a volume in the Interface Transmission Tutorial Book
series, describes the science of photonic transmission properties of the interfaces of composite materials systems and devices. The book's authors review the general analysis methods of interface transmission, give many examples, and apply these methods to photonic applications. Applications discussed include photonic crystals, materials, devices and circuits.
- Offers a unique approach on photonics from the interfacial transmission point-of-view
- Reviews the interface transmission properties of composite materials for photonics applications
- Authored by world-leading experts on interface transmission
Professor Leonard Dobrzynski obtained his Diploma d' Etudes Physics and his Doctorate from the University Paris, France.He started his professional career at the National Centre for Scientific Research, University of California, Irvine, followed by the National Center for Scientific Research, Grenoble and Lille, France. Further he became research director in Lille and Madrid, Maitre de Conferences FUPL, Lille, and Professor of Physics at the Federation University and Polytechnique de Lille. Since 2008 he has been Emeritus Research Director. He is a recipient of the Prix Special, Society des Sciences, Lille, and a member of the Society Francaise Physique, Society Europeenne de Physique. He is Editor of the journal Surface Science Reports, Editor of Handbook of Surfaces and Interfaces, and co-author of Surface Phonons and Polaritons. He has published 251 articles in international scientific journals.
Part One Photonic paths
1 Open loop 2 Closed loop 3 Path states 4 Open loop examples 5 Closed loop examples 6 Closed loop and stubs 7 Eigenfunction rules 8 General wave perspectives
Part Two Photonic circuits
9 Electromagnetic induced transparency, induced absorption, and Fano resonances in photonic circuits 10 Photonic demultiplexers based on Fano and induced transparency resonances 11 Photonic monomode circuits: comb structures 12 Serial loop structures: photonic bandgaps, con¿ned, cavity, and surface modes 13 Fibonacci loop structures: bandgaps, power law, scaling law, con¿ned and surface modes 14 One-dimensional photonic waveguide for ¿ltering and demultiplexing 15 Silicon nanowires and nanopillars for photovoltaic 16 Transmission line photonic crystals: a comparison of Green's formalism, lumped circuit element model, and ¿nite element method
Part Three Photonic materials
17 Interface response function in layered photonic materials 18 Optical Tamm states in semiin¿nite layered photonic crystals 19 Optical waves in ¿nite layered photonic crystals 19 Optical waves in ¿nite layered photonic crystals 20 Omnidirectional bandgaps and selective transmission in layered photonic crystals 21 Layered photonic crystals with left-handed materials 22 Superluminal, negative delay times and selective transmission in isotropic-anisotropic layered media 23 Multilayered structures based one dimensional photonic crystals for MEMS applications