OPTICS EAST 2006 | 1-4 OCTOBER 2006
Photonic Crystals and Photonic Crystal Fibers for Sensing Applications II
Editor(s): Henry H. Du, Ryan Bise

4 Sessions, 12 Papers, 0 Presentations
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1-4 October 2006
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Photonic Crystal Fiber I
Proc. SPIE 6369, Tapered photonic crystal fibers, 636902 (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Characterizations of photonic crystal fibers by using a full-vectorial finite element method, 636904 (18 October 2006);
Photonic Crystal Fiber II
Proc. SPIE 6369, Surface enhanced Raman scattering using metal modified microstructured optical fiber substrates, 636906 (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Long-period gratings in photonic crystal fibers for sensing of external refractive index change and macro-bending, 636908 (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Investigation of photonic-crystal-fiber-based long-period gratings with aqueous solution inclusions, 636909 (18 October 2006);
Photonic Crystal I
Proc. SPIE 6369, Optical properties and microstructures of colloidal crystalline arrays composed of titania nanosheets coated core-shell structured spheres, 63690A (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Mesoporous photonic crystals for sensor applications, 63690B (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Tuning stop band of soft opal film by deformation for strain sensing applications, 63690D (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Stimulated globular scattering and photonic flame effect: new nonlinear optics phenomena, 63690E (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Magnetic field sensors using magnetophotonic crystals, 63690G (18 October 2006);
Photonic Crystal II
Proc. SPIE 6369, Flexible bandwidth control of the single-mode guided band in a 2D photonic crystal coupled-cavity waveguide, 63690I (18 October 2006);
Proc. SPIE 6369, Exact solutions of planar photonic crystal waveguides with infinite claddings, 63690K (18 October 2006);
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