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by Francesco Michelotti,Alfred Driessen,Mario Bertolotti

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  • Author: Francesco Michelotti,Alfred Driessen,Mario Bertolotti
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Start by marking Microresonators as Building Blocks for VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In particular, micro-ring and micro-disk resonators and photonic bang-gap structures were addressed. At a more fundamental level, some lectures were devoted to promising phenomena that could allow new applications in photonics, such as entangled pairs generation and single quantum dot emission in a cavity.

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4 see for more details, D. Klunder, Photon Physics in Integrated Optics Microresonators, P. thesis, University of Twente, 135 p (2002).

In: Microresonators as building blocks for VLSI photonics eds. M. Bertolotti, A. Driessen and F. Michelotti, Vol. 709 of AIP conference proceedings. Melville, New York: American Institute of Physics, pp. 48–71. Proceedings of the International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th course, Erice, Sicily (October 2003). Modeling of 2D Cylindrical Integrated Optical Microresonators’. University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands.

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Proceedings of 6t. 004. Journal: Proceedings of 2004 6th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (IEEE Cat. N. 4EX804), 2, 281-286 vo. Earliest Aquisition Date: 1486711798. Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics. Alfred Driessen, Douwe H. Geuzebroek, +10 authors Laurens Kuipers. All-optical AND/NAND logic gates using semiconductor microresonators. Vertically coupled InP microdisk switching devices with electroabsorptive active regions.

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Microresonators As Building Blocks for VLSI Photonics : International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course. by Francesco Michelotti. Providing current information on advanced devices for large scale integrated photo.

The aim of the course was to provide state-of-the-art information in the field of advanced devices for large scale integrated photonics. The course focused on the theory and application of optical microresonators for wavelength selection and routing, for switching and for high-speed modulation. Also materials aspects, design and manufacturing of integrated optics devices based on these resonators for use in optical communication networks were discussed. In particular, micro-ring and micro-disk resonators and photonic bang-gap structures were addressed. At a more fundamental level, some lectures were devoted to promising phenomena that could allow new applications in photonics, such as entangled pairs generation and single quantum dot emission in a cavity.

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