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Microcavities (Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology)

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optics (light),
  • Technology & Engineering,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Electronics - Semiconductors,
  • Optics,
  • Technology / Electronics / General,
  • Electronics - General,
  • Electromagnetic interactions,
  • Lasers,
  • Quantum electrodynamics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10145996M
    ISBN 100199228949
    ISBN 109780199228942

      T1 - Optical microcavities. T2 - Biosensing II. AU - Vollmer, Frank. AU - Arnold, Stephen. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - Single polystyrene nanoparticles are detected from resonance wavelength fluctuations in toroidal and spherical by: 2.


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Microcavities (Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology) by Alexey Kavokin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Microcavities addresses the large variety of optical phenomena taking place in confined solid state structures: microcavities. Realisations include planar and pillar microcavities, whispering gallery modes, and photonic crystals.

The microcavities represent a unique laboratory for /5(3). Microcavities are semiconductor, metal, or dielectric structures providing optical confinement in one, two or three dimensions.

At the end of the 20th century, microcavities have attracted attention due to the discovery of a strong exciton-light coupling regime allowing for the formation of superposition light-matter quasiparticles: exciton-polaritons.

Optical microcavities are structures that enable confinement of lightto microscale volumes. The universal importance of these structureshas made them indispensable to a wide range of fields. This importantbook describes the many applications and the related physics, providing both a review and a tutorial of key subjects by leadingresearchers from each field2/5(1).

Starting with the basic physics of microcavities, quantum optics, and excitons, the reader is quickly led to the cutting edge of present-day research in a friendly, tutorial style.

The book includes biographical sketches of the key personalities, together with a number of amusing cartoons to illustrate the physics, both of which add.

Microcavities represent a unique laboratory for quantum optics and photonics. They exhibit a number of beautiful effects, including lasing, superfluidity, super-radiance, and entanglement. The book is written by four practitioners strongly involved in experiments and theories of : Alexey Kavokin.

Optical microcavities are structures that enable confinement of light to microscale volumes. The universal importance of these structures has made them indispensable to a wide range of fields. This important book describes the many applications and the related physics, providing both a review and a tutorial of key subjects by leading Format: Hardcover.

Optical microcavities are structures that enable confinement of light to microscale volumes. The universal importance of these structures has made them indispensable to a wide range of fields. This important book describes the many applications and the related physics, providing both a review and a tutorial of key subjects by leading.

This book addresses the large variety of optical phenomena taking place in confined solid state structures: microcavities. Realisations include planar and pillar microcavities, whispering gallery modes, and photonic crystals.

The microcavities represent a unique laboratory for quantum optics and : Alexey Kavokin. It covers topics ranging from photonic crystal microcavities for lighting applications to optomechanical resonators, as well as simulation of planar photonic resonators and MOCVD material growth, among others.

The experts who contributed the 13 chapters have produced a highly readable, well-illustrated book. An optical microcavity or microresonator is a structure formed by reflecting faces on the two sides of a spacer layer or optical medium, or by wrapping a waveguide in a circular fashion to form a former type is a standing wave cavity, and the latter is a traveling wave cavity.

The name microcavity stems from the fact that it is often only a few micrometers thick, the spacer layer. About this book Electron and photon confinement in semiconductor nanostructures is one of the most active areas in solid state research.

Written by leading experts in solid state physics, this book provides both a comprehensive review as well as a excellent introduction to fundamental and applied aspects of light-matter coupling in microcavities. The control of optical modes in microcavities or in photonic bandgap (PBG) materials is coming of age.

Although these ideas could have been developed some time ago, it is only recently that they have emerged, due to advances in both atomic physics and in fabrication techniques, be it on the high-quality dielectric mirrors required for high-finesse Fabry­ Perot resonators or in.

Microcavities Alexey Kavokin, Jeremy J. Baumberg, Guillaume Malpuech, and Fabrice P. Laussy Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology. Paperback is updated to reflect state of the art, and a new index is provided; First textbook covering fully the physics of microcavities.

Microcavities are wavelength-sized optical cavities that trap light at specific wavelengths. This confinement allows photons trapped in the microcavity to strongly interact with matter, creating new quasiparticles called polaritons.

Polaritons are a mixture of photons and semiconductor excitons that display different properties from either the. Optical microcavities are structures that enable confinement of light to microscale volumes. The universal importance of these structures has made them indispensable to a wide range of fields.

This important book describes the many applications and the related physics, providing both a review and a tutorial of key subjects by leading. In the past decade, there has been a burst of new and fascinating physics associated to the unique properties of two-dimensional exciton polaritons, their recent demonstration of condensation under non-equilibrium conditions and all the related quantum phenomena, which have stimulated extensive.

Handbook of Optical Microcavities - CRC Press Book An optical cavity confines light within its structure and constitutes an integral part of a laser device.

Unlike traditional gas lasers, semiconductor lasers are invariably much smaller in dimensions, making optical confinement more critical than ever.

Optical microcavities confine light to small volumes by resonant recirculation. Devices based on optical microcavities are already indispensable for a wide range of applications and : Kerry Vahala. Book Description.

In spite of the increasing importance of microcavities, device physics or the observable phenomena in optical microcavities such as enhanced or inhibited spontaneous emission and its relation with the laser oscillation has. The book details the splitting in transmission peaks of planar microcavities containing semiconductor quantum wells.

A simple but useful way to consider the change in the spontaneous emission rate from the viewpoint of mode density alteration. In this book, we will introduce different ultra-high-Q whispering gallery microcavities, and focus on their applications in enhancing light-matter interaction, such as ultralow-threshold microlasing, highly sensitive optical biosensing, nonlinear optics, cavity quantum electrodynamics and cavity optomechanics.

Contents. Both rich fundamental physics of microcavities and their intriguing potential applications are addressed in this book, oriented to undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as to physicists and engineers.

We describe the essential steps of development of the physics of microcavities in their chronological order. We show how different types of structures combining. Optical microcavities are structures that enable confinement of light to microscale volumes. The universal importance of these structures has made them indispensable to a wide range of fields.

This important book describes the many applications and the related physics, providing both a review and a tutorial of key subjects by leading researchers. This book addresses the large variety of optical phenomena taking place in confined solid state structures: microcavities.

Realisations include planar and pillar microcavities, whispering gallery modes, and photonic crystals. The microcavities represent a unique laboratory for. Publications. Showing all journal articles & 10 books available.

Journal Articles. 10/30/ Farrar CS, Rouin GT, Miller BL, Raeman CH, Mooney NA, Hocking DC. Volume 32 of the series addresses one of the most rapidly developing research fields in physics: microcavities.

Microcavities form a base for fabrication of opto-electronic devices of XXI century, in particular polariton lasers based on a new physical principle with respect to conventional lasers proposed by Einstein in This book overviews a theory of all major phenomena linked 3/5(2).

Buy Microcavities (Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology) 2 by Kavokin, Alexey V., Baumberg, Jeremy J., Malpuech, Guillaume, Laussy, Fabrice P. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 1.

Semitransparent metal or distributed Bragg reflector for wide-viewing-angle organic light-emitting-diode microcavities. This book addresses the physics of microcavities: from classical to quantum optics, from a Boltzmann gas to a superfluid. It provides the theoretical background needed for understanding the complex phenomena in coupled light-matter systems, and it presents a broad overview of experimental progress in the physics of microcavities.

It covers topics ranging from photonic crystal microcavities for lighting applications to optomechanical resonators, as well as simulation of planar photonic resonators and MOCVD material growth, among others.

The experts who contributed the 13 chapters have produced a highly-readable, well-illustrated book. Jeremy John Baumberg, FRS, FInstP (born 14 March ) is Professor of Nanoscience in the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge and Director of the NanoPhotonics Centre.

2 Career and research. Awards and honours. 3 Personal life. Baumberg was born on 14 March He was educated at the Alma mater: University of Cambridge (BA). Optical microcavities, which confine light to small volumes by resonant circulation in a dielectric medium, play an indispensable role in a wide range of applications and fundamental studies 20 Author: Kerry Vahala.

Book Chapters Quantum Photonics Incorporating Color Centers in Silicon Carbide and Diamond, Marina Radulaski, Jelena Vučković.

To appear as a chapter in The Proceedings on Latest Achievements in Physics on the Occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the "Prof. Marko V. Jaric" Foundation () (arXiv). Book is in typical used-Good Condition.

Will show signs of wear to cover and/or pages. There may be underlining, highlighting, and or writing. May not include supplemental items (like discs, access codes, dust jacket, etc).

Will be a good Reading copy. Microcavities represent a young and rapidly developing fiel d of physics. Our book cover the state of the art in this field in the first half of o bserved from the prism of personal experience of four authors who actively worked in physics of microcavities a large part of their scientific lives.

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Kavokin (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Buy Handbook of Optical Microcavities 1 by Choi, Anthony H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 1/5(1). Publisher Summary. This chapter deals with amorphous silicon carbide films (a-Si1–xCx:H), its optical, structural, and electrical properties.

It provides a good understanding of the current directions and the potential applications of a-Si 1–x C x:rmore, fundamental and technological challenges, which have to be overcome are also highlighted. In spite of the increasing importance of microcavities, device physics or the observable phenomena in optical microcavities such as enhanced or inhibited spontaneous emission and its relation with the laser oscillation has not been systematically well-described-until now.

The dielectric microstructures act as ultrahigh Q factors optical cavities, which modify the spontaneous emission rates and alter the spatial distributions of the input and output radiation.

The editors have selected leading scientists who have made seminal contributions in different aspects of optical processes in microcavities. Every attempt has been made to unify the Cited by:. About this book Nanophotonicsis a comprehensive introduction to the emerging area concerned with controlling and shaping optical fields at a subwavelength scale.

Photonic crystals and microcavities are extensively described, including non-linear optical effects.Porous Si-SiO2 UV microcavities are used to modulate a broad responsivity photodetector (GVGR-T10GD) with a detection range from to nm. The UV microcavity filters modified the responsivity at short wavelengths, while in the visible range the filters only attenuated the responsivity.

All microcavities had a localized mode close to nm in the UV-A range, and Author: María R. Jimenéz-Vivanco, Godofredo García, Jesús Carrillo, Francisco Morales-Morales, Antonio Coyop. Handbook of Optical Microcavities View larger image. By: Anthony H. W. Choi. Sign Up Now! Already a Member?

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