Applied Nanophotonics

Author: Sergey V. Gaponenko
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107145503
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An accessible yet rigorous introduction to nanophotonics, covering basic principles, technology, and applications in lighting, lasers, and photovoltaics. Providing a wealth of information on materials and devices, and over 150 color figures, it is the 'go-to' guide for students in electrical engineering taking courses in nanophotonics.

Computational Nanophotonics

Author: Sarhan Musa
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351832115
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This reference offers tools for engineers, scientists, biologists, and others working with the computational techniques of nanophotonics. It introduces the key concepts of computational methods in a manner that is easily digestible for newcomers to the field. The book also examines future applications of nanophotonics in the technical industry and covers new developments and interdisciplinary research in engineering, science, and medicine. It provides an overview of the key computational nanophotonics and describes the technologies with an emphasis on how they work and their key benefits.

Applied Digital Optics

Author: Bernard C. Kress
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470022641
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Miniaturization and mass replications have begun to lead the optical industry in the transition from traditional analog to novel digital optics. As digital optics enter the realm of mainstream technology through the worldwide sale of consumer electronic devices, this timely book aims to present the topic of digital optics in a unified way. Ranging from micro-optics to nanophotonics, and design to fabrication through to integration in final products, it reviews the various physical implementations of digital optics in either micro-refractives, waveguide (planar lightwave chips), diffractive and hybrid optics or sub-wavelength structures (resonant gratings, surface plasmons, photonic crystals and metamaterials). Finally, it presents a comprehensive list of industrial and commercial applications that are taking advantage of the unique properties of digital optics. Applied Digital Optics is aimed primarily at optical engineers and product development and technical marketing managers; it is also of interest to graduate-level photonics students and micro-optic foundries. Helps optical engineers review and choose the appropriate software tools to design, model and generate fabrication files. Gives product managers access to an exhaustive list of applications available in today’s market for integrating such digital optics, as well as where the next potential application of digital optics might be. Provides a broad view for technical marketing managers in all aspects of digital optics, and how such optics can be classified. Explains the numerical implementation of optical design and modelling techniques. Enables micro-optics foundries to integrate the latest fabrication and replication techniques, and accordingly fine tune their own fabrication processes.

Nanoscale Spectroscopy With Applications

Author: Sarhan M. Musa
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351831895
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This book introduces the key concepts of nanoscale spectroscopy methods used in nanotechnologies in a manner that is easily digestible for a beginner in the field. It discusses future applications of nanotechnologies in technical industries. It also covers new developments and interdisciplinary research in engineering, science, and medicine. An overview of nanoscale spectroscopy for nanotechnologies, the book describes the technologies with an emphasis on how they work and on their key benefits. It also serves as a reference for veterans in the field.

Nanophotonics

Author: Arthur McGurn
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319770721
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This book gives a readable introduction to the important, rapidly developing, field of nanophotonics. It provides a quick understanding of the basic elements of the field, allowing students and newcomers to progress rapidly to the frontiers of their interests. Topics include: The basic mathematical techniques needed for the study of the materials of nanophotonic technology; photonic crystals and their applications as laser resonators, waveguides, and circuits of waveguides; the application of photonic crystals technology in the design of optical diodes and transistors; the basic properties needed for the design and understanding of new types of engineered materials known as metamaterials; and a consideration of how and why these engineered materials have been formulated in the lab, as well as their applications as negative refractive index materials, as perfect lens, as cloaking devices, and their effects on Cherenkov and other types of radiation. Additionally, the book introduces the new field of plasmonics and reviews its important features. The role of plasmon-polaritons in the scattering and transmission of light by rough surfaces and the enhanced transmission of light by plasmon-polariton supporting surfaces is addressed. The important problems of subwavelength resolution are treated with discussions of applications in a number of scientific fields. The basic principles of near-field optical microscopy are presented with a number of important applications. The basics of atomic cavity physics, photonic entanglement and its relation to some of the basic properties of quantum computing, and the physics associated with the study of optical lattices are presented.

Applied Digital Optics

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Nanophotonics For Communication

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The Domain Decomposition Method As A Reliable And Versatile Toolbox Applied To The Simulations Of Nanophotonic Devices

Author: James J. Park
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Materials For Nanophotonics Plasmonics Metamaterials And Light Localization

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The MRS Symposium Proceeding series is an internationally recognised reference suitable for researchers and practitioners.

Advances In Nanophotonics Ii

Author: Concita Sibilia
Editor: Amer Inst of Physics
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There has been an increasing interest in recent years in Nanophotonics. Nanophotonics is a very broad field, encompassing aspects from both a fundamental point of view and with regard to future applications in photonic devices and materials. The scope of the book is to introduce concept, methods, and applications in nanophotonics.

Nanophotonics Nanostructure And Nanometrology

Author: Xing Zhu
Editor: Society of Photo Optical
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Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.

Duality Symmetry

Author: Ivan Fernandez-Corbaton
Editor: MDPI
ISBN: 303936569X
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Symmetry is one of the most general concepts in physics. Symmetry arguments are used to explain and predict observations at all length scales, from elementary particles to cosmology. The generality of symmetry arguments, combined with their simplicity, makes them a powerful tool for both fundamental and applied investigations. In electrodynamics, one of the symmetries is the invariance of the equations under exchange of electric and magnetic quantities. The continuous version of this symmetry is most commonly known as electromagnetic duality symmetry. This concept has been accepted for more than a century, and, throughout this time, has influenced other areas of physics, like high energy physics and gravitation. This Special Issue is devoted to electromagnetic duality symmetry and other vareities of dualities in physics. It contains four Articles, one Review and one Perspective. The context of the contributions ranges from string theory to applied nanophotonics, which, as anticipated, shows that duality symmetries in general and electromagnetic duality symmetry in particular are useful in a wide variety of physics fields, both theoretical and applied. Moreover, a number of the contributions show how the use of symmetry arguments and the quantification of symmetry breaking can successfully guide our theoretical understanding and provide us with guidelines for system design.

Nanotechnology And Nanophotonics

Author: Werner J. Blau
Editor: Society of Photo Optical
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Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.

Amorphous Nanophotonics

Author: Carsten Rockstuhl
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642324754
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This book represents the first comprehensive overview over amorphous nano-optical and nano-photonic systems. Nanophotonics is a burgeoning branch of optics that enables many applications by steering the mould of light on length scales smaller than the wavelength with devoted nanostructures. Amorphous nanophotonics exploits self-organization mechanisms based on bottom-up approaches to fabricate nanooptical systems. The resulting structures presented in the book are characterized by a deterministic unit cell with tailored geometries; but their spatial arrangement is not controlled. Instead of periodic, the structures appear either amorphous or random. The aim of this book is to discuss all aspects related to observable effects in amorphous nanophotonic material and aspects related to their design, fabrication, characterization and integration into applications. The book has an interdisciplinary nature with contributions from scientists in physics, chemistry and materials sciences and sheds light on the topic from many directions.

Japanese Journal Of Applied Physics

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Jjap Letters

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Russian Journal Of Applied Chemistry

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Nanophotonics

Author: Varat Intaraprasonk
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Nanophotonics is the study of light at a nanometer to micrometer scale. In this thesis, I present my work on two sub-fields of nanophotonics: near-field light propagation and optical force. In the near-field limit, where the light's propagation distance is shorter than the wavelength of light, light propagation is not restricted by the macroscopic diffraction limit. As a result, field patterns with sub-wavelength feature size are allowed. I will show that it is possible to intuitively describe this system in wavevector space. I will also show that it is possible to enhance the field in this system by the use of an interface between a positive- and a negative-permittivity material. This field enhancement can be used to compensate the decay that is characteristic of near-field propagation in free-space. It also allows the system to be optimized for image-transfer purposes, where the goal is to have the image resembles the original input field. In optical force studies, the presence of light in optical systems can exert an electromagnetic force on an object. For example, two parallel waveguides with light propagating along them can experience a force that pushes or pulls the two waveguides. The force in this system allows us to design a non-volatile optical memory, which, unlike conventional optical memory, can maintain a state without the need of continuous input power. I will also study the force between a waveguide and a coupled resonator. I will show that there is a fundamental limit on the system, and show a more complicated setup where the limit is overcome. Finally, I study the existence of an optical equilibrium in the optical force in the waveguide-resonator system. I will show that optical equilibrium cannot be obtained in a single-resonance system and requires the interaction between two resonances.

Optics Education

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New Directions In Thin Film Nanophotonics

Author: Sreekanth K. V.
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811388911
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This book highlights recent advances in thin-film photonics, particularly as building blocks of metamaterials and metasurfaces. Recent advances in nanophotonics has demonstrated remarkable control over the electromagnetic field by tailoring the optical properties of materials at the subwavelength scale which results in the emergence of metamaterials and metasurfaces. However, most of the proposed platforms require intense lithography which makes them of minor practical relevance. Stacked ultrathin-films of dielectrics, semi-conductors, and metals are introduced as an alternative platform that perform unique or similar functionalities. This book discusses the new era of thin film photonics and its potential applications in perfect and selective light absorption, structural coloring, biosensing, enhanced spontaneous emission, reconfigurable photonic devices and super lensing.​