"e;a detailed, cognizant account of numerous crucial aspects of optical microring resonators"e; - Amr S. Helmy, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Toronto"e;an excellent choice for gaining an insight into the vast potential of microring resonators"e; - Jalil Ali, Professor, Laser Center ISI-SIR, University of Technology, Malaysia"e;a thorough treatment appeal[s] to a wide range of audiences"e; - L. Jay Guo, Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, The University of MichiganThe field of microring resonator research has seen tremendous growth over the past decade, with microring resonators now becoming a ubiquitous element in integrated photonics technology. This book fills the need for a cohesive and comprehensive treatment of the subject, given its importance and the proliferation of new research in the field. The expert author has as an introductory guide for beginners as well as a reference source for more experienced researchers. This book aims to fulfill this need by providing a concise and detailed treatment of the fundamental concepts and theories that underpin the various applications. To appeal to as wide a readership as possible, major areas of applications of microring resonators will also be covered in depth.
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Elements of an optical microring resonator
Dielectric optical waveguides
The vectorial wave equations
The Effective Index Method and solutions of the 1D slab waveguide
Optical modes in bent dielectric waveguides
Conformal transformation of bent waveguides
Resonant modes in microdisks and microrings
Full-vectorial analysis of bent waveguides
Coupling of waveguide modes in space
The coupled mode equations
Solution of the coupled mode equations
Fabrication of microring resonators
Analytical models of microring resonators
Resonance spectrum of an uncoupled microring resonator
Power coupling description of a microring resonator
The add-drop microring resonator
The all-pass microring resonator
Phase and group delay responses of a microring resonator
Energy coupling description of a microring resonator
Relationship between energy coupling and power coupling formalisms
Coupled microring optical filters
Periodic arrays of microring resonators
Periodic arrays of all-pass microring resonators
Periodic arrays of add-drop microring resonators
Arrays of serially coupled microring resonators
Transfer functions of coupled microring optical filters
Cascaded all-pass microring filters
Serially coupled microring filters
Energy coupling analysis of serially coupled microring filters
Energy coupling synthesis of serially coupled microring filters
Power coupling analysis of serially coupled microring filters
Power coupling synthesis of serially coupled microring filters
Parallel cascaded add-drop microring resonators
Parallel cascaded microring doublets
Two dimensional networks of coupled microring resonators
Energy coupling analysis of 2D CMR networks
Energy coupling synthesis of 2D CMR networks
Power coupling analysis of 2D CMR networks
Nonlinear optics applications of microring resonators
Nonlinearity in optical waveguides
Free carrier induced nonlinear effects
Wave propagation in a nonlinear optical waveguide
Free carrier induced nonlinear effects in an optical waveguide
Four wave mixing in a nonlinear optical waveguide
Optical bistability and instability in a nonlinear microring resonator
Self phase modulation and enhanced nonlinearity in a microring resonator
Bistability and self pulsation in a microring resonator
Free carrier effects and self pulsation in a microring resonator
All-optical switching in a nonlinear microring resonator
Enhanced nonlinear switching in a microring resonator
Self switching of a pulse in a nonlinear microring resonator
Pump-and-probe switching in a nonlinear microring resonator
Four wave mixing in a nonlinear microring resonator
Active photonic applications of microring resonators
Mechanisms for tuning microring resonators
The thermo-optic effect
The electro-optic effect
Free carrier disperion
Dynamic response of a microring modulator
Dynamic energy coupling model of a microring modulator
Large-signal response of a microring modulator
"This book provides a concise treatment of the theory, principle and techniques of microring resonator devices, and their applications in optical filters, sensors, laser, nonlinear optics, optomechanics and quantum optics. Including a detailed treatment of the theory and techniques for modeling and design of microring devices, the work is a handy and practical guide for graduate students and researchers who wish to familiarize themselves with the technology and acquire sufficient knowledge to enable the design and development of microring devices for their own applications."
- Optics & Photonics News (Jul 2017)
"This book gives a good snapshot on how to get started in microring resonators and their practical implications. Surely, an excellent choice for gaining an insight into the vast potential of MRRs."
- Jalil Ali, Professor, Laser Center ISI-SIR, University of Malaysia
"a thorough treatment of microring technology from basics to various applications, facilitated by the mathematical details, making the book appeal to a wide range of audiences from graduate students to experienced researchers who are interested in learning about and using microrings"
- L. Jay Guo, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, The University of Michigan
"a great reference for both researchers and students interested in using microring resonators"
- Dr. Sai Tak Chu, City University of Hong Kong
"The text provides a detailed, cognizant account of numerous crucial aspects of optical microring resonators.... Linear as well as nonlinear effects, active as well as passive structures are all addressed in this book."
- Amr S. Helmy, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Toronto
"This book gathers all the analytical tools for designing optical microring resonators. The exposition is clear, succinct, and self-contained. The book covers topics broader than microring resonators, like waveguides, filter design, nonlinear optics, and optical switches. It will meet the needs of those who want a quick introduction to any of these topics."
- Ping-Tong Ho, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland
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