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Quantum Electronics Conference & Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO/IQEC/PACIFIC RIM), 2011

Date Aug. 28 2011-Sept. 1 2011

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  • Session list

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  • Table of contents

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  • Brief author index

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  • Detailed author index

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  • Frequently asked questions [using Adobe Reader for IQEC & CLEO conference CD proceedings]

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  • Welcome

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  • Plenary speakers

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    Provides an abstract of the plenary presentations and a brief professional biography of the presenters. The complete presentation was not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • Invited speakers

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    Provides an abstract of the invited presentations and a brief professional biography of the presenters. The complete presentation was not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • Quantum metrology — Optical atomic clocks and many-body physics

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    I will present the latest results of an optical atomic clock based on precision measurement performed on a quantum multi-particle system. View full abstract»

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  • Photonic networks beyond the next — Power-saving, security, and resilience

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    Today the transmission capacity per fiber has hit nearly its limit of 100 Tbit/s. For better quality of human life, in this talk I will address the other R&D issues of photonic networks; its power-saving, security, and resilience. View full abstract»

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  • Attosecond science: Symbiosis of electrons and light

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    The symbiosis of electrons and light forms the basis of life: The microscopic motion of electrons creates light which supplies our globe with life-giving energy from the sun. Electrons transform light into biological energy during photosynthesis and into biological signals endowing us with the capability of seeing the world around us. Upon their motion inside and between atoms electrons emit light, carry and process information in biological systems and man-made devices, create, destroy, or modify molecules and thereby affect biological function. Consequently, they are key players in physical, chemical or life sciences as well as information, industrial and medical technologies likewise. View full abstract»

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  • The National Ignition Facility and laser fusion energy

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    This talk provides an update of the NIC on the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the roadmap to demonstrate laser fusion as a viable source of baseload carbon-free energy. View full abstract»

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  • Space photonics: A new era of space instrumentation

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    Recent developments in astrophotonics herald a new era for ground-based astronomy. These technologies are now being extended and adapted to space-borne instrumentation over the coming decade. One of the revolutionary developments is the photonic integrated multimode microspectrograph (PIMMS) that greatly reduces the size of any spectrograph, independent of the telescope aperture, the slit aperture or the spectroscopic resolution of the instrument. We now extend these ideas to space instrumentation where a much broader spectral range can be explored. We are focusing our efforts on the extremes of the UV to mid-infrared (0.15-15μm) window that is increasingly becoming more accessible to photonic technologies. View full abstract»

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  • Observation of Purcell effect in a 3D photonic crystal nanocavity with a single quantum dot

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    We observed the Purcell effect in a three-dimensional photonic crystal nanocavity with a single quantum dot. The enhancement and suppression factors of the spontaneous emission rate are ~2 and 1.6, respectively. View full abstract»

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  • Diffraction engineering with braided modes in photonic crystal waveguide arrays

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    We consider discrete diffraction in coupled photonic crystal waveguides in a hexagonal lattice. We show that in these structures the (discrete) diffraction coefficient depends strongly on frequency and can even change sign. This behavior does not occur in photonic crystal waveguides in square lattices. This behavior is interesting in its own right and has intriguing consequences for the propagation of discrete spatial solitons. View full abstract»

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  • Computation of scattering matrices using a three dimensional finite element method

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    We have developed a three-dimensional vectorial finite element method (FEM) program which offers the flexibility to model 3D diffraction gratings with arbitrary geometry. The FEM satisfies the energy conservation relation and allows us to analyze periodic structures such as photonic crystals and metamaterials. View full abstract»

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  • Proposal and design of III-V/Si hybrid lasers with current injection across conductive wafer-bonded heterointerfaces

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    We propose three types of III-V/Si hybrid laser structures utilizing conductive wafer-bonded III-V/Si heterointerfaces. Our structures enable vertical current injection across the bonded heterinterfaces and therefore have advantages of lateral current confinement leading to higher quantum efficiencies and simpler fabrication without mesa etch or ion implantation in contrast to the previous lateral-current-injection III-V/Si hybrid lasers using SiO2-mediated wafer bonding. As a preliminary demonstration, we have fabricated InAs/GaAs quantum dot lasers on Si substrates with current injection across direct-bonded GaAs/Si Ohmic heterointerfaces. View full abstract»

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