PIERS 2019 in Xiamen
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PIERS 2019 in Xiamen, China, 17-20 December, 2019

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PIERS2019 Xiamen Focus/Special Sessions  
SC3: Electro-optic Materials for Tunable Photonic Devices
Organized by Prof. Huihui Lu (Jinan University) and Prof. Maria-Pilar Bernal (Femto-ST Insitute, CNRS)
 
Session's Information:
Tunable optical and photonic devices based on electro-optic materials are playing key roles in current optical communication networks (especially in high-speed tunability and modulation), optical sensors, and medical optical devices. Extensive research continues to be carried out to improve their performance and functionality, to reduce their size and cost, as well as to bring the new physic phenomena and functionalities. Areas of research that are particularly tunable include modulators, switches, tunable filters, beam deflector, ultrasensitive sensor, etc., as well as material research in lithium niobate (bulk and thin film), electro-optic polymer, 2D materials (graphene, TMDs, etc.), III-V semiconductors, BaTiO3, SBN, liquid crystals and nano-particles for enabling innovative photonic devices. There is also significant activity in developing components in lightwave circuits, which will ultimately reduce manufacturing cost while integrating multiple tunable functions on a single chip.
 
Organizer's Information:

  • Prof. Huihui Lu
    Jinan University

  • Prof. Maria-Pilar Bernal
    Femto-ST Insitute, CNRS

   
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