12 June 2007 Future prospects for silicon photonics
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The field of Silicon Photonics has gained a significant amount of momentum in recent years. Announcements of high speed modulators and cost-efficient light sources in the Silicon-on-insulator material system have helped to make Silicon Photonics a viable contender as a low-cost active photonic platform. As a pioneer in the field, the University of Surrey continues to investigate the prospects of silicon photonics. Herein we present a summary of our work on several key areas such as ion implanted grating devices, high-speed modulators, switches and ring resonators. We conclude with a discussion on an advanced fabrication technique, proton beam writing.
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William R. Headley, William R. Headley, Graham T. Reed, Graham T. Reed, Goran Z. Mashanovich, Goran Z. Mashanovich, Branislav Timotijevic, Branislav Timotijevic, Frederic Y. Gardes, Frederic Y. Gardes, David Thomson, David Thomson, Pengyuan Yang, Pengyuan Yang, Ee-Jin Teo, Ee-Jin Teo, Daniel J. Blackwood, Daniel J. Blackwood, Mark B. H. Breese, Mark B. H. Breese, Andrew A. Bettiol, Andrew A. Bettiol, Peter Waugh, Peter Waugh, } "Future prospects for silicon photonics", Proc. SPIE 6593, Photonic Materials, Devices, and Applications II, 65931I (12 June 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.736867; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.736867
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