photonics research papers 72

Manycore Processor Networks with Monolithic Integrated CMOS Photonics
V Stojanovica, A Joshia, C Battena ,Optical Society of ,
Abstract: This paper presents an overview of advances in highly-integrated photonic
networks for emerging manycore processors. It explores the tight interaction among logical
and physical implementations of all-to-all core-to-core and core-to-DRAM networks, and 

Analog-digital photonics 3D irradiance mapping
N Riza ,
Knowing the power distribution in a light beam is critical to proper design of optical systems.
Accordingly, the optical sources and lasers community is constantly challenged to provide
robust imaging solutions for a variety of optical sources and the irradiance (or optical- 

Silicon photonics: optical modulators
GT Reed, FY Gardes, Y Hu, D Thomson ,Proceedings of , 2010 ,
ABSTRACT Silicon Photonics has the potential to revolutionise a whole raft of application
areas. Currently, the main focus is on various forms of optical interconnects as this is a near
term bottleneck for the computing industry, and hence a number of companies have also 

Design and Characterization of Functionally Graded Photonics Polymer Materials
Y Koike, E Nihei ,
1. Introduction Considerable research activity lately has been focused on the development
of the optical component and devices that have the capability to support the high-speed
telecommunication. Silica base single mode optical fiber has been widely utilized in the 

Progress Through Photonics
W Reeb ,PHYSIK JOURNAL, 2006 ,
With the help of pulsed laser diodes and avalanche photo diodes distances can be
measured precisely, quickly, and without contact for a range of optoelectronic applications.
Depending on the system performance und life time requirements, the emitter side 

Post-secondary Photonics Lab: Simplified Portrait Holography
WR Brohinsky ,
Teaching photonics is greatly enlivened by demonstrations of practical holography. One of
the more impressive varieties of display holography is the portrait hologram. However, the
large number of complicated, time-consuming steps required to produce traditional portrait 

Photonics in India
B Pal ,Nature Photonics, 2011 ,
India has long been active in the field of photonics, dating back to famous scientists such as
Raman and Bose. Today, India is home to numerous research groups and
telecommunications companies that own a sizeable amount of the fibre-optic links 

Photonics, Devices, and Systems IV
P Tománek, D Senderáková ,Society of Photo-Optical , 2008 ,
This volume contains a selection of 89 papers from 135 contributions presented during the
sixth Photonics Prague 2008 conference dedicated to the development of photonics
particularly in the Eastern European countries, with special highlights on systems and 

AAS education programs for photonics technicians
LS Pedrotti, S Roychoudhuri , in Optics and Photonics: 28- , 2000 ,
ABSTRACT Photonics is a critical enabling technology for the 21st century and photonics
technicians are an integral part of the supporting workforce. This paper outlines a two-year
AAS education program designed to produce competent photonics technicians who can ( 

Photonics Laboratory Proposal
NK Kish ,
James Mason, of Oklahoma State University, needs a way to determine if pollutants are
leeching into water supplies. The instrument to measure the pollutants must be safe and
relatively easy to use, since university students will be conducting the study as part of a 

Optics, Information and Photonics
W Helwig ,
In quantum cryptography, photons are often considered as information carriers. In most
cases, it is assumed that a photon can be described as a quantum mechanical two-level
system, with the two levels being two orthogonal polarizations. However, a real photon 

Device and Process Technologies for Microelectronics, MEMS, Photonics, and Nanotechnology IV
HH Tan, JC Chiao, L Faraone ,Society of Photo- , 2007 ,
The papers included in this volume were part of the technical conference cited on the cover
and title page. Papers were selected and subject to review by the editors and conference
program committee. Some conference presentations may not be available for publication. 

DMS as spin-photonics materials
H Munekata ,
Twenty years has passed since the pioneering experiment of doping III-V compound
semiconductors with a large amount of magnetic ions [1]. With the spintronics research,
works on crystal growth and physical properties of III-V-based ferromagnetic 

Enlarging the scope of possibility in nonlinear silicon photonics
K Tsia ,
The mushrooming of silicon photonics over the past decade has proved it to be one of the
most active disciplines within the field of integrated optics. The rapid pace of progress is
made possible, in particular, by exploiting nonlinear optical effects in silicon. This 

Integrated Photonics in a Silicon CMOS Technology
D Guckenberger, A Narasimha, B Analui ,integration ,
Abstract A library of photonic components integrated in a silicon CMOS technology is
presented. The co-fabrication of these components with transistors results in an
unprecedented level of integration and allows many applications to be addressed that 

Integrated Optics, Silicon Photonics, and Photonic Integrated Circuits
PI Circuits ,3–7 April 2006 Palais de la Musique et des Congres, ,
E. Lee, Inha Univ.(South Korea)(This paper is being submitted for consideration for an
Invited Talk at the SPIE Photonics Europe, Strasbourg, France, 3-7 April, 2006) We present,
in the form of review and overview, the collective results of our study conducted at the 

A Brief Survey of Computational Photonics
  RD Meade ,2007 ,
In chapters?? and??, we presented the equations of classical electromagnetism, and
derived some of the general properties of the solutions based on symmetry and linear
algebra. In the chapters that followed, we relied on a wide array of numerical solutions of 

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