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5 March 2021 Flexible photonics: transform rigid materials into mechanically flexible and optically functional systems
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As already done in electronics, passive and active photonic devices demand integration on flexible substrates for a broad spectrum of application ranging from optical interconnection to sensors for civil infrastructure and environments, to coherent and uncoherent light sources and functionalized coatings for integration on biological tissue. In this communication we will present some recent results concerning the fabrication of novel flexible optical layers by sol-gel and radio frequency sputtering deposition techniques. The perspective is to give a technological way to transform intrinsically rigid or brittle materials into a highly mechanically flexible and optically functional systems
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Alessandro Chiasera, Anna Szczurek, Lam Thi Ngoc Tran, Kamila Startek, Osman Saynger, Stefano Varas, Cristina Armellini, Andrea Chiappini, Alessandro Carpentiero, Daniele Zonta, Oreste S. Bursi, Roberta Ramponi, Monica Bollani, Francesco Scotognella, Guglielmo Macrelli, Justyna Krzak, Giancarlo C. Righini, Maurizio Ferrari, and Anna Lukowiak "Flexible photonics: transform rigid materials into mechanically flexible and optically functional systems", Proc. SPIE 11682, Optical Components and Materials XVIII, 116820Q (5 March 2021); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2577860
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