Advanced Fabrication of Single-Mode and Multi-Wavelength MIR-QCLs
AbstractIn this article we present our latest work on the optimization of mid-infrared quantum cascade laser fabrication techniques. Our efforts are focused on low dissipation devices, broad-area high-power photonic crystal lasers, as well as multi-wavelength devices realized either as arrays or multi-section distributed feedback (DFB) devices. We summarize our latest achievements and update them with our most recent results. View Full-Text
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Süess, M.J.; Peretti, R.; Liang, Y.; Wolf, J.M.; Bonzon, C.; Hinkov, B.; Nida, S.; Jouy, P.; Metaferia, W.; Lourdudoss, S.; Beck, M.; Faist, J. Advanced Fabrication of Single-Mode and Multi-Wavelength MIR-QCLs. Photonics 2016, 3, 26.
Süess MJ, Peretti R, Liang Y, Wolf JM, Bonzon C, Hinkov B, Nida S, Jouy P, Metaferia W, Lourdudoss S, Beck M, Faist J. Advanced Fabrication of Single-Mode and Multi-Wavelength MIR-QCLs. Photonics. 2016; 3(2):26.Chicago/Turabian Style
Süess, Martin J.; Peretti, Romain; Liang, Yong; Wolf, Johanna M.; Bonzon, Christopher; Hinkov, Borislav; Nida, Selamnesh; Jouy, Pierre; Metaferia, Wondwosen; Lourdudoss, Sebastian; Beck, Mattias; Faist, Jérôme. 2016. "Advanced Fabrication of Single-Mode and Multi-Wavelength MIR-QCLs." Photonics 3, no. 2: 26.
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