Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM

R.M. de Ridder, W.C.L. Hopman, Remco Stoffer, Kees van der Werf

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Abstract

Transmission scanning near-field optical microscopy (T-SNOM) is a recently introduced method for imaging optical intensity distributions in dielectric waveguiding structures, with a resolution below the diffraction limit. It is in particular suitable for mapping out standing-wave patterns in resonators. Application of the method to a Fabry-Perot-like cavity in a line-defect waveguide in a photonic crystal slab is demonstrated. Two different two-dimensional models have been used to verify that the T-SNOM image is a good representation of the optical intensity distribution in the resonator.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationProceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007
Place of PublicationCopenhagen
PublisherTechnical University Denmark
PagesFA4
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)not assigned
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2007
Event13th European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007 - Copenhagen, Netherlands
Duration: 25 Apr 200727 Apr 2007
Conference number: 13

Publication series

Name
PublisherTechnical University Denmark
NumberLNCS4549

Conference

Conference13th European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007
Abbreviated titleECIO
CountryNetherlands
CityCopenhagen
Period25/04/0727/04/07

Keywords

  • IOMS-PCS: PHOTONIC CRYSTAL STRUCTURES
  • METIS-241922
  • EWI-11099
  • IR-64360

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de Ridder, R. M., Hopman, W. C. L., Stoffer, R., & van der Werf, K. (2007). Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007 (pp. FA4). Copenhagen: Technical University Denmark.
de Ridder, R.M. ; Hopman, W.C.L. ; Stoffer, Remco ; van der Werf, Kees. / Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM. Proceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007. Copenhagen : Technical University Denmark, 2007. pp. FA4
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de Ridder, RM, Hopman, WCL, Stoffer, R & van der Werf, K 2007, Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM. in Proceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007. Technical University Denmark, Copenhagen, pp. FA4, 13th European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007, Copenhagen, Netherlands, 25/04/07.

Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM. / de Ridder, R.M.; Hopman, W.C.L.; Stoffer, Remco; van der Werf, Kees.

Proceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007. Copenhagen : Technical University Denmark, 2007. p. FA4.

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de Ridder RM, Hopman WCL, Stoffer R, van der Werf K. Mapping the field distribution of a resonator in a photonic crystal slab, using transmission SNOM. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Integrated Optics, ECIO 2007. Copenhagen: Technical University Denmark. 2007. p. FA4