Silicon & Diamond photonics

08.03.2016 Silicon photonics
Silicon is the material of choice for the microelectronics industry. However, recent developments of the engineering of the optical properties of silicon have made it a very interesting material for optical signal processing. Additionally, Silicon photonics is CMOS compatible which enables the possibility to exploit the mature technology of the microlelectronics industry and to co-integrate optical and microlelectronics processing. Thus, silicon integrated photonics could pave the way to very high-data rate and cheap optical transmitter and receiver modules for the mass market of the internet, data centers and even for chip-to-chip and on-chip communications. At the same time, the confinement of the waves and the mix with other materials have led to very interesting properties which enable integrated frequency combs, optical signal processing, strong reduction of the interaction length and a lot of other very new applications. We have assembled a fantastic programme of speakers who will give an overview and an insight into this very exciting field of research.


09.03.2016  Diamond Nanophotonics
Diamond – is this the material of the next decades? It possesses remarkable physical and chemical properties, high mechanical hardness, large Young´s module and high thermal conductivity. But now it enters also the quantum optics´ stage! Diamond is transparent from the ultraviolet to the infrared spectral range, has a high refractive index and it may contain a variety of defect centers. These properties make diamond a very interesting material for many applications, especially exciting is the field of quantum information and quantum optics. In the center of these modern applications are color centers, mainly nitrogen-vacancy and silicon-vacancy single centers suitable for single photon operation and manipulation. In this workshop, top level presentations will be given on the fields of diamond wafer production, quantum optics in diamond, diamond nanostructures, diamond and metrology, integration of defect centers in diamond, light and matter interactions and the interfacing of color centers in diamond.

Flyer zum Download

Referenten:

  • Juerg Leuthold Institute of Electromagnetic Fields, ETH-Zürich,Switzerland
  • Wolfgang Freude Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Karslruhe
  • Avi Zadok Bar-Ilan University , Ramat Gan, Israel
  • Thibaut Sylvestre Femto-st SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGIES Besancon, France
  • Stefan Meister Institut für Optik und Atomare Physik, TU-Berlin
  • Christian Schaeffer Helmut Schmidt Universität, Hamburg
  • Klaus-J. Boller University of Twente, Enschede
  • Thomas Schneider Institut für Hochfrequenztechnik, TU-Braunschweig
  • Kambiz Jamshidi Institut für Nachrichtentechnik, TU-Dresden
  • Christoph Becher Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken
  • Elke Neu Universität des Saarlandes
  • Matthias Schreck Universität Augsburg
  • Stephan Götzinger FA Universität Erlangen
  • Stefan Kück PTB: Brunswick
  • Oliver Benson Institut für Physik Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

 

 

« Zurück zur Übersicht

Logo PhotonicNet GmbH

Datum
08.03.2016 - 09.03.2016
10:00 Uhr - 15:00 Uhr

Stadt
Braunschweig

Veranstaltungsort
Haus der Kulturen Braunschweig e.V.

Veranstalter
PhotonicNet GmbH
Garbsener Landstraße 10, D 30419 Hannover

Telefon
+49 (0)511-277-1640

Fax
+49 (0)511-277-1650

E-Mail
veranstaltung(at)photonicnet.de

Preis (zzgl. MwSt.)
Nicht-Mitglied: 260,00 €
Mitglieder: 210,00 €

Die Anmeldefrist für diese Veranstaltung ist leider schon vorbei.