VLSI Micro- and Nanophotonics

VLSI Micro- and Nanophotonics: Science, Technology, and Applications

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Features

  • Provides unique coverage at the level of individual micro/nanoscale photonic materials, devices, and their integration, enabling it to play a foundational role for other books in the field
  • Supplies a guide and reference for academicians and practitioners—as well as students—in almost all fields of practical engineering and technology relating to photonics

Summary

Addressing the growing demand for larger capacity in information technology, VLSI Micro- and Nanophotonics: Science, Technology, and Applications explores issues of science and technology of micro/nano-scale photonics and integration for broad-scale and chip-scale Very Large Scale Integration photonics. This book is a game-changer in the sense that it is quite possibly the first to focus on "VLSI Photonics".

Very little effort has been made to develop integration technologies for micro/nanoscale photonic devices and applications, so this reference is an important and necessary early-stage perspective on this field. New demand for VLSI photonics brings into play various technological and scientific issues, as well as evolutionary and revolutionary challenges—all of which are discussed in this book. These include topics such as miniaturization, interconnection, and integration of photonic devices at micron, submicron, and nanometer scales.

With its "disruptive creativity" and unparalleled coverage of the photonics revolution in information technology, this book should greatly impact the future of micro/nano-photonics and IT as a whole. It offers a comprehensive overview of the science and engineering of micro/nanophotonics and photonic integration. Many books on micro/nanophotonics focus on understanding the properties of individual devices and their related characteristics. However, this book offers a full perspective from the point of view of integration, covering all aspects of benefits and advantages of VLSI-scale photonic integration—the key technical concept in developing a platform to make individual devices and components useful and practical for various applications.

Table of Contents

PART I Introduction

Introduction: A Preamble, E.-H. Lee

PART II Scientific and Engineering Issues

Optoelectronic VLSI, D.V. Plant and J.D. Schwartz

Integrated Optical Waveguides for VLSI Applications, H. Schroder and E. Griese

PART III Integrated Photonic Technologies: Microring Structures

Silicon Microspheres for VLSI Photonics, A. Serpenguzel, Y. Ozan Yılmaz, Ulas, K. Ayaz, and A. Kurt

Silicon Micro-Ring Resonator Structures: Characteristics and Applications, V.R. Almeida and R.R. Panepucci

Nanophotonics with Microsphere Resonators, O. Benson, S. Gotzinger, A. Mazzei, G. Zumofen, V. Sandoghdar, and L. de S. Menezes

PART IV Integrated Photonic Technologies: Photonic Crystals and Integrated Circuits

Controlling Dispersion and Nonlinearities in Mesoscopic Silicon Photonic Crystals, C.W. Wong, X. Yang, J.F. McMillan, R. Chatterjee, and S. Kocaman

Functional Devices in Photonic Crystals for Future Photonic Integrated Circuits, A. Shinya, T. Tanabe, E. Kuramochi, H. Taniyama, S. Kawanishi, and M. Notomi

PART V Integrated Photonic Technologies: Plasmonics and Integration

Surface Plasmon-Polariton Waveguides and Components, P. Berini

PART VI Integrated Photonic Technologies: Quantum Devices and Integration

Quantum Dot Lasers: Theory and Experiment, P.M. Smowton and P. Blood

Quantum Dot Microcavity Lasers, T. Yang, A. Mock, and J. O’Brien

Quantum Dot Integrated Optoelectronic Devices, S. Mokkapati, H.H. Tan, and C. Jagadish

Infrared Physics of Quantum Dots, M. Razeghi and B. Movaghar

III-Nitride Nanotechnology, M. Razeghi and R. McClintock

PART VII Integrated Photonic Technologies: Planar Lightwave Circuits

Microphotonic Devices and Circuits in Nanoengineered Polymers, L. Eldada

Silicon Photonics Waveguides and Modulators, G.Z. Mashanovich, F.Y. Gardes, M.M. Milosevic, C.E. Png, and G.T. Reed

Planar Waveguide Multiplexers/Demultiplexers in Optical Networks: From Improved Designs to Applications, S. He, J. Song, J.-J He, and D. Dai

PART VIII Integrated Photonic Technologies: Optical-Printed Circuit Boards

Optical Printed Circuit Board and VLSI Photonics, E.-H. Lee and H.-S. Lee

PART IX Technologies for Emerging Applications: Renewable Energy Generation

Nanostructured Copper Indium Gallium Selenide for Thin-Film Photovoltaics, L. Eldada

High-Efficiency Intermediate Band Solar Cells Implemented with Quantum Dots, E. Antolin, A. Marti, and A. Luque

PART X Technologies for Emerging Applications: Photonic DNA Computing

Nanoscale Information Technology Based on Photonic DNA Computing, Y. Ogura and J. Tanida

PART XI Technologies for Emerging Applications: Sensing Applications

Evanescent Fiber Bragg Grating Biosensors, M. Dagenais and C.J. Stanford

Nano-Injection Photon Detectors for Sensitive, Efficient Infrared Photon Detection and Counting, H. Mohseni and O.G. Memis

Quantum Dot Infrared Photodetectors, L. Fu, T. Vandervelde, and S. Krishna

Type-II InAs/GaSb Superlattice Photon Detectors and Focal Plane Arrays, M. Razeghi, B.-M. Nguyen, and P.-Y. Delaunay

Index

Author Bio(s)

Editorial Reviews

For students, scholars, practitioners, researchers, and industrialists, Lee (information technology, Inha U., South Korea) et al. compile 24 chapters that explore science and technology issues associated with micro/nano-scale photonics and integration for broad-scale and chip-scale very-large-scale-integration (VSLI) photonics. The contributors, an international group of physics, engineering, and information technology researchers from universities and industry, address issues such as miniaturization, interconnection, and integration of photonic devices at micron, submicron, and nanometer scales, and micro-ring structures, photonic crystals and integrated circuits, plasmonics, quantum devices, planar lightwave circuits, optical-printed circuit boards, and applications in renewable energy generation, photonic DNA computing, and sensing.
—In Research Book News, booknews.com, February 2011