Organic Photonic Materials And Devices

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  • Copyright: 2004-06-30
  • Publisher: 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.

Table of Contents

Organic electro-optic materials : some unique opportunitiesp. 1
Novel configurations and approaches for polymer electro-optic devicesp. 16
Hybrid electro-optic polymer/sol-gel waveguide modulators fabricated by all-wet etching process, using straight channel and Mach-Zehnder waveguidesp. 28
Recent progress in developing highly efficient and thermally stable nonlinear optical polymers for electro-opticsp. 36
Achieving large electro-optic response : DH-type chromophores in both crosslinked systems and linear high-Tg systemsp. 44
Growth and characteristics of organic and semiorganic nonlinear optical crystalsp. 57
Measurement of organic/polymer material by phase modulation ellipsometryp. 69
DNA photonicsp. 77
Modulation of light using Kerr-clad silica waveguidep. 87
Waveguide of amorphous perfluoropolymer for visible lightp. 96
Toward multifunctional optical integration : an adaptive lithographic method for patterning optical structuresp. 105
Fabrication of polymeric waveguides by using vapor transportation methodp. 115
Fabrication of high-resolution gratings for polymeric optical waveguide devicesp. 127
Retrieval of computer-generated holograms projected onto liquid crystal-photoconducting polymer systemp. 134
Photodimerization for high-capacity digital optical storagep. 144
Application to optically controlled spatial light modulator using organic photorefractive compositep. 150
Applications of photorefractive liquid crystalsp. 158
The memory effect of a pentacene field-effect transistor with a polarizable gate dielectricp. 166
New highly efficient two-photon fluorescent dyesp. 173
Novel two-photon optical limiting materialsp. 181
Spatially and temporally resolved transmission measurements on novel high-damage-threshold polymer optical limiting devicesp. 191
Organic infrared and near-infrared light-emitting materials and devices for optical communication applicationsp. 196
Near-infrared optical gain and stimulated emission in organic-compound-doped polymer waveguidesp. 210
Polymer blend LEDs using polyfluorene copolymers and thermally cross-linked fluoropolymersp. 217
Study on the OLED with mutual doped transitional layerp. 226
Polyethylene films doped with EU(III) complex : their optical properties and technological applicationsp. 230
New electro-optic modulator based on polymer waveguide and loop structurep. 237
New paradigm in NLO chromophore design through a gradient bridge conceptp. 243
Exploration of a series-type multifunctionalized nonlinear optical chromophore conceptp. 253
Optical properties of photochromic-compound-doped marine-biopolymer DNA-surfactant complex films for switching applicationsp. 260
Fabrication method of large-core polymeric optical waveguide through replication process using anisotropically etched siliconp. 268
Thin-film polyetherimides with controlled refractive indicesp. 276
Realization and characterization of plastic photovoltaic cellsp. 284
Systematic studies of organic thin film transistor improvementsp. 291
Studies of electrical conduction in pyroelectric DTGS : PVDF compositesp. 298
Dimethylaniline doped as conductor polymerp. 303
Polyvinyl alcohol doped with nickel chloride hexahydrate as conductor polymerp. 311
Kinetics of photoizomerization of DR1 molecules embedded in solid matrix by a dynamic holography methodp. 319
A new type of photopolymer with nanoporous structure based on ionomersp. 327
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