We report the first demonstration of a photonic-chip based laser frequency sensor using Brillouin mutually-modulated cross-gain modulation (MMXGM) in a 7cm long chalcogenide waveguide. A large sensitivity (9.45mrad/kHz) ...
We report the first demonstration of on-chip stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS). SBS is characterized in a chalcogenide (As2S 3) photonic chip where the measured Brillouin shift and full-width at half-maximum (FWHM) ...
We investigate the influence of local-field effects on the electromagnetic response of a collection of dipoles. We derive the local-field corrected static polarizability for a collection of dipoles in the case of a scatterer ...
We present a theoretical and numerical study of the optical binding and optical torque between two Rayleigh particles with arbitrary, complex, scalar dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability. We use a computational ...
We study, in time domain, the exchange of momentum between an electromagnetic pulse and a threedimensional, discrete, spherical invisibility cloak.We find that a discrete cloak, initially at rest, would experience an ...
First principles calculations have been used to predict the optical properties for a range of intermetallic compounds for which little or no experimental optical data are currently available. Density functional theory ...
The shape of nanostructure array is one of the important parameters for the nanobiosensor applications. In this paper, we focus on the optical properties of silver pentagram nanostructure arrays based on localized surface ...
Suspensions of mesoscale gold half-shells of controlled size were produced by microsphere-templated vapour deposition and their optical properties were studied. The transmission spectra of the particles exhibited an ...
We propose a novel way to trap and manipulate nano-objects above a dielectric substrate using an apertureless near-field probe. A combination of evanescent illumination and light scattering at the probe apex is used to ...
Rahmani, A; Chaumet, PC(Optical Society of America, 2006-01)
We show that the photonic confinement induced by a photonic crystal can be exploited to trap nanoparticles. As demonstrated by the recent advances in the design and fabrication of photonic crystals slab structures, total ...
Ji, Z; Cao, H; Ying, M(American Physical Soc, 2005-01)
This paper constructs a local operation and classical communication protocol that achieves the global optimality of conclusive discrimination of any two pure states with arbitrary a priori probability. This can be interpreted ...
Feng, Y; Duan, R; Ji, Z(American Physical Soc, 2006-01)
We examine dense coding with an arbitrary pure entangled state sharing between the sender and the receiver. Upper bounds on the average success probability in approximate dense coding and on the probability of conclusive ...
A2 circle times 2 unitary operation is called a perfect entangler if it can generate a maximally entangled state from some unentangled input. We study the following question: How many runs of a given two-qubit entangling ...
Deller, CA; Franklin, J(Australian Institute of Physics, 2005-01)
Transparent Refractive Index Matched Micro-particles (TRIMM) in polymer rods are highly efficient light mixers. This paper addressess the problem of estimating the optimum length fr the mixing rods, for a given TRIMM-to-matrix ...
Chahine Khaled; Ballico Mark; Reizes John; Madadnia Jafar(Springer Netherlands, 2008)
Design modifications are presented for a 289-mm long, 25.4-mm inner diameter blackbody heater element of a 48 kW Thermogage blackbody furnace, based on (i) cutting a small â¿¿heater zoneâ¿¿ into the ends of the tube and ...