Integrated Silicon Photonics provides an introduction to optical confinement and waveguide constraints for a planar CMOS-compatible platform, followed by a review of the performance criteria for key passive/active planar devices, materials science or device physics insights for their chip integration, and leading-edge device designs and performance achievements.
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Design of Photonic Integrated Devices and Circuits provides learners with approaches for designing photonic integrated devices and circuits using available photonic design automation tools, and how the essential building blocks, such as various passive and active devices, are combined to form various photonic integrated circuits.
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There are two modules within Photonic Materials and Devices:
PMD1 - Fundamentals
PMD2 - Materials and Passive Devices
They can be used individually, or in sequence.
Below is a complete description of the modules.
Here you can find the seven parts of the M1- Fundamentals module (files PMD1.1-PMD1.7), as well as a folder that includes all seven sections (PMD1).
Information Evolution and Integrated Photonics
Multicore chip evolution
Metal line delay and photonics for data transfer
PIC technology timeline forecast
Optics and the Wave Equation
Polarizability model for dielectric constant
Bands and Bonds
Atomic bonding and optical, thermal, mechanical property trends
Bandstructure, band gap, and effective mass
Thin-film strain design
Structural and thermal properties
Case study: materials design for fiber-optic systems
WDM optical communications link
Dispersion/attenuation limited link design
Attenuation-limited versus dispersion-limited optical link
Advanced modulation formats
WDM Device Components
Principal device components for a WDM capacity optical link