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ОбложкаLight localisation and lasing: random and quasi-random photonic structures / ed. by M.Ghulinyan, L.Pavesi. - Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 2015. - xiv, 246 p.: ill., tab. - Bibliogr.: p. 215-241. - Ind.: p.243-246. - ISBN 978-1-107-03877-6
Шифр: (И/З.85-L71) 02
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
List of contributors ........................................... ix
Preface ........................................................ xi


1  Light propagation and emission in complex photonic media ..... 1
   WILLEM L. VOS, AD LAGENDIJK, AND ALLARD P. MOSK
   1.1  General overview ........................................ 1
   1.2  Light in complex photonic media ......................... 3
        1.2.1  Random media ..................................... 3
        1.2.2  Photonic band gap crystals ....................... 7
        1.2.3  Waveguides and coupled cavities .................. 7
        1.2.4  Quasicrystals and aperiodic media ................ 7
   1.3  Shaping wavefronts in complex media ..................... 8
   1.4  Unified view of complex media: photonic interaction
        strength ............................................... 10

2  Transport of localized waves via modes and channels ......... 13
   ZHOU SHI AND AZRIEL GENACK
   2.1  Introduction ........................................... 13
   2.2  Analogies between transport of electrons and
        classical waves ........................................ 15
   2.3  Modes .................................................. 22
   2.4  Lasing in localized modes .............................. 34
   2.5  Channels ............................................... 41
   2.6  Focusing ............................................... 49
   2.7  Conclusion ............................................. 52

3  Modes structure and interaction in random lasers ............ 54
   MARCO LEONETTI AND CEFE LÓPEZ
   3.1  From lasers to random lasers ........................... 54
   3.2  Random lasing regimes .................................. 56
        3.2.1  Diffusive random lasers ......................... 56
        3.2.2  Mode structures in random lasers ................ 59
        3.2.3  Anderson localization ........................... 59
        3.2.4  Lucky photons ................................... 60
        3.2.5  Localized modes ................................. 61
   3.3  Tuning emission from a macroscopic random laser ........ 63
   3.4  Driving modes of a microscopic random laser ............ 66
        3.4.1  Fluctuations .................................... 67
        3.4.2  Local mode selection ............................ 70
   3.5  Collective random lasing regimes ....................... 71
   3.6  Applications and perspectives .......................... 77

4  Ordered and disordered light transport in coupled microring
   resonators .................................................. 80
   SHAYAN MOOKHERJEA
   4.1  Introduction ........................................... 80
   4.2  Optical microring chains ............................... 82
        4.2.1  Experimental details ............................ 84
   4.3  From ordered transport to disorder-induced bandwidth
        collapse ............................................... 85
   4.4  Statistical measurements of light transport in the
        intermediate regime .................................... 89
        4.4.1  Intensity statistics ............................ 93
        4.4.2  Time statistics ................................. 95
   4.5  Summary ................................................ 97

5  One-dimensional photonic quasicrystals ...................... 99
   MHER GHULINYAN
   5.1  Introduction ........................................... 99
        5.1.1  In between perfect periodicity and complete
               randomness ..................................... 100
   5.2  ID quasiperiodicity: Fibonacci chain .................. 101
   5.3  Photons in a ID optical potential ..................... 103
   5.4  Photons in a ID quasiperiodic potential ............... 108
        5.4.1  Electronic energy spectrum of ID Fibonacci
               quasicrystals .................................. 109
        5.4.2  Energy spectrum of ID photonic Fibonacci
               quasicrystals .................................. 109
        5.4.3  Origin of band-edge states and pseudo band
               gaps ........................................... 119

6  2D pseudo-random and deterministic aperiodic lasers ........ 130
   HUI CAO, HEESO NOH, AND LUCA DAL NEGRO
   6.1  Introduction .......................................... 130
   6.2  Overview .............................................. 131
   6.3  Pseudo-random laser ................................... 133
   6.4  Optimization of structural aperiodicity for lasing .... 138
   6.5  Conclusions and future prospects ...................... 143

7  Three-dimensional photonic quasicrystals and deterministic
   aperiodic structures ....................................... 146
   ALEXANDRA LEDERMANN, MICHAEL RENNER, AND GEORG VON
   FREYMANN
   7.1  Classification ........................................ 147
        7.1.1  Quasi-periodic Fourier spectra ................. 148
        7.1.2  Non quasi-periodic Fourier spectra ............. 151
        7.1.3  Mode structure ................................. 152
        7.1.4  Density of states and band structure ........... 153
   7.2  Generation of three-dimensional point-sets ............ 154
        7.2.1  Quasiperiodic pattern .......................... 154
        7.2.2  3D aperiodic point-sets from mathematical
               sequences ...................................... 162
   7.3  Fabrication ........................................... 163
        7.3.1  One-and two-dimensional photonic structures .... 164
        7.3.2  Three-dimensional photonic structures .......... 164
        7.3.3  Direct laser writing ........................... 166
   7.4  Examples .............................................. 167
        7.4.1  High quality SU-8 icosahedral photonic
               quasicrystals .................................. 167
        7.4.2  Rhombicuboctahedral quasicrystals .............. 172
        7.4.3  Deterministic aperiodic structures ............. 177

8  Cavity quantum electrodynamics with three-dimensional
   photonic band gap crystals ................................. 180
   WILLEM L. VOS AND LÉON A. WOLDERING
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 180
   8.2  Theory ................................................ 183
        8.2.1  Spontaneous emission control ................... 183
        8.2.2  The local density of optical states ............ 184
        8.2.3  Quantum efficiency of the emitters and degree
               of cQED control ................................ 185
        8.2.4  Beyond weak coupling ........................... 188
   8.3  Ultimate tools for 3D photonic band gap cavity QED .... 189
        8.3.1  Requirements for 3D photonic band gap
               crystals ....................................... 189
        8.3.2  Optical signature of a 3D photonic band gap .... 191
        8.3.3  Inverse opals .................................. 193
        8.3.4  Diamond-like photonic crystals ................. 196
        8.3.5  Woodpiles ...................................... 196
        8.3.6  Inverse woodpiles .............................. 201
        8.3.7  Other diamond-like structures .................. 203
   8.4  Cavity quantum electrodynamics ........................ 204
        8.4.1  Inhibited spontaneous emission in a 3D
               photonic band gap .............................. 204
        8.4.2  Emission in a nanobox for light ................ 207
        8.4.3  Laser action in 3D photonic crystal
               nanocavities ................................... 208
        8.4.4  Ultrafast all-optical switching of 3D
               photonic band gap crystals ..................... 209
   8.5  Applications and prospects ............................ 211
   8.6  Summary ............................................... 213
   References ................................................. 215

Index ......................................................... 243

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