-beam sputter deposition and rapid thermal annealing. Due to the crystalline nature, the silicate thin films provide peak Er3+ emission cross-section of ± × 10−20 cm2 that is higher than that in silica.
Optical gain, with near 60% inversion, is achieved via optical pumping of a single-mode, ridge. Magneto-Optical Thin Films for On-Chip Monolithic Integration of Non-Reciprocal Photonic Devices Lei Bi 1,*, Juejun Hu 2, Peng Jiang 3,†, Hyun Suk Kim 3,††, Dong Hun Kim 3, Mehmet Cengiz Onbasli 3, Gerald F.
Dionne 3 and Caroline A. Ross 3 1 State Key Laboratory of Electronic Thin Films and Integrated Devices, University of ElectronicCited by: Semiconductor optical waveguide devices modulated by surface acoustic waves.
The proportionality constant a p is dependent on the materials elasto-optical properties as well as on the overlap between the optical and Shubert R and Harris J H Optical surface waves on thin films and their application to integrated data Cited by: 2.
TECHNICAL PAPER Reflectance in Thin Films Abstract Reflectance (R) is the fraction of incident light reflected from a surface and is an intrinsic optical property of thin films.
It is essential in determining color, transparency and polarization characteristics of the Size: 2MB. In thin film characterization and design practice, numerous dispersion models exist that may be used for reliable modelling of the optical constants of dielectric films, regardless of whether they Author: Olaf Stenzel.
Title: Thin-Film Resonance Supporting Coatings Deposited onto Optical Waveguides Towards the Fabrication of Sensing Devices VOLUME: 4 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):Carlos R. Zamarreno, Miguel Hernaez, Ignacio Del Villar, Ignacio R. Matias and Francisco J. Arregui Affiliation:Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department; Public University of Navarre.
Pamplona (NA), by: 4. Thin film materials are the key elements of continued technological advances made in the fields of optoelectronic, photonic and magnetic devices.
The processing of materials into thin films allows easy integration into various types of devices. The properties of material significantly differ when analyzed in the form of thin by: 4.
For intra-device interconnection, polymer optical waveguides are thought to be better since they enable denser and multi-level interconnection structures readily ). We have recently developed photosensitive optical waveguide film materials for high-speed optical interconnection8). In this paper, we describe the current state of our.
Get this from a library. Optical characterization of thin solid films. [O Stenzel; Miloslav Ohlídal;] -- This book is an up-to-date survey of the major optical characterization techniques for thin solid films.
Emphasis is placed on practicability of the various approaches. Relevant fundamentals are. Accuracy of thin film optical constant determination using a colour coordinates method T.
Pencheva and M. Nenkov Optical inhomogeneity of RF-sputtered BaTiO3 thin films T. Pencheva and M. Nenkov Optical and dielectric properties of A1N thin films deposited by DC reactive magnetron sputtering D. Manova, V. Dimitrova and E. Valcheva. The optical waveguide circuits with 45° micro-mirror couplers are fabricated on a thin flexible polymeric substrate by soft molding.
45° micro-mirrors on waveguide array for fully embedded board level optical interconnections are investigated both theoretically and by: 4.
Week 1 Theory of Waveguides: Ray-Optics Approach Week 2 Theory of Waveguides: Electromagnetic-Wave Approach Week 3 Theory of Waveguides: Modes in Rectangular Waveguides, Losses in Waveguides Week 4 Theory of waveguides: Waveguide coupling Week 5 Optical sources and detectors Week 6 Intensity modulation sensors Week 7 Interferometric sensors.
Optical waveguides are the key elements of photonic devices that perform guiding, coupling, switching, splitting, multiplexing and demultiplexing of optical signals. Passive waveguides, electrooptic components, transmitters, receivers, and driving electronics can be integrated into one chip using planar technology, similar to microelectronics.
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed the thinnest optical device in the world–a waveguide that is three layers of atoms thin. The work is a proof of concept for scaling down optical devices to sizes that are orders of magnitude smaller than today’s devices.
This paper has demonstrated, for the first time, electrostatically actuated end-coupled optical waveguide MEMS devices made of InP-based materials. Optical 1 × 2 switches with low-voltage operation (Cited by:. In the proposed research non-linear optical waveguide devices will be developed.
Of particular interest are ultra-wideband thin film electro-optic modulators. This work builds on the recent demonstration of thin film ferroelectrics with electro-optic coefficients of more than an order of magnitude greater than lithium niobate, the current standard.The book is intended to bridge the gap between fundamental physics courses (such as optics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics and solid state physics) and highly specialized literature on the spectroscopy, design, and application of optical thin film coatings.
Basic knowledge from the above-mentioned courses is therefore : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.Atomic Layer Deposition for optical applications: metal fluoride thin films and novel devices Tero Pilvi Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry Department of Chemistry Faculty of Science University of Helsinki Finland Academic Dissertation To be presented, with the permission of the Faculty of the Science of the.