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9780819456984

Organic Photonic Materials And Devices

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  • ISBN13:

    9780819456984

  • ISBN10:

    0819456985

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-04-30
  • Publisher: Society of Photo Optical
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Summary

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

Materials and devices for ultrafast all-optical processingp. 1
Resonance energy transfer in a novel two-component system : two-photon fluorophore and a photo-chromic acceptor moleculep. 13
Optically induced gratings in azo-functionalized polymers studied by a moving grating techniquep. 21
High refractive index photocurable resinsp. 34
Hybrid high refractive index polymer coatingsp. 42
Impact of modulational instability of partially coherent light in photosensitive optical polymers on the fabrication of optical microstructuresp. 50
Slab optical waveguide spectroscopy for in situ interfacial analysisp. 62
Fast VOA employing electro-optically clad silica waveguidep. 72
Power budget analysis of short reach optical communications based on 4x4 polymer clad fiber splitterp. 80
Systematic study of polymer wideband optical modulators : transition from intrinsic material characteristics to device performancep. 88
Telcordia qualification and beyond : reliability of today's polymer photonic componentsp. 96
Micro-mirror formed using excimer laser processing in a polymer waveguidep. 107
Fabrication and integration of micro/nano-scale polymer optical waveguides and devices for optical printed circuit board (O-PCB) applicationp. 112
In-fiber variable optical attenuation with ultra-low electrical power consumptionp. 124
Waveguide pattern formation in the organic nonlinear optical crystal by electron beam irradiationp. 131
Surface enhanced SHG from macrocycle, catenane, and rotaxane thin films : experiments and theoryp. 139
Thiadiazole derivatives with nonlinear optical propertiesp. 149
A biased push-pull technique to achieve fractional volt half-wave voltage of Mach-Zehnder modulatorsp. 159
A relationship between the optical anisotropy and the optical nonlinearity of a poled polymer filmp. 165
Organic thin film phototransistors : materials and mechanismsp. 172
Hybrid solar cells based on organic material embedded into porous siliconp. 183
Enhancement of optical extraction from OLEDs using scattering layersp. 191
Stimulated emission from pyrromethene 597 in holographic polymer dispersed liquid crystal structuresp. 202
26dB optical gain in a rib waveguide dye-doped polymer amplifier operating at 625 nmp. 208
Effects of the electric field poling procedure on eletro-optic coefficient for guest-host nonlinear optic polymersp. 217
Development of chemical sensors using polymer optical waveguides fabricated with DNAp. 224
Optical and photochromic properties of spiropyran-doped marine-biopolymer DNA-surfactant complex filmsp. 234
Real-time spectroscopy to clarify the mechanism of ultrafast nonlinearityp. 242
Oriented conjugated polymer thin films for all optical switching applicationsp. 259
Picosecond z-scan measurements of the two-photon absorption in beta-carotene solution over the 590-790 nm wavelength rangep. 269
PbSe quantum dots/polymer nanocompsite materials for optical communicationsp. 277
Nanoaggregates from oligothiophenes and oligophenylenes : a systematic growth surveyp. 285
Investigation on nanocompsites for pyroelectric infrared sensorsp. 295
New photochromic polyimidesp. 301
Influence of poly (amide-imide)s structures on holographic grating recordingp. 311
A novel approach to achieve higher order using pseudo-discotic chromophores in electro-optic materials and devicesp. 322
Multistage polymeric lens structure in silica-waveguides for photonic functional circuitsp. 328
Control of thermo-optic coefficients and their polarization dependence in polyimide films formed on Si substratesp. 336
Controlling nanoparticle distribution in hydrogel by electrophoresis for gradient refractive index lens applicationsp. 344
Fresnel lens on new photosensitive materialp. 352
Polymer ring resonator made by two-photon polymerization and vertically coupled to a side-polished optical fiberp. 356
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