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Advances in polymer integrated optics. Abstract: We report on advances in polymeric waveguide technologies developed worldwide for the telecom and.
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Proof-of-concept experiments are demonstrated. Article 20 August A fully programmable two-qubit quantum processor with more than components is demonstrated by using silicon photonic circuits. A two-qubit quantum approximate optimization algorithm and simulation of Szegedy quantum walks are implemented.
Article 26 March By exploiting two-photon laser lithography for in situ printing of facet-attached beam-shaping elements, hybrid photonic integration can now be realized, opening opportunities for the automated assembly of photonic multi-chip systems with unprecedented performance and versatility. Article 19 March Using silicon nitride waveguides processed by plasma-enhanced chemical vapour deposition, full integration of ultrahigh- Q resonators with other photonic devices is now possible, representing a critical advance for future photonic circuits and systems.
Article 22 January Article 22 December Article 30 October Exploiting the peculiar properties of graphene, a series of high-performance glass-on-graphene devices, such as polarizers, thermo-optic switches and mid-infrared waveguide-integrated photodetectors and modulators are realized. Letter 29 September Letter 19 June Thin and lightweight retroreflectors of infrared light have been created from pairs of silicon metasurfaces.
Article 12 June Letter 17 April By exploiting one-dimensional photonic crystal nanocavities, an ultra-compact indium phosphide-on-silicon laser diode with low current threshold, high wall-plug efficiency and high integrability is demonstrated. Article 03 April Letter 20 March Existence conditions of bound states within the continuum of radiative modes are revealed for waveguides with anisotropic birefringent materials. Article 20 February The application of d. Letter 23 January A passively mode-locked laser system featuring cavity filtering and cavity-enhanced nonlinear interactions within an integrated microring resonator produces nanosecond optical pulses with a spectral width of Article 05 December A tunable photonic microwave filter is monolithically integrated in an InP chip.
The filter includes all of the required elements — a laser, a modulator and a photodetector — and its response can be tuned by controlling the electric currents. Article 26 September Single photons are generated from electrically driven semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes embedded in a photonic circuit.
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Pronounced antibunching is observed when photon correlation is measured at cryogenic temperatures. Letter 01 August A mechanism for confining and guiding light that relies on spin—orbit interactions of light is presented. Letter 13 June Letter 25 April A silicon nitride ring resonator with implanted ytterbium ions offers a means for greatly enhanced ion—light interactions in an integrated optics platform.
Letter 14 March Design and fabrication techniques that allow analogous dispersion control in chip-integrated optical microresonators are presented, allowing higher-order, wide-bandwidth dispersion control over an octave of spectrum. Article 15 February Scientists experimentally demonstrate a fully configurable photonic integrated signal processor based on an InP—InGaAs material system by controlling the injection currents to the active components. Letter 21 September Researchers use phase-change materials to demonstrate an integrated optical memory with Letter 11 May An on-chip integrated wavelength demultiplexer designed using an inverse computational algorithm is experimentally demonstrated.
Article 17 November An all-optical modulation technique based on a pump—probe scheme for temporally, spectrally and spatially characterizing the flow of light in a variety of silicon photonic devices is demonstrated. Letter 14 September WordPress Shortcode. CPqD Follow.
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Advanced light sources and geometries for microscopy, phototherapy, surgery, biomedicine. Chair: Alberto Amo, Laboratoire PhLAM, Lille, France Advances in topological photonic lattices, topological edge states, topological pumps, synthetic dimensions, Dirac and Weyl points, topological lasers, topology and disorder, topology in non-Hermitian systems, probes of topological invariants, topological aspects of photonic quasicrystals, nonlinear topological effects, Floquet-topological photonics, spin-orbit coupling in photonic materials, non-reciprocity.
Chair: Stefan Haacke, University of Strasbourg, CNRS IPCMS, France Fundamental aspects of ultrafast science in all spectral regimes; propagation and instabilities of ultrashort pulses in linear and nonlinear media, supercontinuum generation, ultrafast filamentation and applications, extreme events, rogue waves and turbulence dynamics; ultrafast spectroscopy of molecules, solids and low dimensional structures; ultrafast phenomena in physics, chemistry and biology; propagation media: gas, liquid, and solid materials; free-space and waveguided geometries; coherent control using femtosecond pulses.
Chair: Rachel Grange, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Nonlinear optical phenomena including dynamics and self-organization; frequency conversion, wave mixing, parametric processes, conservative and dissipative solitons, pattern formation, interaction between disorder and nonlinearities, complex behaviours and statistically heavy-tailed phenomena.
Applications of nonlinear phenomena; nonlinear imaging and manipulation, novel optical materials, devices and systems. Fundamental aspects of nonlinear dynamics in single or coupled photonic devices, polariton condensates, micro and nano lasers, photonic crystals, optomechanical systems. Chair: Femius Koenderink, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Metal nanophotonics from fundamentals towards applications and including all spectral regimes: plasmonic nanostructures, antennas, cavities and waveguides; metamaterials; hybrid materials; nonlinear structures and effects; active systems, systems with gain.
Chair: Thomas Mueller, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria Fundamental aspects and applications of graphene and other two-dimensional materials in optics and optoelectronics; light-matter interactions in 2D materials; ultrafast dynamics and nonlinear phenomena in 2D and novel materials, and mode-locked lasers; light sources, modulators, detectors, and other optoelectronic devices; photovoltaics; smart windows and flexible displays; terahertz devices; tunable plasmonics and metamaterials; integration with cavities and waveguides; multi-layered 2D heterostructures; perovskites and perovskite optoelectronics; NV centres; phase change materials.
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Chair: Evangelos Siminos, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden Predictive theoretical and computational approaches for all fields of optics and photonics: full and semi-analytical treatments; applied mathematics and numerical analysis of partial differential equations; high-performance computing, massively parallel codes, including utilization of hardware accelerators.
Modelling of singular nonlinear processes, shocks, wave collapse, material processing; first principle calculations of optical properties in dielectrics, plasmas, semiconductors and plasmonic structures; modelling of artificial optical materials. In addition to this topic the workshop covers the state of the art research on optical sensing, nonlinear spectro-microscopy, infrared spectroscopy and microscopy, Stimulated Raman SRS and CARS microscopy. Nanostructured devices and materials offer a way to overcome the conventional light absorption limits.
Novel optical spectrum splitting and photon-recycling schemes boost the efficiency of optical energy-conversion platforms. Furthermore, optical design concepts are rapidly expanding into the infrared energy band, offering new approaches to harvest waste heat and to reduce the thermal emission losses in solar-thermal and solar water desalination platforms.
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Broadband engineering of the emission properties of optical materials and devices also paves the way to achieving noncontact radiative cooling of solar cells, electronic circuitries, buildings, and vehicles.