14 October 2005 Nanooptics for high efficient photon managment
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Optical systems for photon management, that is the generation of tailored electromagnetic fields, constitute one of the keys for innovation through photonics. An important subfield of photon management deals with the transformation of an incident light field into a field of specified intensity distribution. In this paper we consider some basic aspects of the nature of systems for those light transformations. It turns out, that the transversal redistribution of energy (TRE) is of central concern to achieve systems with high transformation efficiency. Besides established techniques nanostructured optical elements (NOE) are demanded to implement transversal energy redistribution. That builds a bridge between the needs of photon management, optical engineering, and nanooptics.
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Frank Wyrowski, Frank Wyrowski, Hagen Schimmel, Hagen Schimmel, } "Nanooptics for high efficient photon managment", Proc. SPIE 5962, Optical Design and Engineering II, 596202 (14 October 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.625391; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.625391
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