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Business Innovation in Optics Photonics
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U Lemmer ,kaschke-medtec.de
1. What is a color space? What are the main reasons to define different color spaces? What
are a color space’key parameters? What is the difference between brightness and intensity?
2. What are relative advantages and disadvantages of two different color spaces of your 

Applications of Cladding Stress Induced Effects for Advanced Polarization Control in SiliconPhotonics
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DX Xu, P Cheben, A Delage, S Janz ,PIERS Online, 2007 ,piers.org
Abstract—The applications of cladding stress in SOI waveguide components to enhance
device functionality and improve fabrication tolerance are reviewed. Assisted by FEM design
tools, characteristics of stress-induced effects are studied in depth. Design strategies are 

Elevation of Optics and Photonics Education in Thailand
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S Phoojaruenchanachai, S Sumriddetchkajorn , in Optics and Photonics, 2009 ,spie.org
ABSTRACT We initiate a pilot project of photonics education outreach to Thai society in
order to heighten public awareness and to inspire new generations of science and
technology in photonics. Our target groups are students, teachers and public people. In 

Thousand fold improvement in solar photobioreactors using advanced photonics
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D Sinton ,2011 ,mp.cim3.net
1.0 Overview and Technical Approach In this project we will develop a technique for using
evanescent light excitation of photosynthetic algae grown around optical fibers to convert
CO2 directly into biofuel. When compared with existing pond and tube reactors, this 

Optics and Photonics for Counter-Terrorism and Crime-Fighting
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C Fighting ,Remote Sensing Plenary Presentations ,spie.org
Understanding the intent of an adversary (such as terrorists), and influencing their actions,
has long been recognised as a key aspect of planning military and civil policing operations.
The military theatres in which we are operating challenge traditional kinetic-based 

Organic Materials for Photonics
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A Sobolewska, S Bartkiewicz, K Matczyszyn ,cmzin.pwr.wroc.pl
Page 1. Organic Materials for Photonics A. Sobolewska, S. Bartkiewicz, K. Matczyszyn,
A. Miniewicz Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Wroc³aw University of
Technology, Wyb. Wyspiañskiego 27, 50-370 Wroc³aw, Poland 

Bifurcation-analysis technique for nonlinear, parametric effects in 3D magnetic nanodevices at microwaves and photonics
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GS Makeeva ,Proceedings of the 2nd conference on , 2008 ,wseas.us
Abstract:-The developed technique involves numerical determination of bifurcation points of
the nonlinear Maxwell equations complemented by the Landau-Lifshitz equation with the
exchange term taking into account the electrodynamical boundary conditions for 3D 

Evolution of a Photonics Education Program
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A McGlashan ,Education and Training in Optics and Photonics, 2007 ,spie.org
Abstract The Photonics Technology program at Niagara College was first launched in 2001.
Since that time, in an attempt to meet the joint needs of industry and students, Niagara has
developed the technology program into a cluster of four programs related to photonic 

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN ORGANIC ELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS
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M WEITER, M VALA, J VYNUCHAL ,nanocon.cz
Abstract Nowadays, we can see a strong effort in seeking for highly performing materials for
cheap organic electronics. Together with the high performance of the materials, the usual
second requirement is their high photo-and thermal-stability. Therefore we have 

The Impact of Credit Rating on Firm Valuation-Evidences from the Photonics Corporations in Taiwan
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YS Lin, SJ Li ,Applied Finance ,irjaf.com
Abstract This study takes the financial indexes of the photonics industry companies in
Taiwan from 2006 to 2008 as examples to analyze their credit ratings. Firstly, the Mann-
Whitney test is used to detect financial indexes that differ from good or bad credit ratings. 

Preparing displaced adults for the optics/photonics workforce
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DM Hull , -SPIE THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR OPTICAL , 1999 ,spie.org
ABSTRACT As the optics/photonics industry continues to grow, the demand for workers is
assumed to increase proportionally. Empirical data seem to support this assumption. This
increase presents a challenge to optics/photonics educators, since they control and 

DESIGN A WEB-BASED MULTIMEDIA COURSEWARE: APPLIED PHOTONICS
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JTL Ovseník ,193.226.6.174
Abstract–Distance education and non-traditional classrooms have the capability to reach
more students using specialised instruction, self-paced learning and virtual laboratories
(and/or virtual instruments). While a good learning experience can be obtained from such 

Photonics Laboratory Proposal Cover Page
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NMJ Khandaker ,cheville.okstate.edu
Exploration Channel film crews are facing the challenge of filming close-up views of
dangerous animals without purchasing new cameras. In previous filming expeditions using
nonzooming equipment, many crewmembers were injured because they were too close to 

Modeling nonlinear waves in photonics, plasmonics and cold atoms
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A Ferrando, C Milián, D Ceballos ,Óptica pura y , 2011 ,sedoptica.es
ABSTRACT: We review the present status of the different lines of research in the area of
Photonics at the Interdisciplinary Modeling Group, InterTech ( www. intertech. upv. es)
paying special attention to new topics that we have recently incorporated to our research 

Co-integration of Ge detectors and Si modulators in an advanced Si photonics platform
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P Verheyen, G Lepage ,Society of Photo- , 2012  photonics.intec.ugent.be
ABSTRACT A Si photonics platform is described, co-integrating advanced passive
components with Si modulators and Ge detectors. This platform is developed on a 200mm
CMOS toolset, compatible with a 130nm CMOS baseline. The paper describes the 

Photonics of metallocene complexes based on metals of the titanium subgroup
GV Loukova, VP Vasiliev, VA Smirnov ,Nanotechnologies in , 2012 ,Springer
Abstract The main spectral-luminescent properties of organometallic complexes of Ti, Zr,
and Hf with aromatic ligands are examined. This class of compounds exhibits highly
emissive (phosphorescent) ligand-to-metal charge transfer (LMCT) states. The linear 



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