Organic Photonic Materials and Devices XVI

12 Sessions, 30 Papers, 0 Presentations
Front Matter  (1)
OPV  (1)
Biophotonics  (2)
Proceedings Volume 8983 is from: Logo
1-6 February 2014
San Francisco, California, United States
Front Matter
Proc. SPIE 8983, Front Matter: Volume 8983, 898301 (25 March 2014);
Nonlinear Optics I
Proc. SPIE 8983, Optimization of the electronic third-order nonlinearity of cyanine-like molecules for all optical switching, 898303 (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Second-order nonlinear susceptibilities in nonelectrically poled DR1PMMA guest-host polymers, 898304 (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Surface-plasmon-enhanced third-order harmonic generation of organic materials, 898305 (7 March 2014);
Nonlinear Optics II
Proc. SPIE 8983, Second harmonic generation at liquid interface: molecular organization, supramolecular assemblies, and chirality, 898307 (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Progress of OLED devices with high efficiency at high luminance, 89830C (7 March 2014);
Fiber and Waveguide
Proc. SPIE 8983, Optical properties of sulfur copolymers for infrared applications, 89830D (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Multidirectional waveguide arrays in a planar architecture, 89830E (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Longitudinal versus transversal excitation in doped graded-index polymer optical fibers, 89830G (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Proteins detection by polymer optical fibers sensitised with overlayers of block and random copolymers, 89830I (7 March 2014);
Nano Photonic
Proc. SPIE 8983, Laser inscription of surface structures and induction of optical anisotropy in azo-benzene substituted photochromic polymers and other systems, 89830L (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Epitaxial growth of a methoxy-functionalized organic semiconductor on dielectric surfaces, 89830M (7 March 2014);
Pattern Formation
Proc. SPIE 8983, Fully updatable holographic stereogram display device based on organic monolithic compound, 89830O (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Numerical studies on self-organized liquid crystal micro photonic systems, 89830P (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Photorefractive device using self-assembled monolayer coated indium-tin-oxide electrodes, 89830Q (7 March 2014);
Absorption and Excitation
Proc. SPIE 8983, Two-photon solvatochromism of 4-dimethylamino-4'-nitrostilbene (DANS), 89830R (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Random lasing in liquid and solid solutions oversaturated with organic laser dye, 89830V (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Polymeric waveguide Fabry Perot resonators, 89830W (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Efficient small-molecule photovoltaic cells using nanostructured template, 898310 (21 March 2014);
EO-Polymer Devices
Proc. SPIE 8983, All-Polymer modulator for high frequency low drive voltage applications, 898316 (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Bio-hybrid integrated system for wide-spectrum solar energy harvesting, 89831D (7 March 2014);
Poster Session
Proc. SPIE 8983, Triphenylamine-based acrylate polymers for photorefractive composite, 89831E (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, FDTD analysis of photonic nanojet from self-organized liquid crystal microsystems, 89831F (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Diffraction can mimic saturation in multiphoton absorbers, 89831H (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Surface charge measurements and (dis)charging dynamics of organic semiconductors in various media using optical tweezers, 89831N (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Sustainable UV-curable low refractive index resins with novel polymers for polymer cladding materials, 89831O (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Synthesis and electro-optic properties of the chromophore-containing NLO polyarylate polymers, 89831P (7 March 2014);
Proc. SPIE 8983, Design of Mach-Zehnder interference modulators composed of enhanced electro-optic active polymers, 89831Q (7 March 2014);
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