Special Issue "New Materials and Processing Methods for Microstructured Optical Fibres"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2014)
Dr. Stavros Pissadakis
Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL), N. Plastira 100, Vasilika Vouton 70013, Greece
Fax: +30 2810 391318
Prof. Dr. Kyriakos Kalli
Nanophotonics Research Laboratory, Dept. of Electrical Engineering / Computer Engineering and Informatics, Cyprus University of Technology, (33 Saripolou Street, EEIT Building, 4th floor), P.O.Box 50329, Lemessos 3603, Cyprus
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- New Materials and Microstructured Optical Fibres Drawing/Growth Techniques
- Soft glasses and crystalline materials for microstructured optical fibre drawing
- Multi-component glasses optical fibres
- Nanomaterials with tailored optical/physical and affinity properties for specialty optical fibres, including carbon related materials
- Materials growth techniques inside microstructured optical fibres
- Random geometry/aperiodic microstructured optical fibres
- Novel Processing Methods
- Laser, Chemical and Lithographic techniques for structuring microstructured optical fibres
- Advanced infusion and infiltration techniques
- Biological, chemical and medical sensors
- Sensors for harsh environments
- Terahertz related sensing applications
- Non-linear switching and laser emission devices
- Optofluidics, Acoustics, Optomechanics