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12 April 2005 All-organic and organic-silicon photonic ring micro-resonators
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Organic electro-optic materials offer exceptional processability (both from solution and the gas phase) that permit fabrication of flexible and conformal device structures and the integration of organic materials with a wide range of disparate materials. In addition, organic electro-optical materials have fundamental response times that are in the terahertz region, and useable electro-optic coefficients that are approaching 300 pm/V (at telecommunication wavelengths). In addition to fabrication by traditional lithographic methods, multiple devices on a single wafer have been fabricated by soft and nano-imprint lithography. In this presentation, we review the fabrication and performance evaluation of a number of all-organic and organic-silicon photonic ring microresonator devices. Both electrical and thermal tuning of devices, including both single and multiple ring micro-resonators, are demonstrated.
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Antao Chen, Larry Dalton, Travis Sherwood, Alex K.-Y. Jen, Payam Rabiei, William Steier, Yanyi Huang, George T. Paloczi, Joyce K. S. Poon, Axel Scherer, and Amnon Yariv "All-organic and organic-silicon photonic ring micro-resonators", Proc. SPIE 5708, Laser Resonators and Beam Control VIII, (12 April 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.609082
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