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29 December 2003 Two-dimensional photonic crystal microlasers
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The general objective of this presentation is to demonstrate the great potential of two dimensional (2D) Photonic Crystals (PC) based on InP-membranes bonded onto silica on silicon substrates, with a special emphasis on the development of various classes of 2D PC microlasers. The basic building block consists in an InP (and related material) membrane including a 2D PC formed by a lattice of holes : the membrane is bonded onto low index material,e.g. silica on silicon substrate, in the prospect of heterogeneous integration with silicon based microelectronics. Examples of devices will be presented, specifically micro-lasers based on 2D PC micro-cavities as well as on 2D in plane and surface emitting Bloch modes (2D Distributed-Feed-Back micro-laser).
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Pierre Viktorovitch, Christelle Monat, J. Mouette, Christian Seassal, Xavier Letartre, Pedro Rojo-Romeo, Marine Le Vassor d'Yerville, David Cassagne, Jean-Paul Albert, E. Jalaguier, S. Pocas, and B. Aspar "Two-dimensional photonic crystal microlasers", Proc. SPIE 5184, Physics, Theory, and Applications of Periodic Structures in Optics II, (29 December 2003);


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