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19 February 2014Fano resonance membrane reflector surface-emitters and filters on silicon
We report here recent progresses made in the area of Fano resonance based single layer air hole photonic crystal membrane structures for surface-normal photonic devices. Ultra-compact membrane reflector surface emitters have been demonstrated on silicon substrate, with optical and electrical pumping. High Q Fano resonance optical filters were also realized with single and multi-layer stacking of crystalline nanomembranes. These structures can further be integrated for 3D multi-functional integrated photonic systems.