12 March 2013 Chalcogenide glass planar photonics: from mid-IR sensing to 3-D flexible substrate integration
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Chalcogenide glasses, namely the amorphous compounds containing sulfur, selenium, and/or tellurium, have emerged as a promising material candidate for integrated photonics given their wide infrared transparency window, low processing temperature, almost infinite capacity for composition alloying, as well as high linear and nonlinear indices. Here we present the fabrication and characterization of chalcogenide glass based photonic devices integrated on silicon as well as on flexible polymer substrates for mid-IR sensing, optical interconnect and nonlinear optics applications.
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Hongtao Lin, Hongtao Lin, Lan Li, Lan Li, Yi Zou, Yi Zou, Okechukwu Ogbuu, Okechukwu Ogbuu, Sylvain Danto, Sylvain Danto, J. David Musgraves, J. David Musgraves, Kathleen Richardson, Kathleen Richardson, Juejun Hu, Juejun Hu, } "Chalcogenide glass planar photonics: from mid-IR sensing to 3-D flexible substrate integration", Proc. SPIE 8600, Laser Resonators, Microresonators, and Beam Control XV, 86000K (12 March 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2000683; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2000683
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