By Maarten Kuijk, Kamel Ayadi, Roger Vounckx, Gustaaf Borghs, Gerhard Bickel (auth.), George A. Lampropoulos, Roger A. Lessard (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1475792506

ISBN-13: 9781475792508

ISBN-10: 1475792522

ISBN-13: 9781475792522

This booklet provides a present evaluate ofphotonic applied sciences and their purposes. The papers released during this e-book are prolonged models of the papers offered on the Inter­ nationwide convention on functions ofPhotonic know-how (ICAPT'96) held in Montreal, Canada, on July 29 to August 1, 1996. The subject of this occasion used to be "Closing the space among idea, advancements and purposes. " The time period photonics covers either optics and optical engineering components of transforming into sci­ entific and advertisement value in the course of the global. it's predicted that photonic tech­ nology-related functions to extend exponentially over the following few years and may play an important function within the international economic climate via attaining 1 / 4 of one thousand billion people funds by means of the 12 months 2000. the worldwide curiosity and developments of this expertise are represented during this publication, the place top scientists of 22 international locations with complicated expertise in photon­ ics current their most up-to-date effects. The papers chosen herein are grouped to deal with six distinctive components ofphotonic tech­ nology. The reader will locate through the publication a mix of invited and contributed papers which mirror the cutting-edge at the present time and supply a few perception in regards to the way forward for this know-how. the 1st papers are invited. They speak about enterprise features ofphotonic engineer­ ing. One examines if chip-to-chip interconnections through optical expertise are an excellent financial selection, whereas the opposite discusses the photonic know-how from entre­ preneurial point of view. Papers relating to fabrics and thought of for photonic purposes, e. g.

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8. C. M. Kim and R. V. Ramaswamy, "WKB analysis of asymmetric directional couplers and its application to optical switches", Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 1109-1118. June 1988. 40 OPTICAL PARAMETRIC PROCESSES IN CRYSTALLINE MOLECULAR LAYERED CONFINEMENT STRUCTURES: SECOND HARMONIC GENERATION IN MICROCAVITIES Serge Gauvin* and Joseph Zyss France Telecom/CNET/PAB Laboratoire de Bagneux, 196 Henri-Ravera 92225 Bagneux Cedex, France *Present address: Institut national de Ia recherche scientifique-&tergie et mat6riaux 1650, boulevard Lionel-Boulet CP 1020, Varennes (Qu6bec) J3X 182, Canada INTRODUCTION From both, classical electromagnetism and quantum electrodynamics point of view, there is a constantly growing interest with respect to nonlinear (NL) optics (NLO) in confined environments.

0 incident angle [degrees] Figure 4. Shift of the transmitted and reflected beam resonance with the appllied voltage. Upper curves correspond to the transmitted beam and lower curve~ to the reflected beam ii. The electric conductivity is larger in the polymer layer than in the buffer layers, and consequently most of the voltage is applied to the buffer layers and not to the electrooptic film. Frequency response As pointed out previously, there is a bandwidth limitation of device response, due to the time constant introduced by the conjugated action of electrode resistance and modulator capacitance.

H. Holmes and D. M. Smith, "Titanium diffusion into LiNb03 as a function of stoichiometry", Journal ofApplied Physics, Vol. 8, pp. 3531-3555. May 1984. 5. M. D. Feit , J. A. Fleck, Jr. and L. McCaughan, "Comparison of calculated and mesured performance of diffused channel-waveguide couplers", Journal of Optical Society ofAmerica, Vol. 73 , No. 10, pp. 1296-1304. 1983. 6. S. K. Korotky, W. J. Mindford, L. L. Buhl, M. D. Divino, and R. C. Alferness,"Mode size and method for estimating the propagation constant of single-mode Ti:LiNb03 strip waveguides", IEEE Transactions on Microwave and Techniques, Vol.

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