photonics research papers 81

Photonics in Dermatology and Plastic Surgery.. 2 7161B: Urology: Diagnostics, Therapeutics, Robotics, Minimally Invasive, and Photodynamic
PT XVIII ,Medicine ,
Surface Plasmon resonance (SPR) is a promising technology in chemical and biology
sensing. In a SPR sensor, a glass slide is coated with a metal film, whose thickness, density
and dielectric constant deadly affect the measurement sensitivity and precision in 

Micro Solid-State Photonics
The artistic optical devices should be compact, reliable, efficient and high power light
sources. With the approaches of domain structures and boundaries engineering, it is
possible to bring the new interaction in their coherent radiation. The highbrightness nature 

Quantum and Photonics Devices-How Small Is Small enough?-
K Iga ,
Abstract Nano-and ITtechnologies will be keeping its position in research and development
for the coming at least 10 years. There would still be a lot of opportunities to meet really
novel devices covering full spectral operating ranges, temperature insensitive operation, 

On some spectral problems arising in photonics and waveguide theory
Multi-scale problems: modelling, analysis and applications University of Bath September
12 – 14 2005 On some spectral problems arising in photonics and waveguide theory Peter
Kuchment Mathematics Department Texas A&M University College Station, TX 

Nanomaterial Synthesis and Integration for Sensors, Electronics,Photonics, and Electro-Optics
ZL Wang  Photonics for Applications in Industry, Life Sciences, , 1869 ,
D. Fan, FQ Zhu, RC Cammarata, C. Chein, Johns Hopkins Univ. Nanowires are potential
building blocks for a variety of nanoscale devices, including those integrating
nanophotonics, MEMS, and other sensors. Using AC electric fields applied to strategically 

 Photonics in Dermatology and Plastic Surgery
S Chen, M Tsai, C Tsai, Y Liao ,Technical Summaries ,
Skin aging, including intrinsic aging (chronologicalaging) and extrinsic aging (photoaging),
is one of the most common concerns in dermatology. It not only leads to changes of skin
appearances but can also cause serious skin diseases like skin cancers. To study skin 

International Photonics Training: a Case Study
D Sporea, N Massa, J Donnelly , in Optics and Photonics, 2007 ,
Abstract: From 2004, the Center for Science Education and Training (CSET) participated to
the European Unionfunded educational network” Hands-on Science”. The aim of the
Romanian team was to transform teachers and students from end-users of educational 

Bismide-nitride alloys-promising candidates for near-and mid-infrared photonics
S Jin ,
Page 1. Location and date SR Jin 19 July 2010 S Jin 19 July 2011 Bismide-nitride alloys
promising candidates for near- and mid-infrared photonics Shirong Jin and Stephen Sweeney
Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH, UK Page 2. 

Application of slow and fast light effects to microwave photonics

ABSTRACT: We present a comprehensive review of the application of slow and fast light
techniques to the field of microwave photonics. Basic principles leading to the
implementation of key desired functionalities as tunable microwave phase shifting and 

In Optical Amplifiers and Their Applications OSA Trends in Optics and Photonics, vol. 60, 2001.
ES Björlin, J Piprek, S Gee, YJ Chiu, JE Bowers ,
Abstract: The switching/modulation properties of a vertical-cavity semiconductor optical
amplifier (VCSOA) are investigated. We report on maximum extinction ratio, carrier
recombination lifetime, and modulation bandwidth of an optically pumped VCSOA 

New Class Materials of Organic–Inorganic Hybridized Nanocrystals/Nanoparticles, and Their Assembled Micro-and Nano-Structure Toward Photonics
H Oikawa, T Onodera, A Masuhara, H Kasai ,Polymer Materials, 2010 ,Springer
A p-conjugated organic and polymer nanocrystal (NC) is an intermediate state between a
single molecule and the corresponding bulk crystals, the size of which is usually in the range
of several tens of nanometers to sub-micrometer. According to the development of so- 

Computational Methods for Electromagnetics (and Photonics)
S He ,
RCS (Radar cross section) is the unit of measure of how detectable an object is with a radar.
For example, a stealth aircraft (which is designed to be undetectable) will have design
features that give it a low RCS, as opposed to a passenger airliner that will have a high 

Silicon Photonics—Recent Advances in Device Development
AP Knights, JK Doylend , and Photonics, 2008 ,
634 Chapter 30 circuit and its importance was recognized by the award of a Nobel Prize to
Kilby in 2000. In the subsequent almost five decades, the microelectronics industry
witnessed a miraculous reduction in individual device size, and hence increases in chip 

Advances in Photonics of Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication V
DA Simpson, LP McGuinness, Y Yan, A Stacey ,Technical , 2010 ,
Monday-Thursday 23-26 January 2012 Part of Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 8272 Advances in
Photonics of Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication V properties offered by this
unique fluorescent emitter in the biological context and demonstrate optically detected 

Photonics for mechanical engineering in tertiary education
GM Hegde ,Proc. SPIE, 2002 ,
ABSTRACT Photonics has emerged as multidisciplinary technology of the future. Hence
photonics has become an important course to be reckoned with in all disciplines of
technology. We have developed a new basic and advanced lecture and laboratory course 

Advances in photonics design and modeling for nano-and bio-photonics applications
S Tanev, V Tuchin, P Cheben, P Bock ,Proceedings of , 2010 ,
ABSTRACT In this invited paper we focus on the discussion of two recent unique
applications of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulation method to the design
and modeling of advanced nano-and bio-photonic problems. We will first discuss the 

Results of External Review Sandia National Laboratories Microelectronics and PhotonicsProgram
DR Myers ,2003 ,
Abstract The US Department of Energy requires a periodic” self assessment” of Sandia’s
Microsystems Program. An external panel review of this program is held approximately
every 18 months, and the report from the external review panel serves as the basis for the 

Photonics Integration Devices and Technologies
GA Vawter, S Lin, C Sullivan, W Zubrzycki ,2001., 2001 ,
Abstract We have used selective AlGaAs oxidation, dry-etching, and high-gain
semiconductor laser simulation to create new in-plane lasers with interconnecting passive
waveguides for use in high-density photonic circuits and future integration of photonics 

Future prospects for silicon photonics
WR Headley, GT Reed, GZ Mashanovich ,Proc. of SPIE , 2007 ,
ABSTRACT The field of Silicon Photonics has gained a significant amount of momentum in
recent years. Announcements of high speed modulators and cost-efficient light sources in
the Silicon-on-insulator material system have helped to make Silicon Photonics a viable 

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