Special Issue "Silicon Nanophotonics"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2016)
Prof. Dr. Matthieu Roussey
The dream of building low-loss, low-consumption, fast and small devices that manipulate light in fully-integrated circuits is becoming more and more feasible with regards to the incredible advances made in Silicon Photonics and Nanophotoncis over the past few decades.
The scope of this Special Issue of Materials is dedicated to “Silicon Nanophotonics”. Such a large topic covers areas as varied as optical telecommunications, data centers, high-performance computing, medical applications, sensing and bio-sensing, space and aeronautics, energy harvesting, light emitters, and detectors.
An important part of the topic also concerns the tools and the techniques we develop in terms of design, fabrication, and characterization of the different nano-components. Silicon is usually not the only material involved in the devices, and heterogeneous integration platforms are already playing a key role in the domain: research studies have focused on the integration of, for example, Ge, III/V semiconductors, and other thin films on silicon nanophotonic devices, as well as efforts to utilize nanostructures fabricated on silicon-on-insulator, silicon-on-oxidized silicon, amorphous silicon, etc.
It is a pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript for this Special Issue. Full-length research manuscripts, short communications, and reviews are welcome.
Prof. Seppo Honkanen
Dr. Matthieu Roussey
Dr. Antti Säynätjoki
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- Integrated optics
- Micro- and nanotechnology
- Micro- and nanofabrication