Browsing by Subject "Photonics."

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  • Ma, Yangjin (University of Delaware, 2015)
    Silicon photonics has been intensively investigated in the past decade and has now become a promising platform for optical operations in light generation, routing, modulation and detection. One of the most important ...
  • Zou, Yi (University of Delaware, 2015)
    Chalcogenide glasses, namely the amorphous compounds containing sulfur, selenium, and/or tellurium, have emerged as a promising material candidate for integrated photonics given their wide infrared transparency window, ...
  • Yang, Shuyu (University of Delaware, 2015)
    Silicon photonics has attracted extensive attention in both academia and industry in recent years, as an enabling technology to address the exponentially increasing demands for communication bandwidth. It brings state-of-the-art ...
  • Li, Lan (University of Delaware, 2016)
    Flexible integrated photonics is a new technology that has only started to burgeon in the past few years, which enables a wide cross-section of emerging applications ranging from flexible optical interconnects to conformal ...
  • Eng, David (University of Delaware, 2015)
    Microwave photonics couples the abilities of microwave electronics for radar and wireless data distribution with fiber optics for low loss, lightweight, ultra-high bandwidth communications. Through electrical-to-optical ...
  • Yang, Yisu (University of Delaware, 2015)
    A critical problem in modern photonics is the optical isolation. An optical isolator allows light to pass through in one direction but blocks it in the other, thereby acting as the optical analogue of an electronic diode. ...
  • Ross, Dylan D. (University of Delaware, 2016)
    Modern RF antenna systems are being asked to address many simultaneous and pressing challenges, e.g., wide operational bandwidth, dynamic gain profiles, and conformal profiles. One way to address these is to develop a ...

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