The scope of the course is to provide state of the art information in the field of advanced devices for photonics and optical communication. The course focuses on the theory and application of optical microresonators for wavelength selection and routing, for switching and for high-speed modulation. Also design and manufacturing of integrated optics devices based on these resonators for use in optical communication networks will be discussed. In particular, micro-ring- and micro-disk resonators, Fabry-Perot resonators and photonic bang-gap structures will be addressed. At a more basic level, some lectures will be devoted to promising phenomena that allow new applications in photonics, such as entangled pairs generation and use of single quantum dot emission in a cavity. Other lectures treat technology related aspects of hybrid integration of organic and inorganic materials in complex photonic structures that eventually could lead to Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) photonics. The summer school is supported by a team of European research institutes collaborating in the framework of an Information Science and Technology Research Contract (NAIS) funded by the European Community. Scientists from these institutes will provide one part of the invited lecturers. In addition, other renowned lecturers are chosen to present their results in the field of interest of the course.
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|Titolo:||International School of Quantum Electronics - 39th Course - Summer School “Microresonators as building blocks for VLSI photonics”|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2003|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||14g Organizzazione di convegni|