Theory of slow light excitation in 1D photonic crystals

D. Yudistira, D.A.I. Marpaung, H.P. Handoyo, Hugo Hoekstra, Manfred Hammer, M.O. Tjia, A.A.P. Iskandar, A.A. Iskandar

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    Abstract

    Slow light (SL) states corresponding to wavelength regions near the bandgap edge of grated structures are known to show strong eld enhancement. Such states may be excited efciently by well-optimised adiabatic transitions in grating structures, e.g., by slowly turning on the modulation depth. To study adiabatic excitations, a detailed investigation in 1D is performed to obtain insight into the relation between the device parameters and properties like eld enhancement and modal reection. The results enable the design of an adiabatic device for efcient excitation of SL states in 1D, and may be the basis for further research on 2D and 3D photonic crystals.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings 2004 Ninth Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter
    Place of PublicationGhent, Belgium
    PublisherGhent University
    Pages45-48
    Number of pages4
    ISBN (Print)9076546061
    Publication statusPublished - 2 Dec 2004
    Event9th Annual Symposium IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2004 - Ghent, Belgium
    Duration: 2 Dec 20043 Dec 2004
    Conference number: 9

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    PublisherGhent University

    Conference

    Conference9th Annual Symposium IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2004
    CountryBelgium
    CityGhent
    Period2/12/043/12/04

    Keywords

    • IR-58199
    • METIS-219725

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    Yudistira, D., Marpaung, D. A. I., Handoyo, H. P., Hoekstra, H., Hammer, M., Tjia, M. O., ... Iskandar, A. A. (2004). Theory of slow light excitation in 1D photonic crystals. In Proceedings 2004 Ninth Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter (pp. 45-48). Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University.