Handbook of Silicon Photonics
Edited by Laurent Vivien, Lorenzo Pavesi
Taylor & Francis – 2013 – 851 pages
The development of integrated silicon photonic circuits has recently been driven by the Internet and the push for high bandwidth as well as the need to reduce power dissipation induced by high data-rate signal transmission. To reach these goals, efficient passive and active silicon photonic devices, including waveguide, modulators, photodetectors, multiplexers, light sources, and various subsystems, have been developed that take advantage of state-of-the-art silicon technology.
Suitable for both specialists and newcomers, Handbook of Silicon Photonics presents a coherent and comprehensive overview of this field from the fundamentals to integrated systems and applications. It covers a broad spectrum of materials and applications, emphasizing passive and active photonic devices, fabrication, integration, and the convergence with CMOS technology. The book’s self-contained chapters are written by international experts from academia and various photonics-related industries.
The handbook starts with the basics of silicon as an optical material. It then describes the building blocks needed to drive integrated silicon photonic circuits and explains how these building blocks are incorporated in complex photonic/electronic circuits. The book also presents applications of silicon photonics in numerous fields, including biophotonics and photovoltaics.
With many illustrations, including some in color, this handbook provides an up-to-date reference to the broad and rapidly changing area of silicon photonics. It shows how basic science and innovative technological applications are pushing the field forward.
"… a very useful reference for researchers and engineers involved in photonic device integration."
—Silvano Donati, Optics & Photonics News, December 2013
Group IV Materials
Erich Kasper, Michael Oehme, Matthias Bauer, Martin Kittler, Manfred Reiche, Osamu Nakatsuka, and Shigeaki Zaima
Guided Light in Silicon-Based Materials
Koji Yamada, Tai Tsuchizawa, Hiroshi Fukuda, Christian Koos, Joerg Pfeifle, Jens H. Schmid, Pavel Cheben, Przemek J. Bock, and Andrew P. Knights
Wim Bogaerts and Diedrik Vermeulen
Multichannel Silicon Photonic Devices
Ting Lei, Shaoqi Feng, Aimé Sayarath, Jun-Feng Song, Xianshu Luo, Guo-Qiang Lo, and Andrew W. Poon
Nonlinear Optics in Silicon
Ozdal Boyraz, Xinzhu Sang, Massimo Cazzanelli, and Yuewang Huang
Long-Wavelength Photonic Circuits
Goran Z. Mashanovich, Milan M. Milošević, Sanja Zlatanovic, Faezeh Gholami, Nikola Alic, Stojan Radic, Zoran Ikonic, Robert W. Kelsall, and Gunther Roelkens
Masaya Notomi, Kengo Nozaki, Shinji Matsuo, and Toshihiko Baba
Silicon-Based Light Sources
Aleksei Anopchenko, Alexei Prokofiev, Irina N. Yassievich, Stefano Ossicini, Leonid Tsybeskov, David J. Lockwood, Saba Saeed, Tom Gregorkiewicz, Maciek Wojdak, Jifeng Liu, and Al Meldrum
Delphine Marris-Morini, Richard A. Soref, David J. Thomson, Graham T. Reed, Rebecca K. Schaevitz, and David A.B. Miller
Jurgen Michel, Steven J. Koester, Jifeng Liu, Xiaoxin Wang, Michael W. Geis, Steven J. Spector, Matthew E. Grein, Jung U. Yoon, Theodore M. Lyszczarz, and Ning- Ning Feng
Hybrid and Heterogeneous Photonic Integration
Martijn J.R. Heck and John E. Bowers
Fabrication of Silicon Photonics Devices
Francisco López Royo
Convergence between Photonics and CMOS
Thierry Pinguet and Jean-Marc Fedeli
Silicon Photonics for Biology
Dan-Xia Xu, Siegfried Janz, Adam Densmore, André Delâge, Pavel Cheben, Jens H. Schmid, Ryan C. Bailey, Adam T. Heiniger, Qiang Lin, Philippe M. Fauchet, Qi Wang, and Yimin Chao
Mario Tucci, Massimo Izzi, Radovan Kopecek, Michelle McCann, Alessia Le Donne, Simona Binetti, Shujuan Huang, and Gavin Conibeer