photonics research papers-17

An Optics & Photonics Program: Buried
EJ Fjarlie ,ETOP 2007 Conference, SPIE, Ottawa, ON,(June, 2007 , 2007 ,
Abstract Buried in the Land Forces Technical Staff Program, a one-year program within
Applied Military Science, AMS, at the Royal Military College of Canada, is a set of 27
lectures in optics and photonics. The lectures, spread over 1½ months, are organized and 

Recent breakthrough in microwave photonics
 J Lloret, J Sancho, S Sales ,IEEE Photonics , 2011 ,
Abstract: We present a brief review of recent accomplishments in the field of Microwave
Photonics (MWP). Recent research across a broad range of MWP applications is
summarized, including photonic generation of microwave, millimeter, and Terahertz 

Structural and optical characterization of photonics structures prepared by nanoimprint technology
D Haško, J Kováca, A Šatkaa, M Držíka ,Proc. of SPIE , 2008 ,
ABSTRACT Nanoimprinting provides an alternative approach for production of highly
ordered arrays of nanostructures on a wafer scale cheaply and rapidly. Disposable master
technology is a promising method for creating large-area sub-wavelength photonic 

Application of flowable oxides in photonics
S Lis, R Dylewicz, J Mysliwiec ,Materials , 2008 ,
Polymer hydrogen silsesquioxane (HSQ) solution in methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK)
commercially known as FOx (flowable oxide) is an alternative material to silicon dioxide
obtained by chemical deposition. Standard process to obtain amorphous SiO2 film from 

Microwave photonics—From concepts to applications
D Jäger ,Proc. German Micron. Conf.( , 2005 ,
Abstract-Microwave photonics can be generally defined as the study of high-speed photonic
devices operating at microwave or millimeter wave frequencies and their use in microwave
or photonic systems. In this multidisciplinary field at the interface between microwave 

Active learning in optics and photonics: experiences in Africa
M Alarcon, E Arthurs, ZB Lakhdar, I Culaba ,2006 ,
Abstract The UNESCO Active Learning in Optics and Photonics project is designed for the
benefit of teachers of introductory university physics from developing countries. Initial
implementation has taken place in two African nations, Ghana and Tunisia. The training 

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